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Macworld: Big on Consumer, Light on Enterprise

At Macworld, Steve Jobs announced a cool (but expensive) cell phone and a device that lets you play your computer video on your TV (this is not an original idea, but my guess is that Apple will just do it better).

Unfortunately, Apple is missing out on a huge opportunity to start pushing Mac back into corporations. Anyone in Cupertino listening?

Posted by Doug Barney on January 10, 2007


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