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Apple introduces iOS 10, rebrands OS X at WWDC 2016

Siri will be front and center on both iOS and OS X, now called MacOS, starting this fall.

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Apple's latest Worldwide Developers Conference kicked off with news on all of Apple's operating systems. WatchOS looks like it will bring a lot more productivity since apps will launch much faster than before. Siri for iOS will be opened to third-party developers meaning Siri's about to get a lot smarter. Also the rumors were true, OS X is no more -- say hello to MacOS.

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In very surprising news, Microsoft announced it will acquire LinkedIn for $26.2 billion. At first it seems like an unusual pairing. However, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said he believes LinkedIn will work well with Office 365 as well as Microsoft's advertising business.

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