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Macworld Is Weird Now

I love Macworld Expo. I’ve gone more years than I haven’t out of the last dozen. But for most of those years, Apple was presenting. That’s changed.

At Least Office For Mac Has *Four* People Who Love It...

So the preceding tweet from Office for Mac’s official Twitter account asked for Macworld attendees to swing by the Microsoft booth and say “I love Office for Mac”, but to an uninformed reader, that reads like something else entirely. [ChrisPhin]

Is Apple Going To CES? Part XVII

The WSJ says they totally are. Ryan Block says that the WSJ is full of shit. But wait, haven’t we had this conversation before? Like, a few times?

Is CES Still Trying To Seduce Apple?

Apple announced this year that they would no longer attend the decade-old Macworld conference, leading some to speculate that the company would shift their focus to CES. Well, the CEA is now shifting their focus to Apple, but why?

NBC's Chuck Parodies MacWorld With Chevy Chase As Steve Jobs

MacWorld and our good buddy Stevesie are ripe for parody, and NBC’s comedy-with-stuff-blowing-up Chuck has stepped up to the plate. Check out the clip below, it’s got some great zingers.

The Dates Are Set for Macworld 2010

Even though Apple has pulled out of Macworld, IDG has again confirmed that the show will go on by booking the Moscone Centre from February 9 – 13, 2010 (that’s about one month later than usual, meaning that Macworld will no longer compete with CES for the public’s attention). [Macworld via MacRumors]

Roundup: The Best of CES/Macworld 2009, All In One Place

The biggest news week of the year in gadgets is now over. Here’s a full guide to our coverage of both Macworld and CES 2009 with everything you need to know.

Apple Going to CES Next Year, Source Says

A Cult of Mac source says that Apple will “go large” at CES next year, replacing Macworld. Wait, didn’t Apple just say that they were killing Macworld because they think trade shows are irrelevant?

Kensington SlimBlade Trackball Built to Handle Digital Content

A trackball? In 2009? Indeed, Kensington is going retro with a new design that they claim is the first to “allow users to navigate and manipulate digital content through the ball itself.”

Modbook Pro Is Secret Son of an iPod Touch and a MacBook Pro

No XL iPod touch pro or fabled Apple tablets at the Philnote. Too bad, because I want one badly. Maybe the new pen and touch-enabled Modbook Pro will do.

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