Home> Random > Apple ipwned everyone this morning...

Apple ipwned everyone this morning...

  • January 9, 2007 2:07 PM
  • Random

Behold, the iPhone
1/9/2007 2:36:24 PM, by Jon Stokes

Apple turned 30 on April 1, 2006—quite a milestone for a technology company that, for much of its life, has provided endless fodder for an army of pundits who have made a living out of writing its obituary. The 2007 Macworld keynote brings Apple into its first full year of its thirties, and the company is keen to demonstrate that 30 is the new 20, and that the new, post-Switch Apple is as ready as ever to do what it was founded to do: make computers for the rest of us... or, waitaminute...

Apple at 30+ makes more than just "computers." Indeed, in spite of his famous declaration that Apple makes computers, and "computers have keyboards," Jobs took the stage this year to tout a roster of products that includes software, services, and one very important device that, though arguably a "computer" in a general sense, decidedly lacks the requisite keyboard.

continued.....article link

Apple announces AppleTV
1/9/2007 12:36:30 PM, by Ken Fisher

As expected, Steve Jobs & Co. revealed more details of the much-anticipated "iTV" product, including the fact that it will be renamed the "AppleTV," but with the Apple symbol next to "TV" (we can't find an appropriate HTML code for that one).

The product is aimed at bringing the iTunes Store to the big screen, and practically every feature has been oriented towards this end. AppleTV will auto-synchronize iTunes content from a single PC and stream it directly to up to five other computers in the home or your TV.

continued.....article link


Comment Form

Index of all entries

Home> Random > Apple ipwned everyone this morning...

Powerd By

Return to page top