June 3, 2014, 10:05 AM

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Danny Sullivan / Search Engine Land:
Apple Drops Google For Bing As “Spotlight” Search Provider In iOS 8 & Mac OS X “Yosemite”  —  Bing has gained another win with Apple, becoming integrated into a new version of Spotlight in Apple's forthcoming Mac OS X “Yosemite” operating system and in the coming iOS 8 mobile operating system.
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Matthew Panzarino / TechCrunch:
Apple's WWDC Delivers Developer Fanservice  —  Apple's WWDC keynote this morning laid out some welcome consumer-facing features coming to iOS and OS X. But the biggest announcements by far were the ones in which Apple delivered developers a wish list of items that nailed every major pain point in the ecosystem.
Chris Dannen / Fast Company:
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Walt Mossberg / Re/code:
What's Apple Really Up To?  Keeping You in Apple World.  —  Today, at its annual developers conference, WWDC 2014, Apple laid out the first step in its latest plans — new versions of its mobile and Mac operating systems, iOS and OS X, respectively.  The second step will come in the fall …
Eric Johnson / Re/code:
The Winners and Losers at Apple's WWDC Keynote  —  With 200 million iPads and 500 million iPhones sold to date, Apple can cause some serious waves when it throws its weight around.  Here's a look at who should be cheering after today's keynote address at the Worldwide Developers Conference …
Richard Padilla / MacRumors:
OS X Yosemite Public Beta Limited to First Million Registered Users  —  Earlier today as Apple was unveiling OS X Yosemite for the first time at the Worldwide Developers Conference, software chief Craig Federighi announced that there would be a public open beta for the new operating system ahead of its launch this fall.
Evelyn M. Rusli / Wall Street Journal:
New Chip to Bring Holograms to Smartphones  —  Ostendo's Tiny Projectors Are Designed to Display Crisp Video, Glasses-Free 3-D Images  —  In the future, virtual reality won't require strapping a bulky contraption to your head.  —  Instead, imagine stepping into an empty room …
Alex Wilhelm / TechCrunch:
Intel Bets On Surface Pro 3-Like “2-In-1″ Devices  —  Today at the Computex event in Taiwan, Intel unveiled a reference design '2-in-1′ device, raising the profile of tablet-hybrids.  The chip maker, increasingly betting on mobile in the face of a immiserated personal computer market …
Fidelity Said to Be Competing to Lead Uber Round at $17B  —  Fidelity Investments is competing to lead Uber Technologies Inc.'s new financing in a round that could value the ride-sharing service at about $17 billion, according to people familiar with the situation.
Tweets: @eghosao
Duncan Campbell / The Register:
Details of GCHQ's secret base tapping undersea cables in the Middle East revealed  —  REVEALED: GCHQ's BEYOND TOP SECRET Middle Eastern INTERNET SPY BASE  —  Snowden leaks that suppressed  —  Exclusive Above-top-secret details of Britain's covert surveillance programme …
Tweets: @theregister and @csoghoian

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