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We got the Justin.tv cam ready to go and we're going to walk you through the latest offerings at Macworld 2008 between 11 a.m. and 12 p.m. PST. In-depth looks at the MacBook Air, Time Capsule, Apple TV Take 2 and the new iPhone firmware can all be expected. Stay tuned.

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7:39 am ON Jan 15 2008

Jason Chen: Gizmodo Live at Macworld 2008 Keynote. The keynote starts Tuesday, January 15 @ 9:00 AM PST (12:00 PM EST), but we're going to start liveblogging hours before that, giving you color commentary on the area, the attendees, and any secrets we can glean from uncovered banners.

7:59 am ON Jan 15 2008

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We're here! It's dreary as hell (even for San Francisco standards), but we're here, in line, waiting for the keynote to start. There's definitely something in the air, but to us it smells like the pungent desperation of various media types who were forced to wake up at way too early.

8:02 am ON Jan 15 2008

Jason Chen: Crazy. Instead of a Pikmin-like blob of people massed outside the giant aluminum shutters, we've actually got an orderly line.

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And here's it is. $5 if you can spot Mossy/Waldo.

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Jason Chen:

And since there's no comment field here in the liveblog proper, feel free to discuss the upcoming proceedings over on the other liveblog post.

8:17 am ON Jan 15 2008

Jason Chen: We see all our normal friends here: Wired, Ars...I guess that's all the people I know. OH, Macrumors. Can't forget them.

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Someone's excited about what Steve's going to announce today.

8:36 am ON Jan 15 2008

Jason Chen: Top 3 guesses on what's going to be announced today. My guess: new laptop, Apple TV media news and Apple buying out Diebold and leading the way to electronic voting we can trust. Put your guess in the comments.

8:44 am ON Jan 15 2008

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There's Something in the Air Update 1: The orderly line has dissolved into a scene outside Britney's first car-cooter-exposure: everyone's in a mob, pushing each other around with cameras, randomly shooting a shot off hoping to get something worth publishing. What's in the air? Sweat. And greed. And more than a little desperation.

8:46 am ON Jan 15 2008

Jason Chen: Lightning Review. The Gadget: The food.

The Verdict: The orange juice dispensed from a water cooler is classy, but the blueberry scones put it over the top. Definitely worth the money ($0) we paid.

8:59 am ON Jan 15 2008

Jason Chen: Update 2: Mark here, we are trading off the duties of "laptop bitch," making one another hold the computer so we don't need to risk life, limb and foul-smelling crotch on the floor to bring you these updates.

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Jason Chen: We're in! We've done this many times now, so we can safely say that Coldplay is the band Apple designates as the official soundtrack to the "running of the media" every single time.

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Jason Chen: It's 9:02, people are still filing in, so it's going to be a minute or two before the keynote gets started. Can you taste it? CAN YOU SMELL IT!?

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Jason Chen: Steve's added a new song to his playlist this year. Kanye. No one can say Steve Jobs doesn't care about black iPods.

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Jason Chen: Here's a question for you: do you like the Macworld keynote during CES like last year, or after CES like this year?

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Jason Chen: Still no Steve, but Feist's 1 2 3 4 is on. And the lights are dimming! Exciting!

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Jason Chen: Steve's most likely waiting for Feist to end. Nobody cuts off Feist...bitch.

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Jason Chen: It's starting! A new Mac vs. PC commercial: Happy New Year 2008. And Steve Jobs takes the stage.

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Jason Chen: "Welcome to Macworld 2008. We've got some great stuff for you. There's clearly some great stuff in the air today."

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Jason Chen: Steve's taking us on a retrospective of 2007. iPhone, iPod, etc. He's thanking everyone for an extraordinary 2007.

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Jason Chen: He has four things he wants to talk to us about today. The first is Leopard. Over 5 million copies sold, and about 20% of Mac OS X's install base has upgraded to Leopard. Now Steve's quoting Mossberg, Pogue, Ed Baig and PC Magazine for quotes on Leopard. Two thumbs up, as it were.

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Jason Chen: Time Machine: Leopard works great with a desktop machine, but it doesn't work well with laptops because you have to keep plugging and unplugging a USB drive. Now he's introducing a new backup station with 802.11n and server-grade backup station. It's an AirPort Extreme station with ports in the back, allowing you to back up your macs wirelessly to Time Capsule.

