TMO Opens 2012 Editors Choice Awards Submissions

1:56 PM, Jan. 6th, 2012 · · Macworld/iWorld Expo

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 Expo last year and the start of the show this year.

Macworld 2012 Hotel Deal - Upgraded Rooms At The InterContinental

10:30 AM, Nov. 15th, 2011 · Dave Hamilton .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) · Macworld/iWorld Expo

TMO is the place where you can find hotel deals for Macworld Expo. And while Macworld | iWorld Expo is using a new name this year, we’ve got the same great hotel deal for you: Book through our link and you get a guaranteed upgraded room (larger and with a view) at the InterContinental San Francisco.

Macworld Expo Gets New Name, Opens Registration

9:35 AM, Oct. 26th, 2011 · · Macworld/iWorld Expo

Macworld Expo has a new name this year: Macworld|iWorld. The long-running all-things-Apple conference and expo will still offer plenty of content for Mac users, although the name change is a clear sign that the event will have a strong iPhone, iPad and iPod touch presence, too.

Paul Kent: Macworld Expo 2012 Will Be a Festival

5:38 PM, Aug. 5th, 2011 · · Macworld/iWorld Expo

Macworld 2012

Forget the traditional increasingly stodgy Macworld Expo. The 2012 Expo is going to be something entirely new and different. Call it a “celebration” or a “festival.” Whatever you call it, Macworld Expo 2012 will be an opportunity to get together and “facilitate the joy of being an Apple user,” according to Paul Kent, the man in charge of Macworld, and the subject of this interview with Ted Landau.

Apple Reveals iCloud Logo in WWDC Banner

4:51 PM, Jun. 2nd, 2011 · · Macworld/iWorld Expo

iCloud Banner

Apple hasn’t officially unveiled iCloud, but Doug Bowman saw an iCloud banner that included the logo for the service being hung at Moscone West and he was quick enough to snap a photo. Better yet, he posted it to Twitter, giving us all the tiniest little taste of Apple’s highly anticipated cloud service.