Don't-Miss Macworld iWorld Stories
The iPhone and iPad started life as objects of delight, but this week's expo shows that they've become extremely useful devices. Can iOS still be fun?
Ergotron's line of ergonomic workstations will soon include offerings designed to match Apple's aluminum-body computers.
Stationary exercise bikes have come a long way, with multiple programmed routines, but what about making you feel what it's like to ride Stage 2 of the Tour de France? There's an app--and a bike--for that.
The PowerTrekk is the rare charging accessory that requires you to add a bit of water.
A new version of ArtRage is being released this month. Here's what to expect from the painting application.
Inspire Pro, a popular painting app for the iPad, got a facelift this week with an update that introduces a plethora of new features.
Video service offers easy, affordable identity and branding for individuals and small companies who publish on YouTube.
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.