Nexsan’s new Mac-compatible external RAID system aimed at the professional video market offers up to 42TB of storage in a relatively compact 4U case design.
Mavric Media is showing off Boost, a high-speed transfer product, and Asset Engine, a companion asset management database at Macworld Expo this week.
ezGear is showing off the XL90 Sound Bar for iPod and the WK10 Alarm Clock at Macworld Expo this week.
You can always count on Crazy Apple Rumors Site to have an unusual take on events in the Mac universe. So it’s only fitting that the site’s editor in chief John Moltz has an unusual take on Macworld Expo in this special edition of the Macworld Podcast.
The wireless advertising network plans to offer iPhone and iPod touch free Wi-Fi Internet access in select locations in exchange for viewing a JiWire-supplied ad.
Kerio MailServer 6.5 will feature new integrated CalDAV service that purports to eliminate the problems that usually crop up when users of different calendar applications try to schedule meetings.
The Tango X2 is a black-and-chrome speaker system aimed at iPod with dock connectors, while the InCharge FM transmitter is a transmitter and car charger.
The four new models include the Accuglide, Turtle, Pebble, and Pebble Wireless—all available for between $19.95 and $29.95.
Apple’s booth may be well staffed and get most of the attention, but Dan Moren finds in his trips through the Moscone Center that sometimes a smaller, more personal approach can be just as, if not more, effective.
The new X5 versions of Intego’s suite of personal security products include new interfaces and compatibility with both OS X 10.4 and 10.5.
Shipping in March, the WindowSeat is a windshield mount built specifically for the iPhone.
Rob Griffiths is impressed with the forthcoming TechTool Pro 5, which Micromat is showing off at its Macworld Expo booth.
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.
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.
Blu-ray titles outsold HD DVD in the United States every single week of 2007…