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ML report on MWSF
Following Apple's new product introductions at this week's Macworld Expo, Merrill Lynch analyst Steve Milunovich said he believes Apple is building a sustainable consumer electronics franchise and is showing off its strategic flexibility with its lowest price Mac ever and iPod shuffle, which boasts more...
NewSoft at MWSF
NewSoft (Booth 749) today launched several new products, including its Presto! PageManager 7 Deluxe OCR software for scanning and organizing documents; its BizCard Reader 5 reader that offers software and a USB scanner for converting buusiness into a searchable database; and also a new digital photo...
No picketing at MWSF
A group of US retailers said they will not picket as expected at this week's 2005 MacWorld Conference and Expo in San Francisco, despite their two-year-old lawsuit against Apple for allegedly with-holding products, according to iTNews: "Thomas Santos, president of MacAdam Computing, a San Francisco...
MacMice at MWSF
MacMice, a divison of DVForge today announced that it will be showing several new products at its booth #1017 at Macworld Conference & Expo, January 11-14. New products include the JamPod, ZeroSticks, the PortBuddy, GuitarPlug and MicPlug, ProSticks, The Ball, and PodBuddy. MacMice also announced...
CRYPTO-Server at MWSF
CRYPTOCard will offer next week's Macworld Expo attendees a demo of its CRYPTO-Server solution. CRYPTOCard (booth 1442) will demonstrate CRYPTO-Server's CRYPTO-Logon functionality, which takes Mac OS X authentication to the next level by replacing the traditional Mac log-on screen with a one-time...
\"Live on Stage\" at MWSF
IDG World Expo today unveiled "Live On Stage," a new educational feature for all attendees at Macworld Expo in San Francisco (January 10-14). Live On Stage offers over 20 hours of free training classes by industry experts; it will take place on the exhibit hall's main stage beginning at 11:00 a.m. each...
Jobs to keynote MWSF
IDG World Expo today announced that Apple CEO Steve Jobs will deliver the opening keynote address for Macworld Conference & Expo San Francisco 2005 on Tuesday, January 11, 2005 at 9:00 a.m. Macworld SF will be held at San Francisco's Moscone Convention Center January 10-14, 2005. "This is the biggest...
Wil Wheaton at MWSF
IDG World Expo today announced that Wil Wheaton - actor, author, comedian, blogger and self-described geek - will deliver a special feature presentation at Macworld Conference & Expo this January. "Wheaton will discuss his personal story, as well as the joys of Web design, HTML and blogging - as described...
MacIT conference at MWSF
IDG World Expo today announced that the MacIT Conference will return to Macworld Conference & Expo San Francisco on January 12-14, 2005. MacIT is a comprehensive educational event presenting technical training on Apple IT tools and technology. This year's event will feature the first in depth public...
RadTech products at MWSF
RadTech today announced new products at Macworld Expo (booth 2618). The RadTech MacTruck notebook case ($200) is a professional-grade enclosure designed to be the "most rugged and functional case" available for Mac notebooks, providing notebook protection under the "most severe conditions imaginable....
Runtime technology at MWSF
Runtime Revolution (booth 935) today announced that it will preview new technology, still in early development, at Macworld Expo SF. Revolution's user-centric approach to software development "brings the power of an advanced, multi-platform development tool to programmers and authors at all levels of...
FCP Users gather at MWSF
The Final Cut Pro User Group Network, which consists of over 30 FCP UGs throughout the world, will hold a gathering at Macworld on January 7, beginning at 7:00PM at the Mezzanine Club in downtown San Francisco. FCP Creator and Chief Architect, Randy Ubillos will discuss Final Cut Pro 4, while Sean Cullen...
AppleScript at MWSF
An "AppleScript for the Creative Professional" session will be held at MacWorld Expo in San Francisco on Thursday, January 8th, 2004 from 3:30 - 4:30 PM. This session will feature Benjamin S. Waldie, President of Automated Workflows, LLC, and will be opened to all registered Users Conference attendees....
