At the World Wide Developers' Conference today Apple announced News, a new app for iOS 9 designed to aggregate various news sources into one easy-to-read interface. It seems a lot like Flipboard. Here are some images from the announcement.
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Running a hefty 144 minutes, the online video shows you all the highlights of the event, including demos of the new versions of OS X and iOS as well as the introduction of Apple Music.
Apple's new app promises a personalized experience as it takes on news readers from Google, Facebook and FlipBoard.
The mobile operating system offers a bunch of new functions to predict users' needs for music, notifications and more. Apple also unveils updates to its Maps and Notes apps, and News, a news-reading app.
Apple adds natural language search to Spotlight and Siri, which can now figure out what you want before you do, as it plays catch up with Google and Microsoft. Its edge: a vow to protect your privacy.
A new music-streaming service, multitasking for the iPad, straight talking with Siri and a host of other software developments debuted at Apple's annual developer funfest.
The sum will be used over the next three years to fund grants for projects that attempt to stimulate "innovation in digital journalism" and make news content more appealing to readers.
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Spain's giant telecom comes to Mobile World Congress with demo speeds of up to 375 Mbps on its LTE-Advanced commercial network.