Macworld/iWorld

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Produced by Boston-based IDG World Expo, Macworld/iWorld is a trade show with conference tracks dedicated to the Apple Macintosh platform.wikipedia
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Stevenote

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Since 1997, the show has been known for its keynote presentations (sometimes called "Stevenotes") by Apple CEO Steve Jobs.
Stevenote is a colloquial term for keynote speeches given by Steve Jobs, former CEO of Apple, at events such as the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference, Macworld Expo, and Apple Expo.

Apple Inc.

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Since 1997, the show has been known for its keynote presentations (sometimes called "Stevenotes") by Apple CEO Steve Jobs. Produced by Boston-based IDG World Expo, Macworld/iWorld is a trade show with conference tracks dedicated to the Apple Macintosh platform.
At the January 1997 Macworld Expo, Jobs announced that Apple would join Microsoft to release new versions of Microsoft Office for the Macintosh, and that Microsoft had made a $150 million investment in non-voting Apple stock.

HyperCard

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The most significant product introduction at the show was Bill Atkinson's HyperCard.
Apple timed its release to coincide with the MacWorld Conference & Expo in Boston, Massachusetts to guarantee maximum publicity.

International Data Group

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Produced by Boston-based IDG World Expo, Macworld/iWorld is a trade show with conference tracks dedicated to the Apple Macintosh platform. Macworld is the most widely read Macintosh magazine in North America and a trademark of Mac Publishing, a wholly owned subsidiary of International Data Group.
IDG World Expo ran E for All, Macworld Conference & Expo, and LinuxWorld Conference and Expo.

Mac Publishing

Macworld is the most widely read Macintosh magazine in North America and a trademark of Mac Publishing, a wholly owned subsidiary of International Data Group.
The announcement of the joint venture occurred just days before the August 1997 Macworld Expo in Boston.

Moscone Center

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The San Francisco event has always been held at the Moscone Center.

Steve Jobs

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Since 1997, the show has been known for its keynote presentations (sometimes called "Stevenotes") by Apple CEO Steve Jobs.
Jobs was both admired and criticized for his consummate skill at persuasion and salesmanship, which has been dubbed the "reality distortion field" and was particularly evident during his keynote speeches (colloquially known as "Stevenotes") at Macworld Expos and at Apple Worldwide Developers Conferences.

Internet Explorer for Mac OS X

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Apple in turn decided Internet Explorer for Mac would be the default browser on Macintosh, while also announcing its collaboration with Microsoft on Java compatibility.
At the 1997 Macworld Expo in Boston, on August 6, Steve Jobs and Bill Gates announced a partnership between Microsoft and Apple.

Rhapsody (operating system)

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Rhapsody (operating system) was being renamed Mac OS X Server and would be released late Third Quarter 1998.
Rhapsody was announced at the MacWorld Expo in San Francisco on January 7, 1997 and first demonstrated at the 1997 Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC).

Macworld

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Macworld is the most widely read Macintosh magazine in North America and a trademark of Mac Publishing, a wholly owned subsidiary of International Data Group.
At one time, the magazine's publisher licensed its name to another IDG subsidiary, IDG World Expo, for the Macworld Conference & Expo (later Macworld/iWorld), which took place every January at the Moscone Convention Center in San Francisco.

Apple Productivity Experience Group

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Steve introduced Ben Waldman, General Manager of the Macintosh Business Unit at Microsoft.
In August 1997, as part of a broader partnership agreement with Apple, Microsoft committed to continue developing and supporting Macintosh software for at least 5 more years, renewing this pledge on January 10, 2006 at the Macworld Conference & Expo.

MacExpo London

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Unlike the larger and more influential MacWorld Conference & Expo held annually in January in California, recently deceased former Apple CEO Steve Jobs did not attend MacExpo for keynote speeches; However, MacExpo remained the largest annual event for the Macintosh and related Apple products in many countries in Europe.

Pirates of Silicon Valley

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In New York, actor Noah Wyle made an appearance during the keynote address, posing as Jobs in a reference to his role in the TV movie Pirates of Silicon Valley.
Next in 1997 with Jobs, returning to Apple, and announcing a new deal with Microsoft at the 1997 Macworld Expo.

NetBoot

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They surrounded it with file service for Macintosh, NetBooting, Apache HTTP Server, WebObjects, and BSD and Java (programming language).
The technology was announced as a part of the original version of Mac OS X Server at Macworld Expo on 5 January 1999.

Connectix Virtual Game Station

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Steve announced that Connectix would be releasing their Virtual Game Station which would turn the Mac into a Sony PlayStation.
It was first released for the Macintosh, in 1999, after being previewed at Macworld/iWorld the same year by Steve Jobs and Phil Schiller.

Aqua (user interface)

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Steve demoed Aqua (user interface).
Aqua was first introduced at the 2000 Macworld Conference & Expo in San Francisco.

IBook

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Steve announced the new consumer portable computer, the iBook.
Putting an end to this speculation, on July 21, 1999, Steve Jobs unveiled the iBook G3 during the keynote presentation of Macworld Conference & Expo, New York City.

Akamai Technologies

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Apple partnered with Akamai Technologies to become a broadcast network.
On July 21, 1999, at Macworld Expo New York, Apple and Akamai announced a strategic partnership to build Apple's new media network, QuickTime TV (QTV), based on QuickTime Streaming Server.

PowerBook

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Outbound Computers demonstrated the first Macintosh-compatible portable computers at the Boston show, preceding Apple's own introduction of the PowerBook by a couple of months.
At the 2006 Macworld Conference & Expo, the MacBook Pro was introduced.

IReview

New tabs included: iReview, iTools (MobileMe), and iCards.
During the 2000 Macworld Conference in San Francisco, Apple CEO Steve Jobs introduced this service along with iTools, which was the free predecessor to Apple's current iCloud subscription service.

Phil Schiller

Philip W. Schiller
Steve introduced Phil Schiller to show some of the features of Mac OS 8.5.
While Jobs was on medical leave Schiller gave several keynotes including Apple's last appearance at Macworld/iWorld on January 6, 2009 and the WWDC keynote on June 8, 2009; both presentations were typically done by Jobs himself.

Microsoft Office

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Microsoft would also make a five-year commitment to release Microsoft Office on the Mac and would release the same number of major releases as on Windows.
Microsoft Office 98 Macintosh Edition was unveiled at MacWorld Expo/San Francisco in 1998.

IPod Shuffle

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The keynote introduced the Mac Mini, iPod shuffle, and iWork.
The first model was announced at the Macworld Conference & Expo on January 11, 2005; the fourth- and final-generation models were introduced on September 1, 2010.

Noah Wyle

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In New York, actor Noah Wyle made an appearance during the keynote address, posing as Jobs in a reference to his role in the TV movie Pirates of Silicon Valley.
Wyle opened the 1999 NY Macworld Expo keynote, initially posing as Apple Inc.'s Steve Jobs.

Power Mac G4

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Steve reviewed the Power Mac G4 and the Apple Cinema Display.
The Power Mac G4 (Gigabit Ethernet) model was introduced at Macworld Expo New York on July 19, 2000; the new revision included dual-processor 450 MHz and 500 MHz versions, and a low-end single CPU 400 MHz model.