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Macessity has released three new products specifically tailored for the 2010 Mac Mini.
Mobee's Magic Charger is an inductive charging mini-USB base station and battery pack that lets you keep your Magic Mouse charged without ever needing to remove its batteries.
Smartfish's new ErgoMotion Laser Mouse features a unique, pivoting-base design meant to adapt to your natural hand and wrist positions while you work.
ColorWare has added the Magic Trackpad to the long list of Apple products it can chromatically customize to your heart's liking.
Back to school: affordable options for carrying your gear to and from school or around campus
Logitech has announced three new gaming peripherals that could help give you a competitive edge in the online playing field.
The Magic Trackpad deserves to get out of the house just like any mouse it's designed to replace. WaterField Designs has stepped up to the traveler's plate with two simple cases designed to protect all that glass and aluminum from the sharp edges that lurk in the recesses of your bag.
On Friday, OWC announced a turnkey upgrade program for the 27-inch iMac, which includes an eSATA upgrade.
If you rushed out to buy a new iMac or Magic Trackpad, it's time to fire up Software Update and start downloading.
Apple's AA battery charger uses far less power than competitors' products once the batteries are fully charged, according to the company.
On Tuesday, Kensington announced a new security solution, the Laptop Locking Station. It affixes to your desk to make sure your laptop is always right where you left it.
Apple on Tuesday unveiled its long-rumored Magic Trackpad input device, a standalone version of the trackpad built into recent MacBook Pros.
The Wireless Power Consortium will start working on a new medium-power specification for wirelessly charging laptops.
WaterField Designs has released two protective cases for the aluminum wireless Mac keyboard.
Sure, Apple made a hojillion dollars this quarter, but that doesn’t mean the rest of the tech industry has rolled over and died (they haven’t, right?). Google’s finally got some wind in its sails, Samsung wants no part of Apple’s reception foofaraw, and Microsoft is still trying to hit the moving target that is the future.