Don't-Miss Input device Stories
If you rushed out to buy a new iMac or Magic Trackpad, it's time to fire up Software Update and start downloading.
We just got a Magic Trackpad, and here are some initial photos and thoughts.
Apple on Tuesday unveiled its long-rumored Magic Trackpad input device, a standalone version of the trackpad built into recent MacBook Pros.
Moshi has released the MouseGuard, a wear-resistant, form-fitting thin film that protects the Magic Mouse from everyday wear and tear, while actually improving the tactile response of its touch-enabled surface.
On Thursday, Ten One Design posted a proof of concept video showcasing pressure sensitive drawing and handwriting on the iPad. Though the frameworks used are currently private, Ten One hopes Apple will incorporate them publicly into a future version of iOS's UIKit framework.
Kensington has announced TrackballWorks, a modern-day replacement for the company's erstwhile MouseWorks driver software for Kensington trackballs.
The U.S. International Trade Commission will investigate Apple's multitouch products based on a complaint filed by Taiwanese company Elan.
Intel sees its Light Peak technology for linking devices by optical cable as potentially succeeding USB 3.0.
The iPad lets you use either Apple's Keyboard Dock or a Bluetooth keyboard for extended typing sessions. Which should you choose?
iPad owners and potential purchasers are surely wondering if their current iPhone and iPod accessories are compatible with Apple's latest gadget, and what new accessories they'll need. We've spent the past few days testing the iPad with every cord, cable, and plug we could get our hands on; here's what you need to know about the iPad and accessories.
Macworld Lab takes a look at the iPad's battery life and application performance.
If the iPad is going to succeed as a business tool, it needs an office suite. The first suite out the gate: Apple's own iWork for iPad.
New version of Wacom's Cintiq 21UX LCD interactive pen display is targeted to professional photographers, designers, and artists.
Everyone wants to work faster. In this video, Jackie Dove looks at a pair of products from the show floor that can help you work more efficiently with your keyboard. We’ll look at iKeysToGo for the iPhone and KB Covers’ new OS X Shortcuts Keyboard Cover for Mac notebooks.
Roman Loyola takes a look at Macworld Expo 2010 Best of Show products, Ten One Design’s Inklet and Canson’s Papershow.