The original Jawbone Up was a disaster. But the re-released model fixes the problems with its predecessor, and combines with the companion iOS app for a very nice and stylish fitness tracker.
Black Friday is coming at the end of the week, and Apple suggests that it will once again offer some discounts to its customers.
Longtime digital holdout AC/DC finally released its entire catalog in the iTunes Music Store.
Screenshot and screencast software Snapz Pro X has been bumped to version 2.5. The software, which developer Ambrosia Software says it rebuilt from the ground up, adds Mountain Lion compatibility and a variety of refinements.
You'll want to go inside The Room. The puzzles and challenges presented by the safe therein offer several hours of entertaining gameplay.
The Pioneer A3 XW-SMA3-K is a rechargeable, portable AirPlay speaker with several powerful features, hampered somewhat by a clunky interface.
A year after its initial release, the Jawbone Up rises again. The company says the device, which was hampered by defections the first time around, has been rebuilt from the ground up.
Our Macworld Doppler radar shows a lot of huge stories from the week gone by. It’s cloudy with a chance of MacBooks. Or more accurately, iPads and Mac minis. But MacBooks sounded better.
The iPad mini Smart Cover adequately protects the iPad mini's screen, and folds into fine shape for propping up the device at typing and watching angles. But it just doesn't work well enough in practical, day-to-day use.
Brookstone's Big Blue Live Bluetooth speaker system rivals the popular Jawbone Jambox at half the price, and for just $50 more, the Big Blue Studio offers truly impressive audio quality.
Senior writer Lex Friedman lives right in Hurricane Sandy's path, and his home was without power for a week. Here's how he managed to keep his iPhones and iPad up and running.
iBooks faces tough competition from Amazon's Kindle app. But the latest version of iBooks offers substantial improvements over the previous edition.
The Libratone Zipp is stylish, offers excellent sound, and allows you to configure ad-hoc AirPlay networks when no other Wi-Fi is available. The only real catch is that such great features come at a price.
Apple has responded to a UK judge's order that it post a public apology for having falsely accused Samsung of copying the iPad. The apology is handled just as you'd expect Apple to handle it.
Apple releases the genre-defining iPhone; competitors respond with smartphones with bigger screens. Apple releases the genre-defining iPad; competitors respond with tablets with smaller screens. Apple faces some fascinating competitors these days. Its response to those competitors is even more interesting.