The Mount Techmore of tech columnists: David Pogue (NY Times), Ed Baig (USA Today), Steven Levy (Wired) and Walt Mossberg (WSJ and All Things Digital).
Inside Yerba Buena Center for the Arts for the Apple "Let's Rock" event.
Steve Jobs, in his first public appearance since his liver transplant, takes the stage.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs introduces iTunes 9.
First look at iTunes 9.
Jobs introduces one of iTunes 9's new features--Genius mixes.
Endless combinations of songs.
More about Genius mixes and its ability to group together songs that sound great together.
Jobs, on stage, detailing the new iTunes 9 interface.
iTunes 9 also has a new interface that allows you to organize your iPhone screen from within iTunes.
Re-arranging your iPhone from iTunes makes it a whole lot simpler.
Jobs talks about sharing media among home computers with iTunes 9.
Up close with Jobs and iTunes 9.
Jobs introduces iTunes LP, which bundles album purchases with liner notes, art, videos, etc.
iTunes LP is the rumored "Cocktail" album bundle feature.
Showcasing the new iTunes Store interface.
New sharing capabilities--share on Facebook or Twitter.
Posting an album to a Facebook profile.
A screen from iTunes LP--the presentation team is beginning to date itself.
Photos, videos, extra tracks on iTunes LP.
Movies are also getting the special treatment--a new feature called "Apple Extras." It adds iTunes LP-like features to movie purchases.
Downloaded movies now have more DVD-like features.
Jobs introduces Apple SVP Phil Schiller to talk about the iPod.
Schiller takes the stage to talk about the iPod.
Apple's cumulative iPod sales are impressive--and growing.
73.9 percent of the portable music players out there are iPods.
As you can see, Microsoft claims 1.1 percent of that market.
20 million iPod Touches sold.
Netbooks are great, but they don't fit in your pocket. A little poke at Dell.