This I4U Snapshot contains all relevant WWDC 2011 Coverage from around the Web.
The WWDC 2011 conference will kick off today at 10am PDT with the WWDC keynote hosted by Steve Jobs. Apple is briefing developers and the world on OS X Lion, iOS 5 and iCloud. Most of the important aspects of the new operating system releases and about the Apple cloud services are still unclear. Rumors appearing in the days before the WWDC 2011 have not been really conclusive.
To complement our original coverage we are providing a WWDC 2011 Snapshot. Snapshots are continuously updated and offer all relevant WWDC coverage from around the web on a single page. You can drill down on a covered topic by clicking More Like This next to the story excerpt. The full WWDC 2011 Snapshot also contains Twitter messages about WWDC. We also have deployed today a E3 2011 Snapshot. Both conferences overlap and the today will see a technologynews overload. We think the snapshots will help you stay on top of it.
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