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Macworld is now accepting product submissions for the Best of Show Awards. If you are a company exhibiting at Macworld/iWorld 2013, you can have your product considered for the awards.
International CES isn't a major show for Mac news, but there are still product announcements to be found if you know where to look. We round up those and take a look at a multitude of new iOS gear in our latest podcast.
What if you could borrow a laptop to use for just one class? A new vending machine at Drexel University could let you do just that.
Everybody gives out awards for the most amazing products at the show, but do the award sources agree? Here are five entries that drew applause from the pack.
Nectar isn’t the cheapest portable charging system on the market, but it’s one of the coolest.
Fisher-Price's Apptivity line couples playsets with interactive iPad apps.
Company's new products are less about fitness and more about general health.
iSmartAlarm is drumming up interest for its smartphone-controlled security system at CES.
Energy in an emergency is crucial, and the Yeti 150 can extend your backup reserves with an optional solar panel, making it a powerful ally when the lines go down.
Fitbug aims to bring the cost of fitness trackers down with its Fitbug Orb tracker.
Be the envy of your motorhead friends and put your iPad Mini in your car’s dashboard.
Skip the expensive gadgets and just hack a Raspberry Pi into an Airplay speaker.
These 10 nifty cable organizers will help you stay on top of that rat’s nest behind your desk.
Fifteen years ago, Apple released its first and only touchscreen laptop (so far), the often forgotten eMate 300. This translucent clamshell portable represented a bold experiment in educational computing and a drastic departure from Apple's traditional hardware design.