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Watch this space folks -- it's the end of an era. Apple has just issued a press release stating that this coming MacWorld in January will be its last, and Steve Jobs won't be on hand to say goodbye. Instead, Phil Schiller will be heading up the proceedings, thus marking a quiet end to a conference

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Are you a CEO hoping to \"step it up,\" \"knock it out of the park,\" and generally \"take it to the bridge\" -- old-school style -- but you can't seem to work the magic? Well, BusinessWeek has got just the thing for you: a ten-point plan on how to deliver a presentation like our main man, Steve Jobs. Br

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In the same town-hall session where he announced that every Apple employee would be getting a free 8GB iPhone, Steve Jobs discussed his thoughts and plans for the company's latest device, talked about new Mac systems and iPods on the way, and detailed the ever-broadening business model of Apple. Jo

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As the days grow longer and Mother Nature finishes shaking off the last remnants of a cold, dark winter, a young man's fancy naturally turns to Apple's upcoming Worldwide Developers Conference starting June 11th, and if a recent update to the gathering's official site proves accurate, this year's k

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Well now we know that iTV has officially become Apple TV. It's real folks: we got 802.11 b/g AND 802.11n, USB 2.0, Ethernet, WiFi, HDMI, bunch of standard outs, plus a 40GB hard drive -- all powered by an Intel CPU. So resolution is only 720p -- looks like a few folks are gonna be out of luck, but

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In just 24 hours we should know exactly what Stevie J. has in store for us, so we're giving you a final chance to put forth your Macworld predictions and prove once and for all how good (or bad) you are at prognosticating. The smart money is on them introducing a phone of some kind, as well as givi

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