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We recap all the announcements from Apple's WWDC keynote, especially ruminating on what the tethering app will cost for AT&T customers. We also rant a bit about the new prices for current iPhone conferences. And don't forget Snow Leopard people. That lo
CNET's live coverage of the opening keynote address at the Worldwide Developers Conference, during which Apple's Phil Schiller announces the iPhone 3G S.
It seems that thinning down your application for greater performance has finally caught on, and bloat is being stripped away. This year's surprise contender: Norton.
Memeo's new backup software lets businesses remotely manage employee backup.
Well actually, people are made of black holes. But I couldn't do a soylent green reference if I wrote that. we also talk about Natali's Lady Things and the fact that we all wear makeup. Oh and Sony is broke. And Jammie Thomas is going back to court.
A Vietnamese security firm concludes that the Conficker worm has the same root as the Nimda, which the firm believes originated in China.
For the first time, Cakewalk has posted a free trial of its high-end digital audio workstation, Sonar 8.
Apple's preview of the iPhone OS 3.0 software starts at 10 a.m. PDT from its headquarters in Cupertino, and this is the place to be for live coverage.
The second generation of the Kindle e-reader is announced in New York, and CNET News is on site to live-blog the launch.
In January 1984, Steve Jobs--whom I described in my Macintosh review as "Apple's young chairman"--gave me a preview of the original 128K Macintosh. As you can tell from the review, I was very impressed. Thousands of reviews later, I still am.