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Walt Mossberg on Steve Jobs’ Health

Walt Mossberg discusses how Apple CEO Steve Jobs’s current health situation will affect the company.

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Steve Jobs Steps Down on Medical Leave Until June

From The Mac Observer: “In a stunning move, Apple CEO Steve Jobs announced late on Wednesday that he was stepping down as CEO on medical leave until the end of June of this year. Apple COO Tim Cook is set to take over day-to-day operations in the interim. Trading in shares of AAPL were immediately halted.” Steve Jobs delivered the ...

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Shufflegazine coverage of Macworld 2009

Shufflegazine, the only Mac publication in the Middle East , has attended Macworld 2009 and provided coverage of the Macworld Expo. Here are the highlights (some include video): 17-inch MacBook Pro photos. Visit to Munkyfun’s Office, Makers of Ivory Tiles Put YouTube on Your iPod With Tooble.tv Leo Laporte Says Hello Axiotron Introduces ModBook Pro CrossOver Solution For Running Windows ...

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iLife ’09

On the Macworld 2009 Keynote Apple introduced iLife ’09. The iLife ’09 package will cost $79 ($9.95 if you purchased a Mac between January 6, 2009 and March 28, 2009 and $169 for an iLife ’09, iWork ’09 and Mac OS X Leopard bundle). iLife ’09 will be available by the end of January 2009. iPhoto ’09 iPhoto ’09 introduces ...

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Watch the Macworld 2009 Keynote

Watch Philip Schiller, Senior Vice President of Worldwide Product Marketing, present the Apple Keynote at Macworld 2009. You can download a podcast using iTunes or stream it in regular and high-definition on Apple’s site.

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New 17″ MacBook Pro

Apple Vice-President of Worldwide Marketing Phil Schiller announced the new aluminum unibody 17″ MacBook Pro which, at 2.50cm thick and 2.99 kg, is the thinnest and lightest 17-inch notebook in the world, according to Phil. And a built-in battery that delivers up to eight hours of use and up to 1,000 recharges for more than three times the lifespan of ...

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Follow the Macworld 2009 keynote

The Phil Schiller Macworld 2009 Keynote can be followed at any of the following sites: Mac Observer’s Live Coverage 9to5mac got a 4 in updater. MacRumors Live Engadget live at the Macworld Keynote. Gizmodo’s Keynote liveblog. Follow @macworld on twitter.

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