User Conferences at MWSF
IDG World Expo today announced that the Users Conference at Macworld Expo has been reformatted into five separate conference tracks addressing the hottest technology on the Mac platform. The Users Conference will introduce Mac users of all backgrounds to a wide variety of tools and techniques, covering...
Jobs to open MWSF
IDG World Expo today announced that Apple CEO Steve Jobs will deliver the opening keynote address for Macworld Expo San Francisco 2004 on Tuesday, January 6, 2004 at 9:00 a.m. The Expo will be held at San Francisco's Moscone Convention Center January 5-9, 2004. "This is the biggest Macintosh community...
MWSF gaming area returns
IDG World Expo today announced that the Macintosh Gaming Area at the upcoming Macworld Expo in San Francisco will provide the year's first look at the best new games coming to the Mac in 2004. Located on the Expo exhibit floor, it will highlight new games showcased by top game publishers such as Aspyr...
RunRev MWSF seminar
Runtime Revolution today announced a two-day seminar for Revolution developers from beginner level to advanced. The seminar will be held on the 9th and 10th of January, during Macworld SF 2004. Revolution is a user-centric multi-platform development tool for Windows, Macintosh, Linux, and Unix. The sessions...
iDay seminar at MWSF
Avondale Media and IDG World Expo today announced "iDay Digital Media Seminar" seminar will take place on Friday, January 9, 2004 as part of Macworld San Francisco in January: "iDay is a fun, informative, full-day seminar devoted to helping Mac users maximize their cameras, camcorders, and iPods, Attendees...
Jobs\' MWSF \'02 keynote moved up one day
Apple and IDG today announced that Apple CEO Steve Jobs will kick off Macworld Expo 2002 in San Francisco with the opening keynote presentation on Monday, January 7, 2002 at 9:00 AM instead of the previously scheduled Tuesday keynote, making this year's MWSF five days long. [updated]
IDG adds new feature to MWSF 2002
IDG today announced a new feature presentation at MWSF '02 titled "This ain't your parents' Mac." Scheduled for Wednesday, January 9, 2002 at 9:30 a.m., it will include a panel of industry experts sharing their views on the direction of the Mac platform as well as overview of the state of the Mac platform...
BridgeIt FireWire-to-SCSI converter at MWSF
Fastware.net will demonstrate the newly released BridgeIt FireWire-to-SCSI converter at MWSF this week at FWDepot's Booth #4700. BridgeIt supports hard drives, CD-R, MO, tape, removable media and soon, scanners and printers in a full SCSI chain of 7 devices and offers speeds almost one order of...
New Internet browser for Mac due at MWSF
The wKiosk company is expected to announce a new Mac Internet browser next week at MWSF. Based on the Netscape's Gecko engine, the browser is designed for use in secure Internet kiosks in public areas and will offer limited URL browsing as well as full screen-only browsing. Both French and English...
Roundup: MWSF speculation, Dec Mac sales fall
Yesterday we noted c|net's speculation on upcoming MWSF announcements, significantly reduced sales of Macs compared with other PC manufacturers in December, the disappearance of Adobe's Illustrator 9.02 update, and the release of Iomega's Zip 250MB USB Powered Drive. Other updates included Startup Doubler...
ACD exhibiting ACDSee 1.5 at MWSF
ACD Systems International will be exhibiting ACDSee 1.5, a high-speed image viewer and browser for the Mac, at MWSF. The software supports more than 40 popular image and multimedia formats and offers fast viewing and playing of multimedia files, including MPEGs and MP3s, using QuickTime.
Variety of new products showcased this week
iPhone products took center stage at Macworld Expo 2010, but the category has taken a back seat to iPad accessories for the latest show. Nonetheless, plenty of companies are still making cases and other interesting gear for Apple's smartphone. MacNN took a closer look at many...
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