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Here’s what will be on people’s minds during the next seven days in tech:
Apple’s WWDC developers’ conference will be held June 2 – 6. It will dominate the week. Here’s what’s expected:
- Apple will unveil iOS 8, the new version of its mobile operating system for iPhone and iPad.
- It will also unveil a redesign of the Mac operating system, OS.
- Apple SVP Eddy Cue has promised the products coming are “great.” Some people think a new piece of hardware will debut.
- A possible appearance by Jimmy and Dre from Beats, Apple’s new headphones acquisition.
It starts today. BI’s Jay Yarow has more details.
Also happening this week:
ReadWrite Mix, a conference on apps with Foursquare’s Dennis Crowley.
Google is spending $US1 billion on its plan to bring internet access to unconnected areas of the planet via satellite.
Motley Fool predicts the tech-heavy NASDAQ will beat the Dow this week — except for Netflix, which the site thinks is due for a pullback.