Don't-Miss Input device Stories
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.
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.
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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.
Smart Notebook Student Edition (SE) ties in with Smart Technologies' Smart Board interactive whiteboard technology.
On Wednesday, Apple released updates for users of its wireless mouse and keyboard, as well as for recent MacBook Pro owners.
Logitech has introduced a new line of mice that work on glass and other glossy surfaces.
A presenter at last week's Black Hat security conference demonstrated a method by which a keylogging program could be inserted in Apple's keyboard firmware.
Livescribe and Vision Objects have teamed up to provide a Mac-friendly handwriting-to-text transcription service for the Pulse Smartpen, a computerized pen that captures audio and links it to handwritten notes.
Macally has announced a line of new Mac accessories that include Bluetooth and RF wireless input devices as well as "eco-conscious" bamboo notebook stands.
Belkin has introduced three new mice, including a new Bluetooth model.
The in-air mouse from Hillcrest Labs is targeted at users who connect their Mac or PC to a television set. Also, Shion home-automation software and the MAPublisher plug-in suite for Illustrator saw updates Monday.