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Jason Chen: Time Capsule will be sold in a 500GB version and a 1TB version for $299 and $499. It ships February. It also looks exactly like an Airport Extreme, except with different ports on the back.

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Jason Chen: And that's the first thing! The second thing: The iPhone. Today is exactly the 200th day that the iPhone has been on sale. Apple has sold 4 million iPhones to date, which means 20,000 iPhones sold per day on average. What does this mean compared to the overall smartphone market?

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Jobs: Joo! (Boom substitute),

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Jason Chen: And today, he's introducing new iPhone features:

Maps with locations, webclips, customizable home screens, SMS multiple people at once, chapters, subtitles, and language support in video, and lyrics support in audio.

9:30 am ON Jan 15 2008

Jason Chen: Here are the numbers for the iPhone's first full quarter of shipping (Q3 2007). RIM has 39%, Apple has 19.5%, Palm has 9.8%, Motorola has 7.4%. In just one quarter, they managed to grab second place.

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Jason Chen: Webclips: On the iPhone's Safari browser, just pick out a website, hit the "+" button, and hit "Add to home screen", and it'll be added as an icon on your home screen. Hit the button from the home screen and it'll fire up Safari and take you there. You can even customize the shortcut to a specific part of the web page.

9:33 am ON Jan 15 2008

Jason Chen: Rearranging icons: Hold down an icon and all the icons on the screen jitter (the leak was right!), allowing you to drag stuff around to rearrange. You can now have 9 different screens to hold all your apps or webclips (internet shortcuts).

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Jason Chen: All these updates are available today, for free, for all iPhone users.

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Jason Chen: So how do you get locations without GPS? Apple's partnering with Google and Skyhook. Google helps you triangulate cellphone towers, and Skyhook helps you triangulate Wi-Fi data. When you go past a Wi-fi hotspot or a cell tower, the phone remembers the data and uses it to calculate where you are.

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Jason Chen: How about the iPod touch? They're adding Mail, Maps, Stocks, Notes and Weather. For existing iPod touch users, it will cost $20. If you buy a new iPod touch, it'll be free and built-in.

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Jason Chen: Multiple recipient SMS: Just as you'd expect. Pick different recipients at the top, type stuff, hit send. It's also customized for the iPhone's "conversations" because it remembers all the recipients under that one "conversation", so you can send multiple messages to the same people easily.

9:38 am ON Jan 15 2008

Jason Chen: The third thing Steve's talking about today: iTunes. They've sold 4 billion songs, 125 million TV shows and 7 million movies. TV shows and movies have sold more than "everyone else put together", but "did not meet our expectations". "There's a better way to deliver movies over the internet." What is it? iTunes Movie Rentals.

9:38 am ON Jan 15 2008

Jason Chen: Here are the studios involved: Touchstone, Miramax, MGM, New Line, Lion's gate, Fox, WB, Disney, Paramount, Universal and Sony. What's missing?

9:39 am ON Jan 15 2008

Jason Chen: Steve says "We have every major studio", and that they'll have all the great first-run films.

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Jason Chen: 1000 films by February, and movies will be available 30 days after the DVD release. You can watch them anywhere: Macs, PCs, iPods and iPhone. You can watch instantly, meaning streaming. You'll have 30 days to "start" watching it, and then 24 hours to "finish" watching it once you've started to watch it. You can watch the first half on your computer, transfer the movie to your iPod, then watch the rest of the movie on the airplane. Here's the cost.

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9:43 am ON Jan 15 2008

Jason Chen: Old releases: $2.99. New releases: $3.99.

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Jason Chen: iTunes movie rentals launches today, and it's a free software update for iTunes. Free update for iPods and iPhones in order to support this. Support for the US comes today, but international support comes later this year.

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Jason Chen: But how about the AppleTV? It was designed to be an accessory for iTunes, but people wanted it to be "movies, movies, movies". Here's AppleTV, take 2. It still syncs with your computer, but no computer is required for AppleTV. You can rent movies directly onto your AppleTV and watch them on your HDTV. You can rent in either SD quality or HD Quality with 5.1 surround sound.

