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Steve Jobs Keynote Address at MacWorld conference at San Francisco.
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 1/11/2005 10:49:00 PM.

Apple have just begun their MacWorld conference at San Francisco. Previously customers were able to view a live stream of the event but Apple has decided not to stream the keynote until later in the day. So far Steve Jobs has taken to the stage to discuss Apple's retail strategies, iMac G5 and Tiger OSX 10.4. Tiger in on schedule to ship in the first half of 2005 according to Jobs and includes 200 new features.

Like Bill Gates last week (CES 2005), Jobs gets an error on the Tiger OS whilst trying to demo Spotlight.

9:23: Steve has a bug. Tiger just froze up and he had to switch to a new computer.
Moreover ...

A demonstration of Tiger Mail's new capabilities drew applause from the crowd, when Jobs showed a new feature that allows users to view attached photos instantly as a slideshow and easily export to iPhoto using an on-screen icon. Mail appears to have much faster search capabilities, along with smart mailboxes, which provide you with instant search results.

The centerpiece of QuickTime 7, which will debut with Tiger, is the new H.264 video codec -- a scalable, high-quality technology that scales from cell phones to high definition video. H.264 will be used in both competing high definition DVD video formats -- HD DVD and Blu-Ray.

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