Apple Insider is reporting that Apple’s 17-inch Macbook Pro deliveries have been push backed to “near March” There claim is based on one specific report, and then a generalization about readers in Australia. While the 17-inch Macbook Pro may be taking longer to get to Australia than it will to the U.S. – I can […]
Ars Technica has posted a story this morning about the application “iShoot” which, after the release of a “lite” version, has been sitting at the top of the iPhone App heap for a few days now. Apparently the developer of the App has earned over $100,000 at this point, and has quit his day job […]
There’s a lot of ongoing talk and speculation about Steve Jobs current health, which is to be expected after the announcement from earlier this week. I’m not interested in writing about that. We all know the situation and anything beyond what we’ve heard from Jobs himself is speculation at this point. I decided, instead, to […]
At the end of the day yesterday, right after the markets closed, Apple again issued a press release that would have caused their stock to take a huge hit had they let the cat out of the bag only a few minutes before. This time it wasn’t anything as mundane as Steve Jobs not giving […]
The iPhone Nano rumor is trying to make a comeback after it’s lack of existence at Macworld disappointed next to no one. Now the updated nonsense is claiming that Apple will release the iPhone Nano in China. All of this, of course, is coming to us from an analyst named Brian Marshal from AmTech – […]
I’ve been following the coverage of CES casually – and if you’ve been doing the same (to any degree really) I’m sure you’ve heard about the Palm Pre. This thing looks awesome. Some of the people who designed the iPhone have worked on it, and the device looks like an amazing mobile handset. I’m excited […]
The web has been on fire with rumors that Apple might possibly attend CES in 2010. Cult of Mac and Apple Insider both claim to have inside scoops, and there is even word from CEA that there will be an “Apple-centric area” at CES 2010. Now, obviously, this would be another stunning blow to Macworld, […]
A few thoughts on where Macworld can go in 2010.
A look at some of the smaller booths at the back of North Hall, and some speculation about what I’d like to see at Macworld 2010.
Yesterday I attended the Macworld Town Hall meeting – and I didn’t come away from it with a good impression about the future of Macworld. The entire gathering was filled with backhanded comments and down right jabs at Apple for the move they’ve made – with enough “patting on the back” by IDG to make […]