Live from the Steve Jobs Keynote — "Fun new products" — 9:50am PT - We're just ten minutes away now... (You can find all our pre-game coverage here). — 10:05amPT - We're seated now, they're playing U2. — 10:07am PT - "Good morning, thankyou for joining us this morning.
Apple launches new Intel Mac Minis, iPod Hi-Fi — CUPERTINO, Calif.—Apple Computer on Tuesday introduced its third Intel-based Mac, a revamped version of its petite Mac Mini. — The new Mac Mini will be available, starting immediately, in two models. The low-end model sells for $599 …
Apple out with third Intel-based Mac, iPod cases — Apple Computer is coming out with a third Intel-based Mac, a revamped Mac Mini using Intel's single-core Core Solo Chip. — Taking the stage at the company's well-publicized product announcement on Tuesday, CEO Steve Jobs said, "We've got some fun things to introduce today.
Apple Event Live Update — Macworld's live coverage of today's Apple event has concluded. Please visit our News Page for the latest headlines. — Apple CEO Steve Jobs took the stage of Apple's own Town Hall facility at its Cupertino campus. Apple is introducing fun things today …
Virtual Earth Team Launches Street-Side Drive-by — The Virtual Earth team is pleased to launch a preview of a new feature we have been working on - interactive Street-side browsing. You can try it out at http://preview.local.live.com Street-side imagery allows you to drive around …
Google CFO warns of slow growth — NEW YORK (Reuters) - Google Inc. (NasdaqNM:GOOG - News) Chief Financial Officer George Reyes on Tuesday said advertising revenue growth could slow, sparking a sell-off of as much as 13 percent in the Web search leader's volatile stock.
Ajax homepages market review — Over the past year many new AJAX homepages, aka personalized start pages, have been introduced to the market. Microsoft and Google have offerings, as do a host of small startups. First I'll define what an AJAX homepage is, then I'll do a feature comparison between the leading services.
Vista versions not so confusing after all — Yesterday Microsoft released information about how Windows Vista will be packaged when it's ready for retail delivery later this year. (The press release, unfortunately, is written in very broad strokes. I hope Microsoft publishes a detailed feature matrix soon.)
Flickr of idea on a gaming project led to photo website — SUNNYVALE, Calif. — Caterina Fake knew she was onto something when one of the engineers at her Vancouver, British Columbia-based online game start-up created a cool tool to share photos and save them to a Web page while playing.
Functional redesign of the wall electrical outlet — February 28, 2006 Don'tya just love a simple and clever solution. One of the legacy items in every home that just never seems to get updated is the electrical wall outlet or power socket or whatever you call it.
Doom! Doom I say! — Classic Nicholas Carr post yesterday. Big sensational headline to grab attention, followed by some specious reasoning. — The headline is "Is the server industry doomed?" Much like the title of his book, Nick Carr isn't really asking the question; he's already got the answer.
New Feedburner Stats and Features — Feedburner CEO Dick Costolo emailed Richard MacManus and me on Monday to give us a preview of what he calls "broad enhancement to our stats" that are being released later this morning. — I've had a chance to review the new functionality (screen shot below) …
Wikipedia on your iPod — Way back in 1993, I can remember purchasing the entire works of Shakespeare on a CD-ROM to help me in a collegecourse I was taking. I also had the printed works, but the CD-ROM allowed me to do keyword or character searches in away the printed text didn't.
Lists? How about one more? 43 Best Blogs in the Universe! — A friend of ours is starting a new blog network and he launched a new 'Top Blogs' list (I won't mention who is doing it or what it is called) and it reminded me of a post Josh Hallett wrote last August titled, "List of Blogs Nobody Reads by Should and Other Lists."
Big Brother Is Reading Your Blog — These days, social networkers are concerned about protecting their privacy, not only from predators and scam artists, but from nosy employers and campus authorities … Social networker Shannon Sullivan was getting worried.
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