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Japanese research and development firm Eamex claims to have found a new way to increase the typical average life of a high-capacity lithium-ion battery.
Wacom's Intuos4 Wireless pen tablet will feature Bluetooth connectivity.
Accessory makers were quick to jump on the iPad bandwagon, with several bag vendors announcing protective bags and sleeves...some available months before the iPad is even shipping.
Here's an early look at the accessories that Apple plans to make available for its iPad tablet.
Skydda Design's BambooBook case for the 13-inch MacBook Pro is manufactured of bamboo and comes with its own vinyl carrying case.
Twelve South's BookBook case protects your MacBook or MacBook Pro in a hard leather casing that resembles a vintage, leather-bound book.
Music vendors of all types converged on the Anaheim Convention Center for the International Music Products Association’s four-day winter meet-up. Here’s a brief wrap of what’s been going on.
Looking for a way to spice up your MacBook? Check out MovieMagicMan's wide assortment of decals, including superheroes, classic cartoon characters, and more.
Elgato has announced another television tuner for the Mac. The EyeTV One is specifically designed to work with antennas to deliver free, over-the-air HD broadcasts to a computer.
Consumer electronics sales may be projected to be flat in 2010, but that's not stopping vendors of smartphones, LCD TVs, and a wide range of other products from descending upon Las Vegas for this week's CES show.
Logitech has announced a new laptop desk that includes a built-in cooling fan and a set of stereo speakers.
The conventional wisdom about printers -- "inkjets are no good at text," for example, or "multifunctions can't do photos" -- isn't always true. James Galbraith separates a few printer myths from printer realities.
These high-end audio accessories for your Mac and iPod are designed to sound (and look) like a million bucks.
Of all the new hardware products we saw over the past year, these 10 were our favorites.
Jason Snell with some super-soft gift items from Macworld's 2009 Holiday Gear Guide.