Don't-Miss Computer accessory Stories
Kanex's new adapter takes Mini DisplayPort video and digital audio from a Mac and runs it down a single HDMI cable to an HDTV.
Apple’s new touchy Magic Mouse bares all at the hands of the iFixit crew, who once again work their dastardly destruction.
One's a removable volume you put in your computer—the other's magnetic media. But which one is which?
In this week’s special-edition episode we look at the “two” in the week’s one-two punch—Monday’s spectacular quarterly earnings and today’s raft of new Apple hardware.
Amidst all the big Mac updates announed Tuesday, Apple has also updated its AirPort Extreme and Time Capsule units with faster performance.
Apple released a new Apple Remote today, longer and clad in aluminum.
Apple's replaced its existing Mighty Mouse pointing device with the new Magic Mouse, which foregoes the rollerball in favor of a multi-touch surface.
Another company has been awarded rights to the name "Mighty Mouse," which may leave Apple in want of a new moniker.
Wacom's new line of tablets sports a streamlined design and multi-touch gestures, and eliminates the mouse.
Version 3.0 of Alessandro Levi Montalcini's venerable USB Overdrive utility for interfacing with USB input devices adds support for 64-bit Snow Leopard and more.
Logitech has announced the Portable Lapdesk N315, a lightweight, heat-blocking notebook perch for your lap, complete with a slide-out mousepad.
Can this recent grad stock a basic Mac laptop with all the college essentials without going over budget?
Mac photographer Derrick Story tries to turn a basic Mac into a fully-functional photo studio without going over budget.
Four Mac users attempt to fully outfit their Mac for telecommuting, photography, blogging, or school without going over budget. See what makes the cut and what gets left behind.
Ever-roaming editor Dan Moren creates a fully-loaded Mac setup fit for a telecommuter with just $300. And he doesn't skimp on the tip.