Lots of people are comparing Amazon's Kindle with the iPhone, but Scott McNulty thinks that's just plain silly.
What makes Macworld Expo worth going to? The people, of course!
Palm's newest smartphone sports a web browser based on WebKit.
If your wish is to have all your iTunes metadata filled in correctly, SongGenie wants to grant it.
Blue Microphones introduces the Eyeball and Mikey to keep your Mac and iPod recording well.
If you like designer speakers and have $1500 burning a hole in your pocket, Parrot has a system for you.
Wearing rabbit ears to an Apple store won't get you anything, wearing them at Expo might get you a fabulous prize.
Macworld Expo attendees seem to agree with Macworld editors: LiveScribe is pretty cool.
The Parasync was build for schools and museums, but I bet Chris Breen could use one.
Griffin announces a new iPod/iPhone inline controller that doubles as an FM tuner.
In this first post of a series, senior contributor Scott McNulty tells us about what Macworld Expo can bring us that we can't get at any old Apple Store.
Stop by Google's booth, and charge your iPhone.
Apple's newest iPhone app, Keynote Remote, is now available for purchase on the App Store.
Matias introduces Tune Blocker, a cable that lets you sync your iPod or iPhone without fear.
Only have one USB port to spare? Make it two with Griffin's new SmartShare USB