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Jason Chen: You can also view audio and video podcasts on the AppleTV, photos from Flickr or .Mac, YouTube videos (>50 Million), Buy TV shows and music (which will be streamed back to your computer), or play iTunes content & photos streamed from your computer.

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Jason Chen: HD Rentals pricing: $3.99 for old titles and $4.99 for new titles. $1 more than SD.

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Jason Chen: There's a new interface for AppleTV (picture coming in a sec). The UI is centered around the movie rental experience.

9:48 am ON Jan 15 2008

Jason Chen: HD Rentals pricing: $3.99 for old titles and $4.99 for new titles. $1 more than SD.

9:49 am ON Jan 15 2008

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Jason Chen: Steve's demo-ing a sample movie, Blades of Glory. Once you've queued up enough of the movie, AppleTV will pop up a message saying that it's ready to play. He says it usually takes about 30 seconds before something's ready to play.

9:51 am ON Jan 15 2008

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Jason Chen: He's now showing a scene from Die Hard, featuring Justin Long (the Mac guy).

9:51 am ON Jan 15 2008

Jason Chen: Damn, they cut it off right before Justin Long came in!

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Jason Chen: Now Steve is demoing podcasts and music video downloading. Podcasts queue up and stream just like you'd expect, and music videos work the same way they do on iTunes on your PC.

9:55 am ON Jan 15 2008

Jason Chen: Fake Steve is also liveblogging this AS REAL STEVE, which may or may not blow your mind. Check it out.

9:56 am ON Jan 15 2008

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Jason Chen: Slideshows stream directly off the .Mac servers, which means you may be able to view your friends' pictures directly on your TV.

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Jason Chen: Flickr: You can view a friend's pictures, or even their friends' photos. Of course, this is all set to music from your own iTunes library. Uh oh, tech demo problem alert! No photos, just music. The screen is blank (because of flickr). WE SWEAR IT'S NOT US.

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Boom count: 1

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Jason Chen: Apple TV: The new software will be available via free software upgrade, which means you don't need to purchase a new box. Nice!

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Jason Chen: New pricing as well. It's $299 now, but they're kicking it down to $229 starting today. They're shipping the free software update to existing owners and new units in just 2 weeks. (Polite applause follows.)

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Jason Chen: "The first studio that signed up with us for iTunes movie rentals was 20th Century Fox". Now, he's introducing Jim Gianopulos, the Chairman & CEO of Fox. Jim's taking the stage and talking about movies and business.

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Jason Chen: Non-Steve Jobs intermission, essentially. Jim, the Fox CEO is talking about formats, and business models, and giving people choices. "The next format will be Blu-ray, apparently."

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Jason Chen: We were right! Jim says his movies will have a free iTunes version of the movie residing on the DVD that you can transfer onto your portable devices by copying it over. The first movie that has this: Family Guy's Blue Harvest, their Star Wars parody episode.

10:08 am ON Jan 15 2008

Jason Chen: And now the fourth thing they want to talk about today. "There's something in the air. What is it?" MacBooks, apparently!

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Jason Chen: Today they're introducing a third kind of notebook, MacBook Air. "It's the world's thinnest notebook."

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Jason Chen: What does this mean? The Sony TZ series are thin. "We looked at all of them out there. They generally weigh about 3 pounds." In Sony's case, it weighs 3 pounds, 0.8-1.2 inches thick, and a 11-12 inch display. They also have miniature keyboards, and they don't "run them as fast as they could."

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Jason Chen: Thinness: MacBook air goes from 0.76 inches down to 0.16 inches at the thin end. The thickest part is thinner than the Sony TZ Series. 0.76 vs. 0.8. It's so thin, it even fits inside a vanilla envelope. Steve whips out a manilla envelope.

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Jason Chen: Out comes the MacBook Air. It's silver (aluminum?), has black keys, is super super thin, and Steve can hold it easily with his fingertips. "It's the world's thinnest notebook," he reiterates. It has a 13.3-inch widescreen display. "And the display is gorgeous." It's an LED backlit display that's instant-on. It also has a built-in iSight camera, and a full-sized keyboard. Backlit too, with a trackpad and multi-touch gesture support on the trackpad.

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Jason Chen: You can turn on different types of gestures in the settings, like moving around a window with your finger, panning around a photo with two fingers, rotate a photo by twisting a finger, swipe between photos with three figners, and zoom in and out with pinching.

