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CES is a fading memory, and Macworld Expo is right around the corner. So how do the two events stack up? CES is larger, both in terms of physical size, attendance (upwards of 170,000 people attended the show), and media coverage.
So what's a Macworld Expo to do? Even though Macworld Expo wins at its depth of Apple coverage -- which is huge -- the two events are running neck-and-neck in the "being overshadowed by looming Apple announcements" department, so if Macworld Expo wants to compete with -- and exceed -- CES, they're going to have to dig deep, and up their game.
Macworld Expo '11 in January will be home to the 12th in a series of group Macworld events organized by the User Group Advisory Board. During the User Group Reunion 2011, conference goers will be able to see old friends and make new ones, enjoy refreshments, see highlights of past user group gathers, and enjoy many fun surprises.
Even though iPhone maker Apple doesn’t take part, Mobile World Congress is the largest mobile device trade show in the world, held annually in Barcelona, Spain. When the next event launches in February, 2011, iOS will get at least some kind of presence thanks to the first-ever Macworld Mobile.
Before Steve turned it into his personal showcase and the Apple booth
had to be draped in black curtains, Macworld was a place for fans and
professionals to share ideas free from the prying eyes of PC users,
where product announcements were welcome but not necessary, and the
keynote was the least interesting part of the show.
On February 9, 2010, thousands of Mac enthusiasts will gather together,
as they do every year, for the annual rite of passage known as the
Macworld Expo. They’ll get their badges, wait in line for seats to the
keynote speech, and then a funny thing will happen. Apple CEO Steve
Jobs will not appear. In fact, no Apple executive will appear on
stage--for the first time since 1997.
We have received word from the most reliable source in the technology world, really the only source in the technology world, that Bill Gates is teaming up with Apple. This could only mean the eminent destruction of Apple.
The first Apple-less Macworld Expo will have all kinds of wacky changes, we're sure. First of all, no Apple, which you already knew. But secondly, it's in February, not January. And third, there'll be a Saturday session. See? Wacky! Find out more after the jump...