It turns out that when Macworld Lab is testing the new $2499 MacBook Pro, it's a good time to try out a nifty new thermal imaging camera for the iPhone.
This utility makes it easy to see what apps are taking using up your processor resources.
Apple describes the recipients as apps that “raise the bar in design, technology and innovation.” Here are this year’s winners.
Battery Diag sits in your menu bar and provides easy, one-click access to battery information.
Opera Software has released an iPhone version of its browser for the iPad.
This set of apps uses Bluetooth LE to transfer small snippets of data from your Mac to you iPhone or iPad. But the software has some quirks.
At NAB, Intel announced a new feature for users who want to directly network Thunderbolt Macs with PCs. But that feature has been available for Mac-to-Mac connections for a while.
Glyph is a set of headphones, but the bar moves down over your eyes so you can see its display.
A lot has happened to Double Robotics since they made their debut at last year's Macworld/iWorld.
Bad beer rots our young guts but vodka goes well. But why bother with bad beer in the first place if you have an iPhone and this app?
Standing desks are growing in popularity, and the WorkFit lets you switch between standing or sitting.
The makers of the Evoluent VerticalMouse have an input device that's an ergonomic alternative to the traditional mouse.
Runnur, ScotteVest, and Strotter offer products for folks who are looking for something more functional than your typical iPad bag.
WD's latest portable drive has two drive mechanisms configured as a RAID 1 or 0 and a built-in Thunderbolt cable.