It's really the networks that are the bottleneck at this point, ... the digital networks are not really built up yet.

There is a long future ahead for the Mac. I don't think Apple would switch to a new processor core if they weren't looking to carry the Mac ahead for the foreseeable future.

At this point, the state of the online media market is immature enough that they are still a physical goods company and a company that is driven by great engineering and integration. They are still deriving the majority of their revenue from the hardware. I don't think the content is driving the hardware, yet.

The first wave, which Puma pioneered, was device-to-device synchronization, trying to support as many different PC applications as possible.

I don't think there's any way of slowing down these things until there's some way for consumers to authenticate where e-mail comes from.

In the weeks leading up to the Super Bowl, there's a lot of promotions.

Disney is already an early supporter of Apple's video efforts.

There are two stories in this market. The first is the 'dorm room' application, which gives users the opportunity to enjoy media using their computer from across the room. The second is having more integration with the television—that would be the next step for Apple.