Ring in the weekend with the latest edition of Feedback Loop. Apple's WWDC kicks off on Monday and we try to predict what will be announced, share impressions of the Dropcam Pro, discuss the viability of DIY data storage, talk about our favorite task management apps and wonder where all the good Windows 8 apps are hiding. Head past the break to find out what Engadget readers like you are saying.

WWDC 2014 Predictions

Apple kicks of their annual World Wide Developers Conference on Monday. We're expecting to see previews of iOS 8 and OS X 10.10. However, it's possible Apple might have something else up their sleeve. In the forums, we're sharing our own predictions that range from a potential iWatch announcement to ARM powered laptops. What do you think they'll show off on Monday?

Dropcam Pro impressions

If you want to watch your pets while you're away at work, what sorts of devices would you use? Jonursenbach wanted to keep tabs on his pug during the day, so he picked up a Dropcam Pro and shared his first impressions. If you're in the market for a new camera, take a look at his post and then let him know if you have any questions.

Managing your data at home

We generate a lot of bits and bytes each day. From photos and videos to documents and email, there's a lot of data floating around that can be a pain to properly manage and keep track of. Frank asks whether it's worth it to build your own digital storage system, purchase one from somebody like Synology, or just pay for a cloud locker. How are you managing all your digital data?

To-do: Remember to check my to-do list

Engadget's guru of all things social media, John Colucci, recently started using Trello as his primary task management tool and shared his experience in the forums comparing comparing it to other apps that do the same thing. With everything going on in our lives, how do you keep on top of your responsibilities?

Heyo, where all the Windows 8 Apps at?

Windows 8 has been available for awhile now and you can easily find it on new PCs and Windows tablets. However, ThatsIsJustCraz is wondering why we haven't seen more well designed Windows 8 applications around. Is this a real problem that Windows 8 has or is he just not looking in the right places? Share your thoughts in his discussion.

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