Roman LoyolaSenior Editor, Macworld

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Roman has covered technology since the early 1990s. His career started at MacUser, and he's worked for MacAddict, Mac|Life, TechTV, PC/Computing, and Windows NT Systems. He's also written for MacRumors.

Mac Gems: Pupil is a quick-change artist for the Retina MacBook Pro

Retina MacBook Pro owners should have a screen resolution switching utility, and Pupil is one to consider. It’s convenient and pleasing to use, despite a few minor quirks.

Review: Boost your iPad's storage with Seagate Wireless Plus

With built-in Wi-Fi and 1TB of storage, Seagate's portable hard drive is designed to carry the heavy digital cargo for your iPad, iPhones, and Android devices.

SimCity zoned for the Mac in June

Electronic Arts on Wednesday announced that June 11, 2013, is the official release date for the latest version of SimCity.

Review: Evoluent VerticalMouse 4 improves on its successful predecessor

The VerticalMouse 4 puts your arm in a more-natural position while using your computer, a step in the right direction towards reducing stress and lessening your risk of RSI.

Review: Create a local file server with Kanex's meDrive

The meDrive is a way to put an unused USB hard drive to good use by providing file server capabilities.

Intuit releases QuickBooks Online for iPad

As the name implies, QuickBooks Online for iPad draws from QuickBooks Online. The main benefit of the iPad app is that it can work with the iPad’s camera, using features such as notifications and location services, and provide a user interface that’s native to the iPad.

Expo Notes: Henge Horizontal Dock for MacBook

Seeing Henge’s Horizontal Dock at Macworld/iWorld brought back memories of the beloved PowerBook Duo and more specifically, the Duo Dock.

Expo Notes: KaleidoPro opens possibilities for MIDI musicians

With KaleidoPro, a musician can play not just a wide range of drum kits, but also other instruments.

Macworld Best of Show: Where are they now?

Many Macworld Expos, Macworld/iWorld events, and Best of Show recipients have come and gone. Most of the winners exist today, with version numbers in the double digits. Some eventually disappeared. But a few products have a unique history worth exploring, and this slideshow takes a look at those few former Best of Show recipients.

Expo Notes: Double robot uses iPad to act as your virtual double (video)

The Double is an iPad-based telepresence robot.

Expo Notes: Monitor2Go a handy presentation display for the iPad

Mobile Monitor Technologies Monitor2Go is an external display designed with the iPad in mind.

Macworld/iWorld: Day 1 wrap-up from the show floor

There was plenty to do on the first day of Macworld/iWorld 2013, but senior editor Roman Loyola spent the day on the floor of the expo hall, trying to see products from as many of the 250-plus companies showing their wares.

Expo Notes: Rain Design reveals iSlider stand for iPhone and iPad

A new iOS accessory from Rain Design

Expo Notes: MacKeeper takes a more subtle approach this year

Compared to last year's Macworld/iWorld, Mac utility developer ZeoBit is taking a much different approach to its presence on the show floor.

Expo Notes: Goal Zero solar power recharging kits

At Macworld/iWorld, Goal Zero is showing off its new Switch 8 Recharger.