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CEA survey: Americans don't want FM in cell phones

Personally, I'd like to have an FM tuner in my iPhone, but then again, I'm a radio geek, so I guess I'm in the minority. According to a survey from the Consumer Electronics Association, more than half of Americans polled say they don't want an FM tuner in their cell phone. That seems strange to me...

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Apple cancels booth for NAB

If you were planning on Apple pulling something out of its hat on a booth at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Show in Las Vegas in early April, you're going to be disappointed. TVTechnology.com has received confirmation from Apple's Senior Manager of PR Anuj Nayar that the folks from...

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Video pros weigh in on Final Cut Studio 2

I'll admit that some of the new features in Final Cut Studio are a little bit over my head, as a non-pro-video guy. OK, pretty much all the new features are over my head, so I asked a couple of pro-video friends for their expert opinions on the NAB announcements. First, Josh Apter from NYC's...

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Final Cut details released on apple.com

As Scott and the engadget crew at NAB noted earlier, Apple's introduction of Final Cut Studio 2 and Final Cut Server made quite a splash at the keynote presentation. Now that a bit of the dust has settled, apple.com has been updated with product details: Final Cut Studio product page Final Cut...

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Apple NAB event starts, Apple Store down

The NAB event is underway, and Apple has taken the Apple Store down. What could they be updating it with? Soon we shall all know!...

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Apple NAB event today

That's right, kids, Apple is holding a special event today at NAB (the National Association of Broadcasters) get together in Las Vegas. Will they announce something? Will they just show off existing stuff? I have no idea, but considering 8 core Mac Pros were just released I am thinking there won't...

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Apple removes Final Cut Pro crossgrade option

Recently, Apple removed the Universal crossgrade option for the Final Cut Pro Studio suite of applications from its website. Previously, the crossgrade allowed customers to update their copies of software such as Final Cut Pro to Intel-native versions. And most interestingly, this unannounced move...

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Apple NAB lineup and Special Event

Macworld reports that Apple will hold a Special Event on Sunday the 15th of April during the upcoming National Association of Broadcasters trade show. There are no details as yet as to what will be announced, but one guesses the event will have to do with Apple's suite of post-production video...

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17 inch MacBook Pro: a video pro's dream

Philip Michaels thinks that the new 17 inch MacBook Pro is aim squarely at video/design professionals, and I have to agree. He notes the release date coincided with NAB (the National Association of Broadcasters conference) which is a good start. The larger screen is of obvious appeal to folks...

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