Apple event today: "Back to the Mac"
Check Apple's website around 1 pm Eastern/10 am Pacific for a live video feed of the company's "Back to the Mac" press event. Unfortunately, you can only watch the live video on a Safari browser or an iOS (iPhone, Touch) device.
(Sheesh -- get OVER yourselves, Apple. Make it available through other browsers. So lame.)
Rumors about that the company will release updates to its ultra-thin MacBook Air laptop computer and its iLife software suite -- and maybe even preview a new operating system, allegedly called "Lion." Boy Genius Report, a tech site, also did some sleuthing and discovered that Apple's own discussion forums had been prepared for several new products, including a mystery one.
Apple events are closely watched by geeks around the world, partly because the company -- and its CEO Steve Jobs -- can keep secrets pretty well and put on a good show when it's time to release products. Apparently bookmakers have started placing odds on what will be announced. This is too much.
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