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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.
KB Covers has introduced a line of application-specific keyboards that put commonly used keyboard shortcuts right on the keys.
The latest version of the music notation software was announced Thursday. Also making news were new input devices from Verbatim and a new version of ADmitMac from Thursby Software.
Trail Runner 2.0 adds a new routing server and an rewritten route editor. Also, 1Password improves its Wi-Fi syncing and LaCie releases two new USB hubs.
Mimio Studio 6, the software that drives the Mimio interactive whiteboard system, is coming to Mac this June.
Wacom unveiled the Intuos4 pen tablet on Wednesday, with greatly improved pen sensitivity.
Engineers at Perceptive Development have devised a method to connect an infrared keyboard to an iPhone using a 1200 baud modem that connects to the iPhone via the headphone port.
Apple made some long-awaited changes to its desktop line, with updates to the Mac Pro, Mac mini, and iMac models. Get a summary of those changes, along with the latest news on Apple’s updated MacBook Pro, Time Capsule, and AirPort Extreme offerings.
A third version of the Apple wired keyboard does away with the numeric keypad in favor of a more compact design.
If all goes according to plan, Bluetooth could soon help you monitor your heart rate.
An GSMA-led group plans to ensure a universal charger for mobile phones based on the Micro-USB interface will be widely used...
The Ergodex DX-1, a free-form keyboard thingy, gets Mac software support.
Onset Computer's HOBOware Pro software is now available in downloadable trial version.
Ever since Apple introduced the world to the mouse and the window-based graphical user interface in 1984, the company has worked tirelessly to develop a more efficient, yet more powerful, user experience. Rik Myslewski combs through recent Apple patent filings to look at ways interacting with your Mac could change in the future.