Attending Macworld Expo isn’t just a job, it’s a passion – rounding out our Expo coverage, Adam invites you to tag along during his week at the show and at a pair of Apple Stores. We also share our Macworld Expo superlatives, those products that made the biggest impression on us as we walked the show floor. Finally, if Apple’s conversion of iTools to the fee-based .Mac has you down, the results of last week’s poll show that you’re by no means alone.
To .Mac or Not To .Mac? If the results of our poll asking for your opinions of Apple's charges for .Mac are any indication, Apple will soon be serving somewhere between 20,000 and 30,000 .Mac customers, down from 2,200,000 iTools users
Although the number of exhibitors at Macworld Expo New York might have been lower than some previous years, there was still a lot to see, and a few products jumped out as being worthy of mention.
EyeTV -- El Gato Software, the folks behind Roxio's Toast, had the hit of the show with their new EyeTV, a hardware and software combination that enables your Mac to act like digital video recorders TiVo and ReplayTV
My post-Macworld Expo coverage generally aims at analysis, noting significant trends or themes that help us understand the state of the Mac industry and where it's going