Seems like Apple investors were hoping for for more from the Macworld 08 keynote.
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes sifts through the marketing hyperbole and casts his critical eye over the latest technological innovations to find out which products make the grade and which don't.
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Now, I think that Apple's Time Capsule and the new MacBook Air products are likely to be very popular with Mac fans, but something that might not go down so well - the $20 upgrade fee to add Mail, Stocks, Notes, Weather, and Maps to the iPod touch.
At Macworld 08 Steve Jobs introduced us to Apple's latest addition to the Mac family - MacBook Air. What's so special about the MacBook Air? It's the world's thinnest, most portable notebook.
So far, only one product has really stood out for me at Macworld 08 - and that's Time Capsule.
Is it a case of "Buy! Buy HD DVD!" of "Bye bye HD DVD"?
The other day I was challenged to put together a gaming PC for less than $1,000. As it turns out, not only is it quite easy to hit this figure, but you also get a lot of hardware for your money.
Has Steve Jobs Macworld keynote speech been leaked?
As a follow-on to the last post I made about how open source could be affected by a recession, I got a number of emails and comments from readers regarding the tech indicators might we see that consumer confidence is low and that we're on the brink or a recession.
So, how might a recession affect open source software?
So, AMD has delayed the launch of Phenom 9900 and 9700 processors until Q2. The reason according to AMD is down to "prioritization and resources."