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SlashGear live coverage of Macworld 2008 keynote

SlashGear live coverage of Macworld 2008 keynote

Tomorrow is the day we will all find out what is really hidden behind those curtains at Macworld 08. “There’s something in the air” teaser has been giving the media many questions mark and resulted in so many predictions.

SlashGear’s team (Vincent and James) will be covering the keynote LIVE from Moscone West in San Francisco. The keynote will start at 9:00 AM PST time. If you would like to know what time the keynote starts in your city or time zone, click here.

Keynote livecast starts on Tuesday, January 15, 2008 at 9:00 AM at http://live.slashgear.com

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CES 2008: Waiting for Gates Keynote speech

CES 2008: Waiting for Gates Keynote speech

Finally, the first part of the wait is finally over. The first part of the wait took an hour and a half. It’s now 5PM so there’s another hour and a half before Gates take the stage. All I can say is he better be extremely funny and/or show off some a$$ kick products.

How I Forrest Gump into Gates keynote speech

How I Forrest Gump into Gates keynote speech

I was just getting out of Samsung’s press conference then as I was trying to leave; there was this massive line. So, I thought that was the way out. Next thing I know, I’m being directed up two flights of escalators where I saw a ton of securities standing around. I figured – oh well where ever I’m being told to go can’t be too bad!

So then two flights of escalator later, I’m in line with a bunch of other members of the press waiting to enter Gates’ last keynote speech (ever).

Check back for full coverage later...maybe.

WWDC 2007 : Keynote Transcript

WWDC 2007 : Keynote Transcript

[09:06 AM] We are here! Keynote is less than an hour away

[09:46 AM] 15 minutes to WWDC kick off - the crowd is packing in!

[09:57 AM] Announcement - presentation begins in two minutes!!!!

[10:01 AM] lights dim...silence..total darkness now

[10:02 AM] mac versus pc commercial with voice of steve jobs but it's the pc dude

Live coverage of WWDC 2007 keynote on June 11 at SlashGear

Live coverage of WWDC 2007 keynote on June 11 at SlashGear

People have been calling June the month of the iPhone, apparently for good reason. We've already heard that Steve will be opening up the iPhone to 3rd party apps (so maybe that was the end of May, but close enough), we've even heard the official release date. That's June 29th for those that haven't heard. We anticipate even more news at the WWDC on June 11 - June 15. Of course we'll be right there to report all of the action.

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That's right, our own Vincent will be traveling to the show, and just in time for the event we have readied our new Live Webcast system to give you live reports of WWDC keynote. The keynote will starts on Monday, June 11th 2007 at 12:00PM Central time (10:00AM PST).

Also, if you haven't already, check out our sister site MYiPhone which has recently been rebranded as MYiTablet. There you will find all of the latest breaking info on the iPhone and the rumored tablet PC from Apple.

Apple Keynote from NAB 2007

Apple Keynote from NAB 2007

The Apple event is underway. The Apple store just went down, something new is being added!

Looks like Apple is releasing Final Cut Server...It's $999 for 10 concurrent users; $99 a seat. Pay $1999 for unlimited concurrent users. Editors now have the ability to share video with each other. Features include media asset management, templates, workflows, keyword search for videos, and access control.

Apple is introducing Final Cut Studio 2. Final Cut Pro is version 6, and introducing ProRes 422. Has uncompressed 10-bit compression at standard definitin file sizes. Capable of compressing full raster HD quality video from 1TB to 170GB.

AJA I/O HD works with Apple’s ProRes, featuring codec embedded right inside the hardware. The 10-bit 4:2:2 video lets you edit HD and up/down convert HD right on your Macbook Pro. Price tag is $3495!

New compression format, ProRes422 enable 4K video with the RED camcorder, shooting in 4K.

Final Cut Pro now features Open Format, basically allow you to mix different formats, resolutions and even mix frame-rates on the timeline.

Soundtrack 2 allows surround mixing in a single project, intuitive panner with automation, surround sound plug-ins with library of over 1000 music tracks and sound effects in 5.1.

Final Cut Studio 2 price is still only $1299. Upgrading to FCS2 cost $499 or $699 upgrade for any version of FCP from the beginning. Final Cut Studio is available next month.

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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