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Expo: Circus Ponies previews Notebook 3

Circus Ponies unveiled the next version of its Notebook information organizer at Macworld Expo this week; the update will ship in the second quarter of 2008.

First Look: iPod touch 1.1.3

The iPhone wasn't the only handheld Apple device to get a software update at Macworld Expo. The iPod touch also has a 1.1.3 update that adds many of the apps iPhone users have grown accustomed to. Christopher Breen plunks down $20 for the 1.1.3 update and tells you what to expect if you decide to upgrade.

iPhone at Expo

In this special edition of the Macworld Podcast from the Macworld Expo show floor, Chris Breen is joined by senior contributor Ted Landau as they look at this Expo from the perspective of an iPhone user.

Expo: StoryMill novel-writing app adds timeline view

StoryMill 3.0's timeline view lets writers visually arrange scenes from their novel in chronological order. Mariner Software announced the new version of the app at Macworld Expo.

Expo Notes: Merge ahead

Rob Griffiths takes a look at Araxis Merge, a program that lets you compare files and move individual changes from file to file.

Best of Show

Hundreds of exhibitors come to Macworld Expo each year to show off their latest Mac hardware and software. But only a handful can win coveted Best of Show honors, which are selected by Macworld’s editors.

First Look: iTunes movie rentals

Apple has expanded its iTunes offerings, adding movie rentals to its online store. Peter Cohen takes the new service out for a test drive and finds some minor glitches but an enjoyable overall experience.

Expo Notes: Getting creative at Expo

Heather Kelly shares a few of her favorite sights from the Expo show floor, all of which have a creative bent.

Expo: Kensington taps DisplayLink tech for multi-monitor releases

Kensington will use DisplayLink's network display technology for its sd200v Notebook Docking Station with Video as well as its Dual Monitor Adapter.

Opinion: A keynote view from the cheap seats

We wanted a unique perspective on this week's Expo keynote, so we turned to John Moltz of Crazy Apple Rumors Site.