Apple is absent, but the show must go on at the 2010 Macworld Conference & Expo in San Francisco.
A few thousand attendees descended on Moscone Center in San Francisco this week for the Macworld Conference & Expo, but there is something missing from this year's show: Apple.
Without the opening keynote by Apple CEO Steve Jobs, who introduced the iPhone at Macworld 2007, the event seems to be lacking some of the sparkle it once had, but, as they say, the show must go on.
There was still plenty to see, though: flashy cases for your iPhone or iPod, as well as speakers and headphones.
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