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Papershow, a tool for interactive presentations, will soon be available for the Mac. The kit includes a Bluetooth-equipped pen, a USB key for your computer, and special paper that transmits your handwriting to a screen.
Wacom's Intuos4 Wireless pen tablet will feature Bluetooth connectivity.
If you're all thumbs and the iPad's multi-touch interface is not your thing, Ten One has announced that its Pogo styluses will be compatible with Apple's latest brainchild.
Here's an early look at the accessories that Apple plans to make available for its iPad tablet.
Aluminum Keyboard Firmware Update 1.1 improves battery performance of Apple's aluminum wireless keyboard when it's used with another Bluetooth device and tackles an issue where a key might repeat unexpectedly.
Calf Trail Software has released Sesamouse, a utility that offers more multitouch gestures for Apple's Magic Mouse, such as pinch magnification, rotation, and up and down swiping.
Drawing upon the design aesthetic of its Arc Mouse, Microsoft at CES has unveiled the Arc Keyboard, a stylish and compact wireless keyboard.
The International Consumer Electronics Show has kicked off in Las Vegas, and Macworld is on the scene. Dan Frakes and Christopher Breen spent Wednesday night at the Digital Experience, keeping an eye peeled for gear that's sure to interest Mac, iPhone, and iPod users.
The International Consumer Electronics Show kicks off later this week in Las Vegas. PC World's editorial team previews what to expect in everything from storage to digital photo to mobile phones.
We nominated, we debated, and then we whittled the list down to these: the 23 best Mac products of the year.
Of all the new hardware products we saw over the past year, these 10 were our favorites.
Jason Snell with three gift items from Macworld's 2009 Holiday Gear Guide.
Apple's new Magic Mouse, billed as the world's first Multi-Touch mouse, is now reportedly available to Windows users.
Logitech has agreed to buy HD video communications company LifeSize for $405 million.
Wireless Keyboard Update 2.0 is available for OS X 10.5.8 and later, allowing access to the "special features" on the Apple Wireless Keyboard.