SLIDESHOW

Highlights from Macworld Expo 2010

A closer look at the gear, gadgets, speakers, and software from Macworld Expo 2010.

Guy Kawasaki Sits Down with Developers

Guy Kawasaki kicked off day two of Macworld Expo by talking to a handful of Mac and iPhone developers, including Jack Dorsey from Square, Steven Echtman from Hear Planet, Oliver Breidenbach from Boinx Software, Florian Voss from Microsoft, and Bill Atkinson from Bill Atkinson Photography.

Bill Atkinson Signs Autographs

Guy Kawasaki's last guest was Apple veteran and current nature photographer, Bill Atkinson. His discussed his latest app, Bill Atkinson PhotoCard, which lets users mail prints of his high-resolution photographs as physical postcards.

WiFi Chopper Demo

A Parrot employee demos the Parrot AR.Drone, a quadricopter that can be controlled from an iPhone.

Gorillapod Shows Off

Joby announced the latest version of its Gorrilacam iPhone app, and a new version of the Gorillamobile stand made for the iPod touch at Expo. Joby's next release, a magnetic Gorillapod for point-and-shoot cameras, made an early appearance on a golf club.

Adorable USB Flash Drives

Bone Collection had a variety of mini USB drives that looked like penguins, astronauts, iPods, dinosaurs, pandas, and other characters.

A Peek Inside Storage

iStoragePro displayed its range of storage devices and gave Expo-goers a peek inside some of its hardware.

The Pen of the Future

A Best of Show 2009 winner, Livescribe's Pulse Smartpen records audio as well as what you write on its special paper, and then uploads those notes into your Mac.

Sketch Up Cases

Sketch Up covers, Trexta's newest iPhone cases, are made from recycled paper and plastic and sold in packs of five with a marker.

WiFi SD Memory Cards Get an Upgrade

Eye-Fi's newest addition to its SD card line is the 8GB Pro X2. The fastest Eye-Fi card yet, the X2 uploads photos and videos over WiFi, adds geotags to your photos, and allows for easy online sharing with popular photo sites like Flickr, MobileMe, and Picasa.

Taking a USB Turntable for a Spin

A booth worker demos Spin, a bundle of digital DJ hardware and software that allows DJs to mix and play music from their iTunes library.

Diagnose Your Car

CarMD's diagnostic tool is a hand held device that works with all cars made after 1996. CarMD has a handy map to help you locate the diagnostic port in your vehicle. Red, yellow, and green indicator lights help you get a handle on your car's status and catch problems early.

Touch Screen Art

The ArtRage Studio software is tested with a brush on a SMART Board interactive display.

Child's Play

A child plays with SMART Board's proprietary Notebook software which features interactive lessons.

Macworld iPad Panel

On the last day of Macworld Expo, Andy Ihnatko, GDGT's Ryan Block, and Mac Observer's Ted Landau discussed the iPad with Macworld's Jason Snell and Dan Moren. In lieu of real iPads, the panelists made due with some convincing mock-ups.

The Glove Exposion

Multiple companies displayed and sold touch screen friendly gloves at Expo, including iTouch Gloves (bottom right), Telefingers (left), and Dots Gloves (top right).

iPod on the Mind

An Expo attendee ponders the deeper meaning behind the iPod sculpture in the lobby of Macworld Expo.

Keyboard Coverage

LogicKeyboard sold its custom keyboard covers that feature shortcuts for a variety of film, audio, and graphics editing programs.

Exiting Moscone

The stairs and escalators that ferried Mac fans down to Moscone Center's North Hall.