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Jason Chen: "How did we fit a Mac in here?"

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Jason Chen: Here's what's inside. 1.8-inch hard drives, like in the iPods. There's also an optional 64GB solid state disk. What else is in there? A complete Mac board, which is a little wider than the length of a pencil.

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Jason Chen: Here's the CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo Inside, 1.6 GHz standard, with a 1.8GHz upgrade available. Apple asked Intel to shrink their Core 2 Duo processors down to a package 60% smaller in order to fit it inside the MacBook Air. And here's Intel's CEO Paul Otellini to talk about it.

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Jason Chen: Paul says: The CPU is the width of a dime, the thickness of a nickel, and we didn't think we could do it.

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Jason Chen: The other features: flip-down door that has USB 2, microDVI port, and a headphone jack. The other side is a MagSafe connector. As for wireless, it's got 802.11n WiFi and Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR. It doesn't have an optical drive internal, but you can buy a separate USB-powered SuperDrive that's especially made for the MacBook Air. $99.

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Jason Chen: What do you do with an optical drive? Play movies, install software, make backups, burn CDs. What's Apple's alternative? iTunes movie rentals, Time Capsule for backups, iPods for listening to stuff in your car, and a new feature called "Remote Disc" for installing stuff via CDs and DVDs.

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Jason Chen: Remote Disc: Special software loaded on other machines with optical drives that allows MacBook Air to borrow their drives to install things from CDs/DVDs. You can even borrow drives from PCs.

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Jason Chen: Battery life: With Wi-Fi on, browsing the web, you get 5 hours of battery life.

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Jason Chen: MacBook Air Price: $1799. Ships in two weeks. You can pre-order online now.

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Jason Chen: So to recap, here are the features. 3.0 pounds, 0.16 -0.76 inches, 13.inch display, full-sized keyboard, multi-touch gestures, iSight, 1.6GHz Core 2 Duo standard, 2GB memory standard, 80GB hard drive standard (64GB SSD optional), 802.11n Wi-Fi standard, Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR standard, and MagSafe.

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Jason Chen: Steve just threw up a new ad showing off the MacBook Air, using the same MANILLA envelope technique he used earlier.

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Jason Chen: And here are the details on the MacBook Air that eco-fanatics care about. It's got an Aluminum case, and a mercury-free and arsenic-free glass display. The circuit boards are BFR free and PVC free. The packaging has 56% less volume than the regular MacBook. ARE YOU HAPPY NOW?!

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Jason Chen: To recap on what he's talked about today. 1) Time Capsule, the wireless backup utility. 2) iPhone update and iPod Touch update. 3) AppleTV + iTunes movie rentals. 4) MacBook Air.

"All this stuff in the first two weeks, and we've got 50 more weeks in the year to go."

10:32 am ON Jan 15 2008

Jason Chen: And for the entertainment at Today's keynote, Randy Newman.

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Jason Chen: Randy's singing a song about America, the president, and comparing them to Hitler and Stalin. USA! USA! USA!!!!!

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Jason Chen: "It pisses me off a little that the Supreme Court is going to outlive me." What the crap is he singing about? We have no idea. We think he's gone nuts.

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Jason Chen: The first song's over, but now Randy Newman's just riffing about random stuff. The next song is from Toy Story. Randy says he wrote another song to go with the love scene between Buzz and Woody, but the scene was cut. This guy is blowing our minds right now.

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Jason Chen: Aaaand it's over. Holy crap. Who knew Randy Newman, the guy who makes the songs your kids play over and over and over again, would sing such crazy crap about our government?

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Jason Chen: And it's over! Thanks to everyone for reading, and check Gizmodo's main page for hands-on updates VERY soon. See everyone shortly. -Jason, Mark, Brian and Adrian

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Jason Chen: We've got hands-on of the MacBook Air here.

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Jason Chen: We've got hands-on of Time Capsule here as well.

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Jason Chen: Here's hands-on of the gesture pad on the MacBook Air.

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Jason Chen: And our AppleTV take two impressions.

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Jason Chen: We also discovered the MacBook Air's fatal flaw.

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Jason Chen: And our hands-on video and impressions of the iPhone 1.1.3 firmware.