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Macworld 2007 Keynote

Macworld 2007 Keynote

MacWorld San Francisco keynote on January 9th, 2007, will start at 9am PST Live at this page.

01/09/2007 04:52 AM starting…steve thanks intel, users vendors etc…he’s happy ….everyone claps

01/09/2007 12:16 PM 50% something…Jim allchin says he’d buy a mac if .. new mac ad…everyone claps

01/09/2007 12:18 PM 2.0B songs sold on itunes

Good-bye CES, hello Macworld – Live blogging the keynote

Good-bye CES, hello Macworld – Live blogging the keynote

My original plan was to leave Las Vegas on the 11:59 PM and arrive in San Francisco at 2 AM. That didn’t happen because I couldn’t wait to leave so late, so my flight was changed to 9PM instead. Well, I’ve arrived into San Francisco safely. It’s nearly 2AM and I can’t sleep (not that expect to get any sleep anyways).

So what’s up tomorrow morning? I’ll live blog the pre-event…then live blog Steve Jobs keynote, giving you BLOW-by-BLOW coverage. The party starts at 09:00 AM and ends at 11:00 AM. Don’t miss it!

Link to Macworld Expo 2007 live blogging of Steve Jobs Keynote:
http://www.slashgear.com/macworld2007/

Watch the WWDC 2006 Keynote Address

Watch the WWDC 2006 Keynote Address

Apple has made available the keynote address earlier this morning for your viewing pleasure. It’s worth a gander; the live demos are really interesting to watch.

Watch Apple CEO Steve Jobs kick off the company’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) with a keynote preview of Mac OS X “Leopard” from San Francisco's Moscone West. See the video-on-demand event right here exclusively in QuickTime and MPEG-4.

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Steve’s Keynote Coverage at WWDC

Steve’s Keynote Coverage at WWDC

The stage is set and Steve's about ready to step on stage. Keynote is set to commence in a few short minutes. Updates will take place every 30-sec or so.

Photo Credit: OneDigitalLife

  • No ONE MORE THING that's all she wrote folks. Thanks to the source on the floor for the live coverage.
  • WTF is that it?
  • 11:25am thank you for coming...over 1000 engineers on site, new mac pros for hands-on sessions
  • Leopard shipping in the Spring
  • Yawnnnnn....when are we getting to the GOOD stuff?! 11:20am
  • Showing the "virus" Mac vs. PC commercial
  • major changes to ichat
  • multiple logins, animated icons, video recording, visibility, and tabbed chats
  • ichat theatre showing slids to friends and family - iphoto slideshow you can talk over
  • ichat video conference
  • more demos...lets get to it so we can get to the juicy stuff!
  • great for distant collaboration...
  • remote work

OnePlus 2 invite registrations eclipse 1 million mark

OnePlus 2 invite registrations eclipse 1 million mark

OnePlus says people are clamoring to get its OnePlus 2 smartphone, which we recently went hands-on with, and as such invite requests have surpassed the 1 million mark...in the first 72 hours. OnePlus recently launched its upcoming handset through what it says is the first ever virtual reality keynote, and now that invite registrations are live it has seen a massive influx of potential buyers. OnePlus was founded in December 2013, and the number of registrations hint that, despite the frustrations and troubles it has had, the company is seeing growing success.

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Nadella: Windows 10 embraces all, yes, even phones

Nadella: Windows 10 embraces all, yes, even phones

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella's announcement last week didn't exactly shake up the mobile industry as much as it shook confidence in its mobile, particularly smartphone, strategy or lack thereof. A lot of questions were raised and theories cooked up. Since then, Microsoft has reiterated in different corners that it is still committed to smartphones. How exactly, it hasn't completely explained. ZDNet's Mary Jo Foley was able to get some alone time with Nadella after he delivered his Worldwide Partners Conference keynote and asked the hard questions that many of us probably want to ask.

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iPhone 8-years on: what’s next for Apple’s flagship?

iPhone 8-years on: what’s next for Apple’s flagship?

Eight years ago Steve Jobs introduced the iPhone to the world, and the world changed. Apple didn't invent the smartphone, but they certainly started the craze. Eight years on, we're having a look at how this quintessential smart device has evolved - where it's been, what it's meant to the industry, and where it's about to go. As always, the next step is the most important for us. Once the newest phone is in your hands, it's time for the next one. What's left for Apple to do to the device that changed the way they did business?

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Temper your Minecraft HoloLens enthusiasm

Temper your Minecraft HoloLens enthusiasm

It was the mic-drop of Microsoft demos, Minecraft coming to life in augmented reality on the HoloLens headset, and it unsurprisingly stole the E3 keynote. Given Microsoft's previous hints about just what it had in mind for HoloLens, which overlays digital graphics on top of the real world, the idea of a special version of the brick-building game shouldn't have come as a surprise. Nonetheless, the sight of a table suddenly overcome with virtual blocks proved more than enough for us to temporarily forget HoloLens' big issues.

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All the PS4 trailers you missed from E3 2015

All the PS4 trailers you missed from E3 2015

Now that we're decompressing from all the big announcements and surprises that made up the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 keynotes at E3 (and still bracing ourselves for Nintendo's), we can take a little time to check out some of the trailers we might've missed in all the excitement. We've already recapped everything from Microsoft's Xbox One presentation, so let's review Sony's now. They showed an impressive line-up of games this year, including a handful that didn't start with "Final Fantasy" and end with "VII."

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PS4 lands Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 multiplayer beta first

PS4 lands Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 multiplayer beta first

While Sony's PlayStation keynote at E3 this year was full of out-of-the-blue surprises, including Final Fantasy VII and The Last Guardian, there were also some big announcements about the latest yearly installment of one of gaming's biggest franchises: Call of Duty. While the latest title, Black Ops 3, was first revealed back in April, the big PlayStation-related news is that the PS4 will be getting the multiplayer beta first this August, available to those who pre-order the full game.

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