Apple has already blown through the reveal of OS X El Capitan and iOS 9, but there’s still plenty to discuss before the WWDC 2015 keynote comes to a close. Just moments ago, Apple announced multitasking for the iPad, a feature that Apple’s tablet users have been requesting ever since the first iPad launched.
Apple’s WWDC 2015 starts in just a couple minutes at 1:00pm Eastern Time, but stay tuned for all the live updates and coverage right here.
Apple is widely anticipated to announce an update to the iOS, OS X, and WATCH software — iOS 9, and OS X 10.11 — in addition to taking the wraps off the company’s new streaming music service and other surprise announcements. More →
Apple fans, the day you’ve been waiting for has finally arrived. Apple’s massive Worldwide Developer Conference keynote is second-biggest event for Apple each year, with the first obviously being the annual unveiling of Apple’s new iPhones. Of course, seeing the software that will power Apple’s new iPhones is almost as exciting, and iOS 9 will be unveiled on stage today during Apple’s big WWDC 2015 keynote.
Live blogs are a nice way to follow along with the show, but why bother when you can watch live streaming video from Apple’s WWDC 2015 keynote?
The keynote presentation is over and all of Google’s new products and services have been revealed, but for the developers in San Francisco, Google I/O 2015 has only just begun. You might not have a chance to come down and see it for yourself, but I took a few minutes to walk through the show floor and photograph some of the most impressive displays. More →
In just a few short hours, Google will take the stage at the Moscone Center for its Google I/O 2015 keynote presentation. Although Google I/O is primarily for developers, there’s sure to be plenty of news relevant to end users as well, including the reveal of the highly anticipated Android M update. More →
Apple fans, it’s time to strap in and get ready for the ride you’ve been waiting for. Apple gave the world its first glimpse at the Apple Watch during this past September’s iPhone 6 event, and we knew that this new product represented big changes afoot at Apple. What we didn’t know, however, was the device’s full scope of capabilities, its price tags or when it would finally find its way to consumers’ wrists.
Today, Apple will answer all those questions and more during its huge “Spring Forward” press conference in California. More →
The 2015 edition of the Mobile World Congress show that is about to kick off in Barcelona, Spain will likely be one of the best in recent years when it comes to new hardware announcements, as at least two hot mobile devices will be unveiled during the show — the HTC One M9 and Samsung Galaxy S6 each have their own special events on Sunday.
But that’s not all that’s happening at MWC, as there will be plenty of interesting products on display coming from much smaller players. More →
The annual Mobile World Congress trade show has been a bit stale in recent years, since most big smartphone vendors have been hosting their own dedicated press conferences to make key announcements. This year, however, that is most certainly not the case. Three of the biggest smartphones of the year — the Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 edge and HTC One M9 — will all be unveiled tomorrow, and BGR will be on hand reporting live as news breaks from Barcelona, Spain. More →
The moment you’ve been waiting for is almost here, Android developers. Google on Tuesday announced that Google I/O 2015 will kick off on May 28th this year and will run through to May 29th at Moscone Center West in San Francisco. Registration for the conference will start on March 17th at 9 a.m. PDT (12 p.m. EDT), so you have more than a month before you’ll be able to sign up to attend the big event. More →