Steve Jobs has spoken, and this special edition of the Macworld Podcast tries to put all the news coming out of the Apple CEO’s Macworld Expo keynote.
I’m joined by editorial director Jason Snell and senior editors Rob Griffiths and Dan Frakes to walk through Jobs’ keynote announcement-by-announcement so that we can hopefully provide you with some more background on Tuesday’s developments.
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You’ll find all our Expo coverage at the Macworld Expo topic page. That includes our news articles on the MacBook Air, the revamped Apple TV, the Time Capsule wireless backup device, and iTunes movie rentals.
Among our panelists, Rob Griffiths has shared his thoughts on movie rentals and the cohesive theme of the keynote elsewhere on the sight. And Jason Snell had some hands on time with the MacBook Air.
Speaking of that ultra-thin device, be sure to glance at the Expo keynote video that shows Steve Jobs demonstrating MultiTouch gestures on the MacBook Air’s trackpad. (You can watch the full keynote at Apple’s Web site.
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