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Optical cables for Thunderbolt ports that enable faster data transfers over longer distances on computers such as Apple's Macintosh will be available later this year, Intel said Monday
Micron Technology has bought out Intel's stake in two wafer factories that are part of a NAND joint venture between the two companies.
Sony is developing electric wall sockets and plugs that can control power consumption by appliance, user or original power source.
The iFlashDrive has a USB connector on one end that, when attached to a Mac or PC, acts like any other thumb drive. On the other end of the iFlashDrive is a dock connector that you attach directly into an iOS device.
The Rhythm Touch is a small rectangular box the size of half a deck of cards, and it uses electric stimulator pads to ease muscle pain.
Hundreds of products are on display, but a few stand out from the rest.
The annual expo for Mac and iOS users has evolved to focus on the user community, but the exhibit hall where companies show off their wares is still a huge part of the show—you might even say it’s the most important part. Hundreds of products are on display, but a few stand out from the rest. We call these products the Best of Show.
Use these new keyboards to switch between typing on your Mac and texting on your iPhone with ease.
Macworld's Serenity Caldwell and Alexandra Chang continue to stalk the Consumer Electronics Show for interesting Mac and iOS products. In this latest installment, they visit the ShowStoppers press event, where a bevy of gadgets and software is on display.
Before the International Consumer Electronics Show kicks off on Tuesday, gadget makers show off their wares at Monday night's Digital Experience. Serenity Caldwell and Alexandra Chang visited the showcase, looking for standout Mac and iOS products.
As we prepare to enter a new year, let’s take a look back at the previous 12 months from a Mac perspective.
Looking to spruce up that new Mac you got for the holidays? Our list of recommended hardware is meant to make your Mac perform better than it already does.
Creative folk often work on projects that call for special tools. Here's an assortment of inspired options that won't break the wallet.
Looking for something special for your favorite Mac businessperson? We've got some doozies for under $60.
Know someone who (a) owns a Mac and (b) is hankering for some new gear to go with it? We've got some suggestions.