Steve Job's WWDC Keynote Address
Written by Erik Neff   
Tuesday, 08 August 2006
Yesterday, Steve Jobs gave a very fascinating 90-minute keynote address at the WWDC, which detailed a barrage of new technologies Apple has been working on.

The most revolutionary of those technologies is without a doubt the application called "Time Machine".  It is one of a very small number of applications that implements a 3-D interface, but is actually more user-friendly than any similar 2-D offerings available.  It is essentially a backup-up utility with the enhancement of being able to easily locate lost files that were backed up in the past within this 3-D environment.

To view the entire keynote address, click the link below.  FYI: The demo of Time Machine occurs at around the 37'th minute.

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 08 August 2006 )
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