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During a Sept. 12, 2006 event in San Francisco, Apple Computer CEO Steve Jobs shows off a new wireless device, code-named iTV, that lets consumers stream movies or music to televisions. Jobs promised the device for 2007.\r\n
At the Aug. 7 event, Apple CEO Steve Jobs announced, "Today, the Power Mac is going to fade into history." Then Philip Schiller, Apple's senior vice president of worldwide product marketing, shows off the new Mac Pro based on Intel's Xeon 5100 processor, code-named Woodcrest.
With Apple TV, you can stream music and movies from any iOS device to your television without any cables. Sharon Vaknin shows you how.
At the Apple Showtime event in San Francisco on September 12, 2006, CEO Jobs announced, as anticipated, movie downloads through iTunes. He said a full-length movie could be downloaded within a half-hour for those with speedy broadband. He also detailed pr
Apple CEO Steve Jobs shows off the latest redesign of the company's smallest iPod line at its September 2010 music event Wednesday in San Francisco. Finger controls are back by popular demand to go along with voice over and playlist features.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs shows off the latest redesign of the iPod Nano at its September 2010 music event Wednesday in San Francisco. The new Nano features a touch screen, eliminating the buttons from the previous version.
At Macworld 2007 in San Francisco, Apple Computer CEO Steve Jobs unveils the new Apple phone. The mobile device has built-in features such as music and video playback, plus Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and a digital camera. The 4GB version is priced at $499 with a tw
At San Francisco's Moscone Center, Apple Computer CEO Steve Jobs opens Macworld 2007 by unveiling Apple TV. The new box will allow five computers to connect to the device, creating a hub for the digital living room.
Apple Computer CEO Steve Jobs presented new Nanos to the crowd at Apple's showcase in San Francisco on September 12, 2006. The new Nanos will come in three models--a 2GB in silver only; a 4GB in silver, blue, pink, and green; and an 8GB in black only.
At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Microsoft chairman Bill Gates touts the Portable Media Center, a pocket-size device that plays music, movies, TV shows and other content.