Apple's new Magic Mouse, billed as the world's first Multi-Touch mouse, is now reportedly available to Windows users.
The new Magic Mouse includes a feature called 'momentum scrolling,' but only in OS X 10.6. However, using a simple Terminal command, you can add momentum scrolling to the Magic Mouse in 10.5.
In this slideshow, we present to you several input devices that are a lot different from the mouse (or laptop trackpad) and keyboard used on a daily basis.
We’re in the Golden Age of Rodents. It’s time to look at the mice you’re missing. However, the wealth of choices can be daunting. We have a few tips to help you.
The Wireless Mobile Mouse 6000 is a nice mouse, nice enough to be used on a regular basis, not just when you’re traveling with your laptop.
A pair of irritating symptoms have made Ted Landau's experience with Apple's latest mouse less than magical.
xGestures is a program that allows mouse movements to trigger menu items, keystrokes, and AppleScripts; it's recently been updated to work with Snow Leopard.
In this video, Roman Loyola takes a close look at Apple new Magic Mouse and its Multi-Touch gestures.
Apple on Tuesday released software updates for Leopard and Snow Leopard to support the new Magic Mouse.
Though it’s not perfect, the Magic Mouse successfully combines design and usability.