Macworld Lab took two new Mac Pros and used IP over Thunderbolt to connect the two machines together. How does the file transfer performance compare to gigabit ethernet?
The Pixma iP8720 is geared towards photography hobbyists who want to print on a grand scale.
Several new products made their debut at the 2014 NAB show.
Samsung's new UD590 is hardly cheap, but the others coming out cost several hundred dollars more. The company also announced a clutch of 1080p HD displays.
The "storage robot" gets USB 3.0 and other tweaks to improve speed; new utility makes Mac backups easier.
From guitar interfaces to iPhone-friendly microphones, there's a bunch of products at Macworld/iWorld that help you make music on Apple hardware.
If your iPhone or iPod has become your default video camera, a new app can make your video shots a lot smoother.
Looking for faster external storage? All kinds of companies are showing off all kinds of new Thunderbolt (and Thunderbolt 2) peripherals at Macworld/iWorld. Here's a round-up.
If you're a professional who uses Final Cut Pro X or another app that takes advantage of multiple processor cores, then you'll benefit nicely from the $2999 Mac Pro
For those looking for a high quality, IPS screen, the 27-inch HP Z Display Z27i offers extra wide viewing angles, accurate color, tons of input options, ergonomic flexibility and anti-glare screen.
Thunderbolt docks let you connect all kinds of different devices to your MacBook's Thunderbolt port(s) with a minimum of cable mess. But which dock is the best? We tested a bunch of them, and here is our favorite.
Macworld Lab finally got the high-end standard configuration model of Apple's high-end workstation. The benchmark results continue to impress.
You hear about ways you can make your Mac faster, but do they really work? Macworld Lab puts these to the test.
If you have a Mac Pro and need a multi-drive RAID array, Promise's array is the only Thunderbolt 2 box in tow, for now.
We reviewed the $1299 iMac when it was first available. We finally got our hands on the other three standard configurations of the new iMac.
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