Over at the Magic Kingdom, shoving a finger into your friend's ear counts a "research."
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Everybody knows that Apple is one of the most secretive companies when it comes to sharing what it's working on, but the newest revelation from Adam Lashinky's Inside Apple reveals that the company doesn't even trust the people it hires, until after they've been put in dummy roles and on dummy projects.
Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) starts Monday, June 7, and Steve Jobs will kick things off with a keynote speech at 10AM Pacific Time (1PM Eastern). What will he announce? Apple's tight-lipped as usual, but it's easy to guess what the star of the show will be.