Pandora is sporting a new look, Apple is getting developers geared up for Lion, and more rumors about keyboards than you ever cared to hear: The remainders for Tuesday, July 12, 2011 have got your bases covered.
Amazon teases its tablet intentions, the House of Representatives puts the iPad to a vote, and the real reason publishers are all over subscriptions like marmalade on toast.
You might not give your keyboard, mouse, or hard drive much thought. But using them intelligently is the key to working efficiently on your Mac. Here are thirty things we think every smart Mac user should know how to do with these core peripherals.
The iPad 2 is off to another blazing start for Apple, which means the trickle of accessories for the new device should soon grow to a steady river. Here are some of the week's newly announced add-ons for gussying up Apple's latest tablet.
If you're wondering whether or not buying a new iPad will render your stash of existing accessories for iPad, iPhone, or even iPod obsolete, we've put the iPad 2 through the accessory ringer to see what works and what doesn't.
Becoming a mouse-avoiding keyboard junkie is a learnable skill; it requires practice and memorization. Everyone knows a few keyboard shortcuts, and mastering more will help you get your work done faster.
The MagicWand lets your Apple Wireless Keyboard and Magic Trackpad come together as one.
If you're considering an iPad keyboard case, the Zaggmate iPad Case with Keyboard is a unique option that offers a much better experience than the iPad’s onscreen keyboard when you need to do serious typing. However, the Zaggmate's keys are small and cramped, it doesn’t offer the all-over protection of most other keyboard cases, and its metal edges require good typing form.
Tired of your Apple Wireless Keyboard and Magic Trackpad roaming free on your desk? Twelve South has released a simple accessory that can unite them for use at your desk or on your lap.
Matias has released a hardware Dvorak keyboard that can be used on a Mac or a PC.