Macworld / iWorld Opens Registration for 2013 Event

11:42 AM, Oct. 26th, 2012 · · Macworld/iWorld Expo

Macworld / iWorld Expo opened its virtual ticket booth for its January 2013 conference on Thursday. The annual conference and expo includes sessions for new and experienced Mac users, along with sessions for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users, too.

Griffin’s Survivor iPhone 5 Case is Rugged

2:00 PM, Oct. 8th, 2012 · · Macworld/iWorld Expo

Griffin Technology Survivor Case for iPhone 5

Griffin Technology has released the rugged and colorful Survivor case for iPhone 5, complete with belt clip which doubles as another layer of security. There are currently 11 color options and another eight will be available shortly. One problem noted was the difficulty in removing the iPhone from the case.

Bryan Chaffin & Jeff Gamet Interviewed on MacVoices TV

5:19 PM, Feb. 15th, 2012 · · Macworld/iWorld Expo

MacVoices TV

MacVoices TV has posted an interview (see below) with The Mac Observer’s Bryan Chaffin and Jeff Gamet. The interview was filmed by Chuck Joiner during the final minutes of last month’s Macworld | iWorld, complete with the show’s drum circle finale serving as the sound track, and it was the show that was the subject of the interview.

Video: Mac Roundtable Live at Macworld | iWorld 2012

12:06 PM, Feb. 6th, 2012 · · Macworld/iWorld Expo

The Mac Roundtable podcast team, which includes The Mac Observer’s own Jeff Gamet, Dave Hamilton and John F. Braun, spoke in front of a live audience at Macworld | iWorld in January, and now the video of the event is available online.

Macworld|iWorld 2012 Claims 25,000 Attendees, Announces 2013 Schedule

6:59 PM, Jan. 31st, 2012 · · Macworld/iWorld Expo

Macworld | iWorld Show Floor

IDG World Expo announced on Tuesday that some 25,000 people attended Macworld | iWorld 2012. The firm said that 40 percent of those attendees were new to Macworld | iWorld, which used to be called Macworld Conference & Expo. Speaking of the conference side of the show, IDG also said that conference attendance, which is now called “Tech Talks,” rose by an impressive 145 percent.