At San Francisco's Moscone Center, Apple Computer CEO Steve Jobs opens Macworld 2007 by unveiling Apple TV. The new box will allow five computers to connect to the device, creating a hub for the digital living room.
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At Macworld 2009 in San Francisco, Philip Schiller, Apple's senior vice president of marketing, announces a new music price plan and an expanded selection of digital rights management-free songs in its iTunes Store. Users will be able to strip their existing DRM-wrapped music of the controversial copy protection software, but doing so will cost 30 cents per song.
The Apple Store is sporting some shiny new products, including a 12-core Mac Pro, a refreshed line of iMacs, 27-inch cinema display, and the Magic Trackpad.
There are a handful of perennial stories guaranteed to ignite sparks in our TalkBack reader forums: Linux versus Windows, Mac versus Windows, FireFox versus Internet Explorer, and Dell versus Apple. But other stories in ZDNet blogs this year also inspired busy discussion threads, including David Berlind's account of seeking a refund for Wi-Fi disservice; reports from Ed Bott and Mary Jo Foley on the now infamous Windows kill switch; and "Apple vs.
Apple prognostication was peaking as Dan Farber and Steve Gillmor arrived at the company's Cupertino campus this morning. Gillmor is taking notes on the "fun new products" event: Intel-based Mac mini and iPod Hi-Fi...