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MWSF highlight gallery
This year's Macworld Expo was the largest yet, with over 450 exhibitors and tens of thousands of attendees. Apple released the MacBook Air, as well as iTunes movie rentals, with software upgrades for the iPod touch, iPhone and AppleTV. Vendors, patrons, and journalists came...
Xsilva Lightspeed at MWSF
Montreal-based Xsilva Systems demonstrated LightSpeed 2.5 at Macworld Expo this past week, showing users how the software works with touchscreen computers. CEO Dax Dasilva guided MacNN through the workings of LightSpeed, pointing out the iPhone-like functionality of Cover Flow...
Live Freeverse MWSF feed
Freeverse has set up a live camera-feed from the Macworld Expo show floor that displays constantly updated images of its booth for the remainder of the show. The feed is powered by Freeverse's Periscope webcam software, which lets users capture activity in front of a Mac's iSight...
MWSF attendance increases
IDG World Expo today announced that attendance to last January's Macworld Expo conference in San Francisco was up by nearly 20 percent. The show management company, which does not disclose numbers at the actual event, said that the attendance certification audit was performed by BPA World Wide, showing...
MWSF keynote bingo
In brief: Some Mac advocates are hosting Macworld Expo 2007 keynote bingo, enabling visitors to play bingo after turning in to see Steve Jobs keynote speech using cards that are randomized out of a pool of 50 more or less likely keynote events.... The PandaWare Company is seeking beta testers for Simple...
Analyst on MWSF keynote
Apple's iPhone will almost certainly enter a production phase of 12 million units within the next 2-6 months, and the company will likely launch its iTV wireless media streaming device at Macworld with some improvements over the September debut, according to Piper Jaffray senior...
Clovertown, MWSF keynote
Intel is planning to launch its quad-core processor codenamed 'Clovertown' on January 9th of the new year, which coincides with Apple CEO Steve Jobs' planned keynote speech at the Macworld Expo in San Francisco. The announcement will likely fuel rumors that Apple will incorporate the new quad-core technology...
'Smart' whiteboard at MWSF
SMART Technologies is planning to display its new 600i interactive whiteboard system at Macworld 2007 in San Francisco this coming January. The 600i -- which just began shipping -- combines SMART's 3000i whiteboard with a Unifi 35 projector, creating what the company describes...
LightZone at MWSF
Light Crafts is showcasing LightZone at the Expo in San Francisco, its photo editing software designed to significantly reduce the time photographers spend after a shoot. LightZone views, manages, edits, and corrects digital photographs while working with light values and shapes to imitate the way that...
MWSF: Showfloor gallery 3
Our third showfloor gallery offers photo highlights from Logitech, Sonos, Insider Software, Logic3, AMCC, Softchaos, DLO, Fujitsu, FileMaker, Microsoft, and others. Sonos was showing off its new Zone Player, which was released last week, while Logitech displayed its upcoming wireless keyboard for the...
MWSF: Showfloor gallery 2
Our second showfloor photo gallery features Intuit, GizMac, OWC, Harmon Kardon, Quark, Gluon, MicroMat, EtchaMac, OmniGroup, Altec Lansing, and others. Products include JBL On Time, a new speaker/alarm clock system; Solio, who showed off a black version of the Solio solar charger and new hand-made Tread...
MWSF Gallery 3: Apple
Following the Steve Jobs Expo keynote (replay available), Apple today showcased its new products on the showfloor, including iLife '06 with iWeb, iWork '06 bundle with updated versions of Keynote and Pages, and new Intel-based Macs: the iMac Core Duo (now shipping) and the new MacBook Pro, which is...
CRYPTO-Server 6.4 at MWSF
CRYPTOCard (booth 1642) will demo its soon-to-be-released CRYPTO-Server 6.4 authentication solution at this week's Expo. CRYPTO-Server 6.4 enables businesses to protect LAN, VPN, web-based (Apache and II S), and desktop access for Mac OS X (Panther/Tiger). Delivering full compatibility with Tiger's...
Analyst MWSF predictions
Investment research firm PiperJaffray today issued some new predictions regarding Apple's highly-anticipated announcements at Macworld Expo next week. Apple CEO Steve Jobs will deliver a keynote address in San Francisco to Mac fans and the press on Tuesday, January 10th, from 12:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m....
Reports: No MWSF stream
In Brief: Apple has confirmed that there will be no live stream of the Macworld SF Expo keynote by Steve Jobs, but said it would provide a replay of event on the Web shortly after the event ends.... MacNN has posted a review of Internet Cleanup 3.0, the latest version of the privacy utility from Allume...
MWSF: SmartDeck, AirClick
Last week at Macworld San Francisco we had the opportunity to look at several interesting new peripherals and accessories for the Mac. In this report (the second of three), we look at Griffin Technology's SmartDeck, AirClick, and Delicious Monster Software's Delicious Library.
MWSF: BookEndz Docks
Last week at Macworld San Francisco we had the opportunity to look at several interesting new peripherals and accessories for the Mac. In this report, we look at the BookEndz Docks, LaCie's d2 DVD+/-RW Drive with LightScribe, and Circus Ponies NoteBook.
In Brief: Over 32,000 people attended Macworld Expo, according to the Mecury News.... Radio broadcasters are considering technology and business models that may soon allow listeners to click, listen and buy the tunes they hear on their favorite radio stations, bringing yet another competitor to the...
Ars at MWSF, Mac TV?
In Brief: Ars Technica offers its Macworld walkabout as coverage of last week's Macworld Expo....The New York Times wonders if Apple is Thinking About Mac TV, after introducing the Mac mini, which it says may "make a compelling interactive television set-top box."... Apple's fine print says that memory,...
Brother products at MWSF
Brother showed several new products at Macworld Expo San Francisco this week. New items included the low-profile color inkjet flatbed Multi-Function Center models, a new personal fax machine for personal home use, the ultra-compact HL-2040 and HL-2070N laser printers, and the new business-class...
MWSF Deals: Advenio, more
A number of companies are offering bargains during Macworld Expo: Pixoria has announced that during Macworld it will be offering Konfabulator at a discount of $20 for Mac and Windows users.... Endicia, maker of the postage printing label software for Mac, will be giving away two DYMO LabelWriter...
Proxpro service at MWSF
Mac users will be able to connect with eachother using their cell phones at next week's Macworld Expo, as part of Proxpro's mobile professional search tool. The Proxpro service can be used locate and coordinate meetings with others based on profile and proximity. Users must register online (free)...
New products at MWSF
IDG World Expo today that said that it expects "hundreds of new products" to make their debut next week at Macworld Expo in San Francisco. IDG also said the semi-annual tradeshow will feature a single exhibit hall (South) with 275 companies exhibiting--a marked departure from previous shows, which have...
Free concert at MWSF
IDG World Expo today announced "Macworld After Dark," a concert, sponsored by Playlist, featuring The Jackie Greene Band. The concert will take place at Moscone Center on Wednesday, January 12 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. and is open, without charge, to all registered attendees of Macworld Expo (January...
FCPUG at MWSF
IDG World Expo today announced that Final Cut Pro User Group (FCPUG) members from around the world will provide educational sessions and showcase the work of the network's top filmmakers at the upcoming Macworld Expo in San Francisco: "In a series of presentations on the Macworld expo floor, these experienced...
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