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3:20 PM ET, June 6, 2011

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Darren Murph / Engadget:
WWDC 2011 liveblog: Steve Jobs talks iOS 5, OS X Lion, iCloud and more!  —  12:04PM We're just about to be ushered into the photo pit... we'll drop a few more updates once we're settled.  Just as a reminder, we aren't expecting any actual news to drop prior to 10AM PT.
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Live from WWDC 2011  —  10:05 am “The PC market shrank over 1% this year.  The Mac has outgrown the industry.”  10:05 am “The Mac is kicking ass?  What did he mean?”  10:05 am Phil is touting great quotes from the press about the Mac.
Vlad Savov / Engadget:
Apple's iOS 5: all the details  —  Scott Forstall has just taken the WWDC 2011 stage and details about the changes and improvements in iOS 5 are flowing thick and fast.  Keep one tab in your browser locked to this post as we update it with all the new features, and throw another one open …
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Leena Rao / TechCrunch:
Watch Out Facebook Connect, Apple Pushes Twitter Sign-Ins In iOS 5  —  Apple just announced a fairly in-depth ‘Twitterification’ of the newest version of its mobile OS, iOS 5 (which we reported last week to be taking place).  As Apple says during the WWDC keynote today …
Jacob Schulman / Engadget:
Apple unveils iMessage, its BBM competitor, at WWDC  —  It's here, the moment BlackBerry owners been waiting for since the original iPhone launched: iMessage.  Apple has just announced its new data-based push messaging service at WWDC, which looks to be a full-on competitor to the venerable BBM.
Trudy Muller / Apple:   New Version of iOS Includes Notification Center, iMessage, Newsstand, Twitter Integration Among 200 New Features
Brad McCarty / The Next Web:
Apple kills MobileMe.  Say hello to iCloud, for free.  —  We're updating.  Press Refresh.  —  In short, “we're going to move the digital hub into the cloud.  Everything on your devices is kept in sync without even having to think about it.”  Download a new song to your phone?
Discussion: AppleInsider, 9 to 5 Mac, BGR, Gizmodo, TiPb and TUAW
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Trudy Muller / Apple:   Apple Introduces iCloud
Donald Melanson / Engadget:   Apple announces iTunes in the Cloud, iTunes Match
Brad McCarty / The Next Web:
Apple officially introduces OS X Lion at WWDC - $29, releasing in July  —  Catch our live blog here.  —  We've been waiting for ages to hear the details and now we finally have them.  Apple's Phil Schiller and Craig Ferericchi have taken the stage to fill us in.
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Ina Fried / AllThingsD:
Apple: Mac OS X Lion Coming in July via Mac App Store  —  Apple said Monday that Lion, the next version of Mac OS X, will be a major release with over 250 new features.  —  Steve Jobs kicked off Monday's Worldwide Developer Conference, but gave way to Senior VP Phil Schiller and Mac OS X VP Craig Federighi to show off Lion.
Discussion: GigaOM, CNET News, App Advice and TUAW
Yusuf Mehdi / Bing:
Bing on Xbox: You are The Controller  —  The future living room does more than give you great entertainment; it helps you find what you're looking for and helps you decide what to enjoy.  It gives you simplicity, discovery and personal choice.  Today at E3, we are excited to preview …
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John Biggs / CrunchGear:
New Xbox Experience Streamlines The Entire UI, Adds Youtube, Live TV and Bing
Tricia Duryee / AllThingsD:
Surprise!  Facebook Credits and Apple's iTunes Play Nice With Each Other.  —  Facebook has Credits, Apple has iTunes, and then there's the plethora of points and coins found on the major consoles and online services.  —  For game players, it's the equivalent of traveling in Europe before the Euro.
Discussion: Evolver.fm, The Next Web and MacStories
Martin Bryant / The Next Web:
Apple faces antitrust complaint over iCloud in Germany  —  It seems a little odd for an as-yet unrevealed product to be the subject of an antitrust complaint, but that's what appears to have happened in Europe.  —  Music streaming service Simfy says that it has submitted a complaint …
Chris Buckley / Reuters:
China paper warns Google may pay price for hacking claims  —  (Reuters) - Google has become a “political tool” vilifying the Chinese government, an official Beijing newspaper said on Monday, warning that the U.S. Internet giant's statements about hacking attacks traced to China could hurt its business.
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Siobhan Gorman / Wall Street Journal:
Cyberspies Target China Experts
Discussion: Reuters
Evelyn M. Rusli / DealBook:
Working With Lady Gaga to Bridge Music and Technology  —  Soon after Apple started its music-centric social network Ping last year, Steven P. Jobs reached out to Lady Gaga and her business manager, Troy Carter, for feedback.  —  At the company's headquarters in Cupertino, Calif. …
Peter Kafka / AllThingsD:
Apple Flatters Instapaper.  Did It Kill It? … Instapaper developer Marco Arment, via Twitter, shortly after Apple announced “Reading List”, a new iOS 5 feature that appears to closely mirror the features in Arment's popular iOS app.  The silver lining, per Arment: “At least they're hitting a lot of other apps too.
Discussion: @marcoarment
Ryan Kim / GigaOM:
EBay acquires Magento, builds a commerce OS  —  EBay said it is buying the rest of e-commerce platform Magento, which it previously had a 49 percent stake in, in a bid to build a broader commerce operating system that spans online, mobile, social and local.
Ernesto / TorrentFreak:
Is YouTube Killing Music Piracy?  —  The music industry has witnessed some dramatic changes in recent years, even when piracy is left out of the picture.  In just a decade the Internet and the MP3 revolution have redefined people's music consumption habits.
Discussion: ringtonia.com
Steve Cheney / steve's blog:
Why Groupon is Worth $25 Billion Dollars  —  Admittedly, Groupon is a work in progress.  They continue to spend insane amounts of money to acquire customers and merchants to try to extend their dual-sided network effect with consumers and merchants.  Many people see this as unsustainable, some adamant it's all just a Ponzi scheme.
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Don Dodge / Don Dodge on The Next Big Thing:
How does Groupon work? Is the business model sustainable?
Discussion: ITworld.com, Deal Journal and broadstuff, Thanks:dondodge
 
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