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Macworld Lab tested different daisy-chain scenarios to find out if certain devices and device placement affects performance. The results are surprising.
The Editors’ Choice Awards recognize our favorite products released during the past year. Take a look at the list, and you’ll find a set of products that’ll help you get things done.
Months after Thunderbolt made its debut, devices that take advantage of the high-speed technology are making their way to consumers quite slowly.
Each week, we're faced with an impossible task when we try to round up the best Macworld stories of the week gone by--because everything we publish is, as you'd expect, pretty great. But we've made a series of Sophie's choices, and we're proud to offer you this roundup of articles worth clicking on, if you missed them earlier this week. And heck, if you already read them once, they're even better the second time around.
The Apple Thunderbolt Display may just be the most clever display ever. Macworld Lab received the new display Friday morning, and immediately we set out to test the new features. What we found is that this display is a great example of the versatility of Thunderbolt.
For creative professionals working digitally, screen space has always been a priority. Wacom, in a quest to aid this goal, has decided to up the ante on its Cintiq line with the Cintiq 24HD, which provides a full 24 inches of widescreen real estate.
It's a mega-giganta-humungo edition today, as we cover everything from Apple losing yet another prototype iPhone, to a neighborly Steve Jobs, to Tim Cook's email habits.
A new converter from Kanex lets you connect older Macs with DVI ports to the 27-inch Apple Cinema Display.
Apple on Wednesday revamped its 27-inch display to add Thunderbolt connectivity, and a few other nice improvements.
Has Apple found its new processor soul mate? Is your iPad passcode opening you up to prying eyes? Does Paul Allen's patent suit stand a fighting chance? Is Apple planning on Thunderbolting one of its main peripherals? So many questions, and no real answers.
Intel has responded to speculation that Apple was the owner of the trademark for Thunderbolt, a super-fast connection technology used in the new MacBook Pro and iMac.
Filings with the US and Canadian trademark offices reveal that the Thunderbolt trademark is being claimed by Apple and not Intel.
Japan's Sharp has developed an 85-inch LCD (liquid crystal display) panel with resolution equivalent to 16 times that of today's HDTV panels.
Hewlett-Packard considered using Intel's Thunderbolt interconnect in new desktop PCs announced Monday, but say it's sticking with USB 3.0 because of wider support.
According to Apple, the new Thunderbolt-equipped iMacs do in fact support Target Display Mode, allowing you to use them as an external monitor. However, there's a catch: It only works with Thunderbolt-equipped Macs.