Just a reminder: I’ll be at Facebook HQ on Wednesday morning at 10am PT and will liveblog its event at technologizer.com/facebookevent. According to TechCrunch’s Michael Arrington, the news–part of it, at least–involves Skype video chat integrated into Facebook.
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Is Facebook going to announce an iPad app next week? I hope so. If it does, I’ll be among the first to know, because I’m attending the company’s press event–as usual, involving unspecified news–at its headquarters in Palo Alto on Wednesday, July 6th at 10am. And I’ll liveblog the news as I get it at technologizer.com/facebookevent. Hope to see you there.
I’m at Yerba Buena Center for Google’s Inside Search event–liveblogging is commencing now at technologizer.com/insidesearch.
I’ll be at San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Gardens on Tuesday morning at 9:30am to liveblog Google’s “Inside Search” event. You can come hang out with me and get the news as it develops at technologizer.com/insidesearch, and I hope you do…
Google is holding its annual IO developer conference this week in San Francisco, and while there are no guarantees about what it’ll share–the company apparently won’t have any big social-networking news, and I ran into a Google staffer who told me not to expect an avalanche of announcements–it is planning keynotes on both Tuesday and Wednesday. And I’ll be at both and will provide live coverage.
Keynote one in on Tuesday, May 10th at 9am PT. Go to technologizer.com/googlekeynote1 for coverage.
Keynote two is on Wednesday, May 11th at 9:30am PT. That one will be at technologizer.com/googlekeynote2.
See you at either or both of these, I hope!
We’re live from Cupertino! Join us at Technologizer.com/macfuture.
Once again, Apple will be Webcasting its Mac event today, albeit in a form only viewable on Apple devices. I recommend watching it if you can–but don’t forget to come hang out and discuss the news at our liveblog coverage.
Quick reminder: I’ll be in Cupertino Wednesday morning at 10am PT for Apple’s “Back the Mac” press confab. We know that the company will talk about OS X for the first time, and everyone seems to assume there will be a new MacBook Air (or two) as well. I predict a surprise, too–mainly because I’d like to see one.
Join me at technologizer.com/macfuture, won’t you? And tell your friends…
Apple is holding a media event next Wednesday at 10am PT at its headquarters in Cupertino. Its invite is–for Apple–relatively non-cryptic: The event is called Back to the Mac, and Apple promises a look at “what’s new for the Mac…including a sneak peek of the next major version of Mac OS X.”
I’ll be in the audience that morning liveblogging my heart out. You can join me at technologizer.com/macfuture, and I hope you will.
Meanwhile, we have a week to muse about what the future holds for Apple’s operating system. It’s been almost exactly three years since OS X 10.5 Leopard was released–back in a very different era for Apple. (The iPhone had just barely shipped and wasn’t yet a platform for third-party apps; the iPad as we know it may not even have been a glint in Steve Jobs’s eye.)
Last year’s 10.6 Snow Leopard was almost entirely about modernization below the surface, not new features. And if past Apple practice holds true this time around, it’ll be well into 2011 before Lion, or whatever it’s called, shows up. So the time would be right for a major upgrade–one which aims to keep the Mac relevant for a long time to come. That’s what I’m rooting for, anyhow, and I’ll share my wish list before the event happens.
Mac users, what do you want to see in a big new OS X update?
I’m heading to New York for the official launch of Windows Phone 7, cohosted by Microsoft and AT&T, and will liveblog the news as it happens at technologizer.com/windowsphone7. There are still quite a few days about the phones that haven’t been announced, so it should be a good time–even if the rumors of tablet-related surprises don’t pan out.
Coverage begins at 9:30am (that’s eastern time, unlike most of our live events). Hope to see you there!