Steve Jobs delivered some big news in small packages during his Tuesday morning keynote at Macworld Expo. Small package number one: a flash-based iPod the size of a pack of gum that starts at less than $100. Small package number two: the Mac mini, a 1.25GHz or 1.4GHz G4-powered monitor-less desktop priced at $499 and $599, respectively. But that wasn’t the only news coming out of the keynote—there’s also an update to the iLife suite, new details about OS X Tiger, and a new suite of applications called iWork. And if that’s not enough, Apple also has big plans for high-definition video in 2005. Peter Cohen has all the details in his live keynote coverage. And you can get all the news coming out of the show at our Macworld Expo Hot Topic page.
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