Don't-Miss Display Stories
The $2,499 REALis SX800 projector features 3,000 lumens and a contrast ratio of 900:1.
We leave the Macworld Lab behind and hit the Expo show floor to see the best new hardware products at the Mac trade show.
Gefen will introduce two wireless extenders at Macworld Expo, one for VGA monitors and one for HD.
Some users are experiencing display corruption problems with Apple's Mini DisplayPort to Dual-Link DVI Adapter.
PowerDesk is new software from Matrox designed to help control its Graphics Expansion Module (GXM) interfaces on the Mac.
Every year, Macworld editors select the Mac hardware and software that met our standards for quality, innovation, value, and usability. This year, we found 20 products worthy of our annual Editors’ Choice honors.
For color pros who want a large canvas but don’t want to sacrifice color accuracy and performance, the NEC MultiSync 3090WQXi sets a new standard for big displays.
Apple is hoping to spur adoption of the Mini DisplayPort Connector by offering it for free licensing to interested parties.
An update to QuickTime fixes an issue with Apple's Mini DisplayPort that prevented standard definition movies from playing on external displays.
HDCP protection built into iTunes purchased content keeps those using new Apple laptops from being able to play content on many external displays.
Apple’s new 24-inch LED Cinema Display is now shipping to some lucky buyers.
Consumer Reports expects spending on Black Friday—the day after Thanksgiving—to be strong.
This week, the Macalope looks into rumors of Snow Leopard's early release, Psytar's monopoly claims dismissed, and Apple's adoption of more DRM.
Apple has sent notifications to customers who ordered a MiniDisplay Port to Dual-Link DVI adapter, informing them that orders won’t ship until December 18.
Our pals over at Infinite Loop and Engadget are reporting that while Apple’s new laptops might have snazzy Mini DisplayPorts, some iTunes content is all sewn up in High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP) ridiculousness—a new version of DRM for video that requires all devices in the chain of video transmission to be authorized to play back content.