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Favorite Mac Gems from 2012

Podcast host Chris Breen is joined by Macworld's Gem Meister Dan Frakes to discuss Dan's favorite inexpensive Mac applications of 2012.

Audiovox brings aftermarket Siri to your car

Audiovox shows off aftermarket Siri-integration, a wireless charging cradle, and new features for its Car Connection vehicle-monitoring device.

Review: Bose SoundLink Air offers good sound, but few features

Bose's SoundLink Air is an AirPlay speaker that lacks some basics and requires a separate purchase for portability. But it's easy to use and it sounds good.

In depth with iTunes 11's MiniPlayer

One of the big changes in iTunes 11 is the new MiniPlayer. In addition to being a control center for playing your music, you can also use it to search for songs, playlists, and more, and to access the Up Next queue. Here’s how you can get the most out of the iTunes MiniPlayer.

Review: JBL Micro Wireless is an impressive portable Bluetooth speaker for the price

JBL's Micro Wireless Bluetooth speaker fits in a (big) pocket and weighs next-to-nothing, yet it sounds good and is surprisingly inexpensive.

10 great headphones for your ears and your eyes

Finding headphones that both sound and look great can seem like an impossible task. We've uncovered these headphones that will please both your ears and your eyes.

The 28th Annual Editors' Choice Awards

Our 28th annual Eddys recognize the year's 21 greatest Apple-related products for work, entertainment, mobile use, and creative tasks.

9 great wireless speakers

These days, there are more wireless speakers on the market, using Bluetooth and AirPlay, than you can shake a cable at. Lex Friedman tests many of them; here are a few of his favorites.

The Week in iOS Accessories: Pick and grin!

This week's roundup of iOS accessories includes items to let you see, touch, and hear your iPhone or iPad with unusual clarity.

iLuv iEP515 Earphones are easy to recommend for those on a budget

The iEP515 is a great candidate to replace Apple's earbuds, or if you're just looking for something that will be inexpensive to replace if lost or damaged. At $20, the iEP515 is very easy to recommend.