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What we can learn about file systems from Yahoo and Google

Back in 1995 it wasn't natural to search the web with Google for a something you wanted to find. There were other sites that would help you find information, and believe it or not, one of the biggest was Yahoo! And Yahoo did things differently - they put a lot of effort into creating a human ...

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Why Apple Shouldn’t Buy DropBox

John Gruber suggested on daringfireball that Apple should buy DropBox because that is what everyone is using to get documents from their iPads to their computers. What John has caught on to, is that there is a problem with the document transfer process in place, and I will be the first one to agree with him on this point. However, Apple has taken a decision to ...

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iCloud is Making iOS App Development Cheaper

When iCloud was released by Apple, one of its great promises was to make development cheaper by enabling developers to sync data between different devices without having to create their own backed syncing systems. Syncing is a difficult problem to solve, so to have open APIs available to developers can be a big help and can help support different use cases between ...

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What We May or May not See at WWDC 2012, evolving iOS 6, Mountain Lion and Apple TV

Next week Apple's World-Wide Developer Conference in San Francisco kicks-off with their keynote speech. Arguably this is the biggest presentation of the year for Apple, where new operating system features and sometimes new hardware gets announced. It's always a bit of fun to try and imagine what Apple will announce, and what you'd like them to announce. Here is the ...

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WWDC and the future of iCloud in iOS6 and Mountain Lion

Last year Apple announced iCloud, the glue that would tie applications together between multiple devices such as the iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple TV. iCloud has, in this function, taken over the role of services such as photo sharing galleries through mobile me and iWork.com for sharing documents. However, iCloud today does not offer much in the way of sharing ...

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iCloud has made Byword compelling

A new version of the minimalist text editor Byword is now available on Apple's app stores for the Mac and iOS devices. If you're already outfitted with a plethora of word processors and text editors you might ask why you would want to shell out for more. Byword has just become very compelling due to its iCloud integration. Write on your iPhone, edit on your iPad ...

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iCloud is a success because it has to be

John Gruber wrote: Matthew Panzarino, on Cook’s Goldman Sachs appearance: He also announced that its syncing service iCloud now has over 100M users. Just last month, Cook said that the service had 85M users, making this a growth of 15M users in 21 days. Maybe this just correlates with the number of new iPhones and iPads sold over the past three weeks, but even ...

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