Don't-Miss Macworld iWorld Stories
The $395 TriplePlay Wireless Guitar controller plugs into your Mac or iPad and features a software bundle for recording, composing, and performing.
Adonit showed off the second-generation Jot Touch at Macworld/iWorld, with an even more advanced pressure sensor and better battery life.
There were plenty of interesting happenings at Macworld/iWorld; here are a few that caught our eye.
Olloclip brought a photo booth to the Macworld/iWorld show floor to promote its iPhone 5 lens system and upcoming iPhone case.
This mobile music app for the iPhone wants to be the Instagram of music.
Another day at Macworld/iWorld means another rapid-fire round-up of products that caught our eye. Carlos Rodela is your tour guide.
The Mauz will let you use your iPhone to control your Mac like a souped-up input devices -- If its Kickstarter funding comes through.
It's just a thin band of stretchy microfiber. But if you want a portable way to clean your iPad's screen, the iSlip Lite will do just fine.
The BowBlade active gaming device lets you play many shooting and target games, but gives you an upper-body workout in the process.
Video Charades is not going to wow you with its cleverness. It's just a simple, pleasantly diverting app.
The Double is an iPad-based telepresence robot.
Small iPhone photography gadget, combined with a free app, eliminates a huge problem.
Will.i.am’s new line of iPhone camera accessories turn your smartphone into a vintage camera, complete with old-fashioned filters.
CrazyTalk had been a PC-only program, but the facial animation software has arrived on the Mac with a debut at this week's Macworld/iWorld event.
The Givit video recording app for iOS launched new features at Macworld/iWorld this week.