Money for Apple, an iPhone 4 tripod, Steve Jobs in a track suit, and Microsoft at the Mall highlight today's news round-up.
Major League Baseball announced that it will provide video of postseason games to users of its At Bat 2010 apps and web site for $10.
Apple's own phone service, Google saves unwitting web authors, and this is... CBS! It's the remainders for Friday, and Dan Moren isn't here.
On Thursday, Roku will release the latest versions of its streaming video players.
What do Steve Jobs, Larry Ellison, an accused Apple employee, Mark Zuckerberg, and British Xboxes have in common? Nothing at all, but they were all down in the bottom of Wednesday's remainder bin.
An update to Apple's iWork for iPad apps offer improved file transfer via MobileMe or WebDAV and improved Office import and export features.
Headline writers will focus on the Apple-Adobe squabble over Flash when reporting on the App Store guidelines Apple released Thursday. But Jason Snell says there's more to the story -- namely that the changes unveiled by Apple will go a long way toward making developers feel more comfortable about creating iOS apps.
Apple's fourth-generation iPod shuffle revives the best design the model ever had, with on-device buttons that the now-disgraced third-generation model lacked.
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Join Jason Snell, Chris Breen, Jon Seff, and Dan Frakes as they discuss the Apple Music Event for 2010, including new iPods and the all-new Apple TV.
After Wednesday's Apple media event, we got to spend a little while in a hands-on area adjacent to the Yerba Buena theater with a few dozen members of the media, analysts, VIPs, and—most importantly—new iPods and Apple TVs. Without any further ado, here's what we spotted.
The Macworld team has live coverage of Apple's music event as it happens on Wednesday in San Francisco.