The cases we saw at Macworld/iWorld 2014 went way beyond the boring, traditional hard shell case.
Cases have become a mainstay at the annual show. These are the ones that caught our eye in 2014.
Photos from this year's expo in San Francisco.
This accessory uses a trigger to help you snap better photos with your iPhone's camera. But the makers of the Grip&Shoot see possible uses beyond photography.
The Grip&Shoot is a promising accessory aimed at helping you take better photos with your iPhone. But the device makers think an SDK will open up the Grip&Shoot to other uses.
The smartpen maker came to Macworld/iWorld to show off its Livescribe 3 smartpen and tout the third-party apps that now work with the smartpen.
We may be living in a digital age, but the makers of the Lightscribe 3 smartpen thinks there's still room for pen and paper -- assuming it's high-tech pen and paper, of course.
This new social app is the take-a-penny, leave-a-penny tray for urban exploration.
This iOS app features user-generated walking tours packed with activities.
The "storage robot" gets USB 3.0 and other tweaks to improve speed; new utility makes Mac backups easier.
Glyph is a set of headphones, but the bar moves down over your eyes so you can see its display.
Dan Moren chats with Rogue Amoeba's Paul Kafasis and pundit/humorist John Moltz about Apple's past, present, and future. (Hello, wearables?)
A lot has happened to Double Robotics since they made their debut at last year's Macworld/iWorld.
Philip Michaels is your host as Josh Centers, Andrew Laurence, Roberto Baldwin, and Susie Ochs battle wits over the latest technology news.
This case has its own camera and a sensor to help you spot infrared energy and heat sources.