SAN FRANCISCO - Ashton Kutcher and Josh Gad took the stage to kick off Macworld/iWorld Thursday talking about playing Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak in the soon-to-be-released biopic jOBS. The two actors spoke passionately about capturing the essence of the two Steves, rather than the word-for-word history.
Macworld/iWorld is set to kick off in a couple days, which means it's time to close submissions for The Mac Observer's Editors' Choice Awards. Monday, January 28 is the last day companies planning on attending the conference and expo can submit their products for consideration. If your company hasn't submitted its product, app or service yet you still have a few hours left, so hop to it.
Macworld/iWorld is only days away, which means the deadline for The Mac Observer's 2013 Editors' Choice Award submissions is coming up fast. If your company is planning on attending the conference and expo in San Francisco you need to submit your products for consideration by Monday, January 28. We already have lots of great products for our editors to check out and we'd hate to miss out on yours.
Macworld/iWorld 2013 is less than two weeks away, and The Mac Observer will be there to check out all of the great products and events for you. If you're planning on attending the event, you'll have a few chances to meet our staff and even learn a little bit, too, since we'll be sharing our expertise is several conference sessions.
The Mac Observer will once again host its annual Editors' Choice Awards at Macworld / iWorld Expo in January. Our editors will choose what they deem to be the best-of-the-best new Mac, iPhone, iPad and iPod-related products released between Macworld / iWorld last year and the start of the show this year.
Jeff Gamet, The Mac Observer's Managing Editor, will be speaking at the Estes park Internet Computer User Group on Wednesday, January 16, in Estes Park, Colorado. Jeff will talk about this year's Consumer Electronics Show, his experiences at the annual event, what trends to watch in the coming year, and which products were cool or lame.
CES is over, and thank goodness. It's a lot of work, but it's an increasingly important show for Apple's ecosystem even though Apple isn't even there. Having had the weekend to think about this year's event, I thought I'd offer my view from 10,000 feet.
LAS VEGAS - One of the more interesting products this reporter saw at CES was Kogeto's Dot, a lens for your iPhone that allows you to make interactive panoramic videos. That might even be innovative enough to leave you scratching your head, so let us show it to you.
LAS VEGAS - German company ON.EARZ is getting ready to enter the U.S. headphone market with the help of a few names you might know, including AC/DC, Elvis Presley, and James Dean. The company will also be bringing its Swagg line to the States, and we checked out both on the show floor of CES last week in Las Vegas.
LAS VEGAS - We have more photographs from the show floor of CES 2013. In this gallery, Bryan Chaffin shows us Star Trek Mimobots (!!!!), action gear for filming with your iPhone, wooden iPhone cases, and much more.
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