The mixing console from Gemini DJ sports a composite video output, two line inputs, and a USB port in addition to a crossfader and other features.
New discoveries and more complex gameplay make the latest edition of the epic turn-based strategy game a must-have -- assuming you've got a Mac that meets the game's hefty system requirements.
The August issue of Macworld delves into the Windows world, looking for ways to get your Mac to play nice with that other operating system (and vice versa). This installment of the Macworld Podcast features John Rizzo, who wrote the August 2006 feature article, Living in a Windows World.
The owner of the only authorized Apple Center in Beiruit, Lebanon, has closed his doors and plans to leave the country, as fighting between Israel and Hezbollah escalates.
Whether you work with multimedia, make Voice over IP calls via your Mac, or just want to get your hands on the latest games, we've got you covered in the latest Macworld Podcast, thanks to three interviews covering that diverse array of topics.
Modders love their Macs (and iPods) so much that they want to paint them, accessorize them, and put them into new cases—making the outside as personalized as their on-screen desktops. Here are some of our favorites.
All new Macs come with the iLife '06 suite, which includes the video-editing program iMovie. But how does one edit good video, not to mention shoot good footage in the first place? Fortunately, Richard Baguley is on hand to give us some camcorder selection and shooting tips.
Civilization IV, the latest version of the popular turn-based strategy game, hits the Mac with new features, functions, and options. Cyrus Farivar takes a first glance at the new game to see if Civilization has continued to evolve.
Sure, the Mac is a secure platform. But there are still steps you can take to make sure that all of your data is kept away from prying eyes. Glenn Fleishman, one of the authors of our July 2006 cover story on Mac security, stops by to talk about ways to protect your privacy when you go online.
At O'Reilly's Where 2.0 conference, Cyrus Farivar discovered Map Geek Heaven -- courtesy of Google.
With the Intel-based Mac mini available for a few months now, one question remains to be answered: Just how easily can the mini act as the hub of a multimedia set-up? Senior Editor Christopher Breen decided to take the challenge with a Mac mini, with some mixed results. We talk about his experience in the latest Macworld Podcast. And we get to more audio comments submitted by podcast listeners.
Summer's here, and the time is right for looking at the latest and greatest iPod gear. In the first part of Playlist's Summer Gear Guide, we'll spotlight iPod accessories and music devices that make great gift ideas for Father's Day.
A Virginia man turns his Toyota Prius into a mobile multimedia center using an Intel-based Mac mini.
A partnership between Apple and an equally iconic company to make iPod accessories and the release of a major update to one of the flagship desktop publishing products on the Mac highlighted the week's news.
Web page authoring application Freeway has been updated fixing several bugs, including a crash that could occur when changing the font size in an HTML 3.2 page when running under Intel.