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Tuesday, January 6, 2009

MacWorld basically over

They showed a new 17" Macbook, a bunch of software, said they'll be beta testing "", an online office application that will compete with Google Docs.

They unveiled new tiered pricing for iTunes, $.69 for bad DRM songs, $.99 for DRM protected good songs and $1.29 for higher encoding DRM-free.

I think the iPhone can download music directly now.

More significantly, they did not refresh any of the hardware lines as expected nor did they show a new operating system revision.

The stock probably goes down.

(I'm short some.)

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