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Apple’s New iOS 7 Borrows Heavily from Other Systems and Apps

If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, several mobile operating systems and third-party apps should’ve been feeling pretty flattered after Apple revealed the forthcoming iOS 7 at its WWDC keynote. Much of iOS 7’s look, features, and user interface is giving people déjà vu.

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Beth Romanik
Apple Unveils iOS 7, New Design, and Mobile Apps at 2013 WWDC Keynote

Apple had a lot of news to spill at the keynote for its annual Worldwide Developers Conference—so much, in fact, that we split it into two articles. Here you'll discover announcements about the new look and functions for Apple's mobile devices, along with the features of the much-anticipated iOS 7.

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Beth Romanik
Apple Reveals New Computer Hardware, Software Updates at WWDC Keynote

Apple had a lot of news to spill at the keynote for its annual Worldwide Developers Conference—so much, in fact, that we split it into two articles. Here you'll discover announcements about its computers, including new laptop and desktop models, and updates for software and apps.

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Beth Romanik
Google to Launch Free HTML5 Web Development Tool

Google is preparing to launch an HTML5 development tool called Google Web Designer. The company says the new service will let creative professionals “create cutting-edge advertising as well as engaging web content like sites and applications—for free.” Would you use it for web design?

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Beth Romanik
How to Get Your App Discovered and Downloaded

With iOS and Android each swiftly approaching 1 million apps, getting an app noticed is no easy task. Here are some suggestions for making your app stand out from the crowd and attracting sticky users. Hints: Fresh eyes help, first impressions are important, and social media sites are your friends.

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Beth Romanik
3D Printed Airway Tube Saves Baby’s Life in Groundbreaking Procedure

A baby was diagnosed with a rare condition that prevented his breathing on his own. University of Michigan researchers were able to use a 3D printer to fashion a splint to open the child's airway, and now he breathes fine. 3D printing could well be the future for life-saving medical procedures.

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Beth Romanik
Moore’s Law: When Will It End—or Will It?

Moore's Law states that a computer's processing power doubles every two years. Can engineers exceed this rate of development? It's never been done, but with today's rate of innovation, many believe we might actually surpass this four-decade old adage. But at what cost?

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Noel Wurst
A Six Year Old's First Foreign Language Starts with http://

Schools worldwide are experiencing the amazing benefits of teaching software development, coding skills, agile, and testing to children as young as six years old. Learn how the arrival of the Raspberry Pi has brought new, and incredibly necessary, life skills to students of all ages.

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Noel Wurst