Don't-Miss Input device Stories
How will we connect peripherals to our Macs, and our Macs to the Net, two years from now? Glenn Fleishman looks at USB, FireWire, WiFi, and beyond.
Tron: Legacy, Disney's upcoming movie sequel to the 1982 original, will arrive in cinemas next month, and to celebrate, computer peripheral maker Razer has...
Senior Associate Editor Dan Moren is a man of eclectic tastes. Here's what he'd love to get this year.
Steve Jobs reportedly has no plans to add USB 3.0 connectivity to Macs any day soon according to an email from the Apple boss.
Genius’s new Navigator 905 mouse aims employs a Blue optical engine with high laser precision that reduces power consumption and extends battery life by up to 40%.
Apple released software updates for Mac OS X and Boot Camp users to support its new 27-inch Cinema Display, which went on sale last week. A bundled update for Windows users brings support for the Magic Trackpad along with support for the new display.
The Magic Trackpad deserves to get out of the house just like any mouse it's designed to replace. WaterField Designs has stepped up to the traveler's plate with two simple cases designed to protect all that glass and aluminum from the sharp edges that lurk in the recesses of your bag.
Apple put the focus on Mac hardware this week, with new Mac Pro and iMac models. So we follow suit in the Macworld Podcast with an all-Mac discussion about the new hardware.
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.