Mac is back in town -- in San Francisco to be precise. So far the company has unveiled a major PowerBook redesign and DVD-burning software. Let ZDNet keep you au fait with Apple's fate.
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Wed, 10 Jan At Macworld Expo/San Francisco, Mac fans hustled to get up close and personal with the biggest PowerBook redesign in three years Apple's DVD and CD-burning out of consumers' reach
Wed, 10 Jan Return of the Mac: Exciting new software is all very well, but what if consumers just don't have the hardware to run it Apple, Compaq adding recordable DVD drives
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Tue, 09 Jan Mac developers opened Macworld Expo week with a welter of products. Will it be enough to keep fans happy? COMMENT Reading the Mac Expo tea leaves
Steve Jobs will provide some substantial answers and open new doors for Apple at the Macworld Expo. Matthew Rothenberg is not prepared to say that Apple is out of the woods, but a reinvigorated processor line and an OS that can maximize its benefits will blaze a substantial trail in the right direction. Dissecting Jobs' keynote
Steve Jobs' keynote speech communicated a vision for the future -- as for the overall vision: Let's see what Apple really makes of it. Andreas Pfeiffer thinks it may just be a desperate attempt to reassure investors -- only time will tell. Have your say instantly, and see what others have said. Click on the TalkBack button and go to the ZDNet News forum. Let the editors know what you think in the Mailroom. And read what others have said.