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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.
QuickerTek's new solar chargers have high watt output, meaning you can use the sun to power your MacBook on the go, but at a high price.
Jason Snell with three laptop gift items from Macworld's 2009 Holiday Gear Guide.
Jason Snell with three gift items from Macworld's 2009 Holiday Gear Guide.
Part three of Macworld's 2009 Holiday Gear Guide looks at gifts that cost more than $150 and are worth every penny.
The new 27-inch iMacs can serve as external displays for other devices. An Apple support document lets you know how to get the most out of the new feature.
Part two of Macworld's 2009 Holiday Gear Guide looks at gifts between $50 and $150.
Twelve South has announced the BassJump, a USB-powered subwoofer that aims to enhance the audio pumped out by your MacBook's own speakers.
High-end audio vendor B&W has announced the company's first forays into the headphone and computer-speaker markets.
The NX Stand from Macessity props up a closed laptop in a cushioned slot.