You thought you were going to get through another weekend without that TUAW classic Caturday? Well, you're wrong. Today's feline geek is Max, a six-month-old Singapura who loves to help his human, Sumner Paine, work on his 27" iMac. According...Show More Summary
The Touch is a cool-looking new way to control Adobe Lightroom, either using your Magic trackpad or your iPad. It’s a small app that runs alongside Lightroom (or Final Cut Pro X) and lets you control it using all manner of gestures, taps, and swipes, letting you focus less on which slider to grab and [...]Show More Summary
If you’re anything like me, you pretty much spend all of your day clicking. Clicking a mouse. Clicking a trackpad. Clicking a keyboard. And yet, despite all of that physical exertion, I’m still somehow a fatass. How can that be? Luckily, some scientists have looked into the problem, and figured out the answer: I’m just [...]Show More Summary
Let's say you're reading TUAW and you see that I've used the word "peripatetic" in a post. While some of you would know the meaning of the word, others might be doing a bit of head-scratching and fire up the Dictionary app on your Mac. Show More Summary
The latest version of Safari for OS X has an iOS-like behavior if you’re using an Apple Trackpad, Magic Mouse, or Magic Trackpad to browse the web. If you double tap on the trackpad or mouse, the view within the Safari window will zoom in, just like a double tap on your iPhone or iPad [...]Show More Summary
This is the mother lode, folks: we're starting off the new year by offering a brand-new iMac with 1TB hard drive, 8GB RAM and Magic Trackpad! What's more, this fully-decked all-in-one also comes preloaded with Parallels Desktop 8 for...Show More Summary
Mac: You can set up a few simple gestures on your MacBook to make navigating with the trackpad (or Magic Mouse) a breeze, but the default selection is pretty limited. Jitouch is a utility that adds a bunch of useful gestures for browsing the web and using different software. More »
A couple of days ago Logitech announced the impending release of its Trackpad for Mac, a $69 alternative to Apple’s own Magic Trackpad offering. Logitech was quick to ship one... Keep reading ?
If you’ve got a Mac, but simply can’t stand the Apple wireless keyboard or Magic Trackpad for some reason, you’ve now got another option because Logitech has just unveiled a wireless keyboard and trackpad, made especially for Mac. The Logitech Bluetooth Easy-Switch Keyboard is backlit and will play nicely with…
Apple’s Magic Trackpad went two and a half years without an equally appealing third-party competitor for the Mac. Finally, someone has taken a stab at improving on our favorite input device: Logitech’s Rechargeable Trackpad ($70) looks like a real contender. Show More Summary
Lately, my bag is light, but my heart is heavy. My favorite computing device, my Chromebook, is off getting its trackpad repaired under warranty. Mr WayofCats observed it might not be the fault of the Chromebook, since I have probably … Continue reading ?
"Letterpress is a painfully addictive word game, earning its place on my home screen and sure to win the hearts of people in bathrooms everywhere. I give it five Magic Trackpads." Imagine yourself drawing a bath. The water runs over the sound of light jazz as you slide your robe off, lit by the scented candles scattered around the room. Show More Summary
Logitech has given its Wireless Touchpad a much needed facelift that makes it look almost identical to Apple's Magic Trackpad—save for a sleek dark gray finish, and the lack of any wires. More »
. It feels like consumer PC hardware can now be defined thusly: “Make something as close as possible to an Apple product without getting sued.” HP’s Spectre One comes with accessories that look and act almost identical to the Apple counterparts. The screen looks like a Cinema Display with HP pasted over the Apple. Perhaps [...]
An Apple patent application published on Thursday shows the company is investigating the illuminated touchpad technology, possibly for use in its MacBook line of laptops or a peripheral device like the Magic Trackpad.
Whenever I use my iMac, I’m constantly distracted by the Bluetooth menubar icon which tells me one of my peripherals is running low on batteries. But which is it? On of my two Magic Trackpads (I like to double-fist whilst working)? My Bluetooth keyboard? Or is it trying to tell me something about a forgotten [...]Show More Summary
Mac: You can find your Apple accessory's battery life buried in your System Preferences, but if you're looking for a quick and easy way to see how much juice they have left, Battery Status is an app that stuffs that info right in your menu bar. More »
Battery Status’s menu icon displays a graphical representation of the battery level of your Magic Trackpad, Magic Mouse, or Wireless Keyboard.
This week in Editors' Picks: Two Associate Editors who are moving on from Geekosystem this and next week, boo! A secret project Eric has been working on for like a week, yay! And a trackpad, booyah!
There's no way Gigabyte's Xenon Dual Mode Touchpad Mouse, that is a trackpad and mouse in one combination, can be any good, right? The mouse looks like a complete horror show, like using an angular Magic Mouse, and the trackpad looks neutered and drooping. I don't believe. More »