OK, it happened, just like the analysts said. Jobs announced an Intel-inside Mac laptop, called the MacBook Pro, and an Intel-inside iMac, which no analysts were expecting. Also, no iPods--but one item likely to be glossed over is the new FM tuner and remote control adapter for iPods, which costs a somewhat whopping $49. The new iLife looks pretty cool, and there's a new, dead-simple Web-building program called iWeb that's sure to appeal to teen types (or anyone not into HTML writing, Web scripting, or owning their own domain name) looking for a My First Web Site-type experience. Follow CNET's coverage here and on the Alpha blog.