The artwork seen on the banner for iOS 8 at WWDC 2014 has been discovered on stock photo site GreenBox Art, revealing where Apple sourced the image. "Water Rays" artwork by Christopher Ross Titled "Water Rays", the apparent photo was taken by artist Christopher Ross, who is noted as being the principal photographer for National ...continue reading Apparent Artwork From iOS 8 Banner Found on Stock Photo Site [Mac Blog]

Earlier today, a thread appeared on the Reddit Mac community claiming to share a set of four blurry photos of OS X 10.10. The poster, using a throwaway account, claimed to have taken the photos himself at Apple headquarters in Cupertino, but did not offer any further details on how he was able to gain ...continue reading Alleged OS X 10.10 with Control Center, Visual Tweaks, and More Shown in Blurry Photos

Apple, always a notoriously secretive company, has kept the rumor mill going on overdrive for months about what may be in store at this year's Worldwide Developers Conference, which runs June 2-6 in San Francisco. Ahead of the conference, Apple put at least one big rumor to rest by announcing its plans to acquire Beats ...continue reading What to expect at the 2014 Apple Worldwide Developers Conference – CBS News

After a quiet winter and spring, Apple will unveil its first new products of the year Monday, June 2, at its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco. While a big surprise is always possible with Apple, expectations are best kept subdued. Unless the company has achieved its best leak control in years, nothing crazy seems imminent. Watchers are mostly ...continue reading What to expect from Apple's big event tomorrow – Quartz

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Nicole Martinelli (8:25 pm PDT, Jun 1st) Thomas Middleditch as Richard Hendriks in HBO’s Silicon Valley. There’s an ongoing question in hit comedy show Silicon Valley: do you have to be a jerk to succeed? For the entire first season of Mike Judge’s HBO comedy about the new economy gold rush, it’s been Steve vs. ...continue reading Silicon Valley season finale: All about Steve

Alex Heath (7:43 pm PDT, Jun 1st) Apple’s first keynote of the year is taking place tomorrow morning to kick off its annual Worldwide Developers Conference. App Store developers from around the world started arriving in San Francisco over the weekend for the week-long conference. At event registration today in the Moscone Center, Apple gave each dev with ...continue reading Line forms for WWDC keynote tomorrow as developers flock to San Francisco

After a quiet winter and spring, Apple will unveil its first new products of the year Monday, June 2, at its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco. While a big surprise is always possible with Apple, expectations are best kept subdued. Unless the company has achieved its best leak control in years, nothing crazy seems imminent. Watchers are mostly ...continue reading WWDC preview What to expect from Apple's big event tomorrow – Quartz

Apple Inc. AAPL -0.37% Apple Inc. U.S.: Nasdaq $633.00 -2.38 -0.37% May 30, 2014 4:00 pm Volume (Delayed 15m) : 19.82M AFTER HOURS $633.40 +0.40 +0.06% May 30, 2014 7:59 pm Volume (Delayed 15m): 328,063 P/E Ratio 15.04 Market Cap $545.25 Billion Dividend Yield 2.08% Rev. per Employee $2,185,850 06/01/14 Advice to Microsoft's Satya Na... ...continue reading Apple’s Latest Offering Explores the Great Indoors – Wall Street Journal

The aftershocks from Apple’s $3-billion purchase of Beats are still rattling the music industry. The company, which was founded by rap mogul Dr. Dre and music producer Jimmy Iovine, is perhaps best known for its headphones. But its music streaming business is what Apple wants, notes Quartz’s tech editor Dan Frommer. Linking Beats’ music service to iTunes’ 800 million accounts clearly ...continue reading Pandora doesn't think Apple and Beats are a threat – Quartz