Time may have cemented Steve Jobs' legendary unveiling of the Macintosh on January 24, 1984 as a legendary moment in computer history, but a recently unearthed video shows how the Apple co-founder did it all again less than a week later.
Interesting things are afoot at Apple, and not all of them are originating in Cupertino. As noted by Xconomy (via 9to5Mac), Apple's new Boston office near MIT has suddenly been staffed with speech and voice-recognition specialists formerly employed by VoiceSignal Technologies, leading to speculation that Apple's planning on changes for Siri that entail a shift away from Nuance.
MacTech Boot Camp 2011 kicked off in San Francisco at the end of January to a sold-out crowd, and managed to do the same last week in Dallas. So where is the next event taking place, and how can you attend? We’re glad you asked.