While you will be able to see every major thing covered by Apple Gazette right here on the blog (and in the main RSS feed for you RSS Subscribers), there are several other ways to keep in up with Apple Gazette to find out what’s happening at Macworld 2008. Twitter From About 6:00 am on […]
Ars Technica has posted the first images of banners up at the Moscone Center, and the tag line is “2008. There’s something in the air.” What on earth could that mean?
We will be covering Macworld 2008 extensively here at Apple Gazette.com. Click Here to subscribe to our RSS Feed, and you can read LIVE Keynote coverage in our Live Center on Jan. 15th. You can also follow our Macworld coverage on Twitter and Flickr. The 2008 Macworld Keynote is only a few days away, and […]
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GPS manufacturer Garmin has a secret product that they’re going to unveil at Macworld 2008. The software is called “Bobcat” according to the Garmin Blog. The blog post also mention “new Mac-compatible software and hardware” that Garmin will be showcasing. There is no official word on just what “Bobcat” or the new software and hardware […]
The 2008 Macworld Bingo card is online now, and you can already mark one square off for the Mac Pros. Macworld Bingo has become increasingly popular over the last few years. I’ve never really gotten into it myself, but you can find the PDF file right here so you can play along next Monday if […]
If you’ve ever wanted a visual example of the difference between Apple with Steve Jobs, and Apple after Steve Jobs in the 1990s, I think this video really expresses things well. This is video of a Keynote address from 1990. This video is only 5:55 long – but it seems like it goes on FOREVER. […]
Yup, it’s that time of year when we start getting excited about seeing banners on light posts! Seriously, LOOK — Arstechnica has a few more pictures of not that much going on around the Moscone West building.
1998 was a great year for Apple. The company, with Steve Jobs back at the helm, was on an upswing, and the media was finally starting to lay off the “death of Apple” talk. The 1998 Macworld Expo was held in New York. With the “Think Different” ad campaign in full swing, and the newly […]
So, I’m gearing up for Macworld 2008, and I want to give everyone an update on how it’s going to work here at Apple Gazette during that week. I’m going to be at Macworld from the 14th through the 17th. I’ll be flying in on the 13th, and I would imagine most blogging, except for […]