It was inevitable that the press and blogosphere would speculate about Steve Jobs’ health, following Apple’s Macworld announcement, but the only thing clear about the news is that Macworld’s health isn’t looking good – consider: Macworld without Apple and Adobe as primary participants?…
Tuesday’s announcement was a clear blow to IDG, a technology media company based in Framingham, Mass., that has been staging Macworld since 1984. This year’s conference has already been hit by the news that several large companies, including Belkin, a computer accessories maker, and Adobe, the software publisher, would be scaling back their presence at the show for economic reasons.
Apple’s Chief to Skip Macworld, Fueling Speculation - NYTimes.com
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