In case you missed it Apple has posted Steve Jobs’ WWDC 2005 keynote address as a QuickTime stream. Just don’t all go watch it now, because that’s what I am trying to do. Ok?
WWDC (Worldwide Developers Conference) is Apple?s most important annual event for hardware and software developers to receive in-depth information and instruction from Apple’s technical architects and engineers.
Watch Apple CEO Steve Jobs kick-off the Worldwide Developers Conference with a keynote address from San Francisco’s Moscone West. See the video-on-demand event right here exclusively in QuickTime and MPEG-4.
WWDC05 — According to CNBC Apple CEO Steve Jobs has just confirmed that Apple will drop IBM in favor of chips from Intel beginning with laptops in 2006 and across the entire Macintosh product line in 2007. More soon…
One of the things that I’ve learned on the PowerPage World Tour is the value of a good WiFi hotspot. In the U.S. I’ve been using T-Mobile’s hotspot network which is prevalent at most Starbucks, FedEx/Kinkos, Borders, Hyatt hotels and airline clubs in airports. The best deal going on WiFi is for subscribers to T-Mobile mobile phone plans. You can add an unlimited hotspot account to you T-Mo mobile phone for only US$20 more per month. The great news is that you can use your T-Mo Hotspot account across Europe by simply appending “@t-mobile.us” to your user name. So for the same US$20 per month you get unlimited hotspot access in places like Amsterdam and the UK courtesy of T-Mobile’s partnership with British Telecom, BT Openzone. It sure beats payings 30 Euros per day at the NH Krasnapolsky Hotel – with a 250MB download cap! T-Mo’s $20 hotspot plan is an O’Grady’s PowerPick.
Check out NBC affiliate KUAM in Guam. Media director Jason Salas is now podcasting all their news. Check it! “Download KUAM content for your Apple iPod, mobile MP3 player, or just a standalone computer! Subscribe to one (or all) or our RSS feeds and get the latest news, information, and entertainment to get you through the day.”
Winn Schwartau was so ?Mad as Hell? at his Windows/Intel (WinTel) products, he bought his corporate staff and family a host of Apple Computers and started preaching its security and cost of ownership benefits in a ?Network World? Column and on his blog, Security Awareness for Ma, Pa and the Corporate Clueless. On Wednesday, May 25, Schwartau realized he was now part of the Mac community as tens of thousands visited his blog and commented on the epic PC versus Mac battle. Read More..
The Register: Sly Intel CEO warns that Apple is the safer computer buy
New Intel CEO Paul Otellini has flashed a level of marketing savvy unseen with his predecessor by making the unusual suggestion that consumers by Apple’s Mac computers if they wish to avoid immediate security risks.
Pressed about security by (a reporter), Mr Otellini had a startling confession: He spends an hour a weekend removing spyware from his daughter’s computer. And when further pressed about whether a mainstream computer user in search of immediate safety from security woes ought to buy Apple Computer Inc.’s Macintosh instead of a Wintel PC, he said, “If you want to fix it tomorrow, maybe you should buy something else.” Read more…