This tiny USB device from Equinux will let you watch and even share your viewing experience with others when it arrives in February.
In his final report from the Expo show floor, Rik Myslewski uncovers some of the most interesting iPod add-ons on display at the week-long trade show as well as some of gadgets of interest.
Project Wizards released version 2.5 of its Merlin project-management software just before Expo, and it offers a number of improvements to an already well-regarded application.
We close the books on our time from the Macworld Expo show floor with one last special Expo edition of the Macworld Podcast. Joining Jason Snell to wrap things up are executive editor Philip Michaels and senior news editor Peter Cohen.
Danish cleaning products maker AM is bringing its wares to America, and Rob Griffiths likes what he sees.
At this year's Macworld Expo, MYOB was showing off the upcoming release of Checkout, a point-of-sale application that was first demoed for the company by now-partner Sofa a year ago.
Macworld’s Heather Kelly shoots the activities around Macworld Expo.
Chris Breen hosts this episode as several guests drop by the Macworld podquarium for a chat. Guests include Macworld Expo’s Paul Kent, who talks about this year’s show and the outlook for 2009.
You expect to see lots of hardware exhibitors at Macworld Expo—but a car maker? Rob Griffiths finds out what Acura was doing with a booth in Moscone West.
Steve Jobs ended his Macworld Expo keynote by unveiling the MacBook Air, the thinnest laptop Apple's ever made. What features are included in this slim portable, and which ones did Apple drop? What's the battery life like? And is it the right machine for you? We have the answers to these and other questions in our MacBook Air introductory guide.