We have pics straight from the show floor at Macworld/iWorld 2013. In this photo gallery, we have some of the products that won an Editors' Choice Award, plus lots of sights from the booths. All photographs by Sphynge Photography for TMO.
John F. Braun checks out Cloak, a VPN solution for both OS X and iOS that protects your network data from prying eyes.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- John F. Braun checks out the HP Officejet Pro X451/X551, certified as the world's fastest desktop printer.
SAN FRANCISCO - Swedish firm myFC was showing the company's new PowerTrekk fuel cell charger that allows users to charge an iPhone or other portable device without access to an electric socket, or even the sun. You will, however, need a tablespoon of water.
Tonight marks the 10th incarnation of our annual Cirque du Mac party at Macworld/iWorld Expo in San Francisco, and for the first time this year (technology willing!) we'll have a stream of the Macworld All-Star Band's performance for those of you that can't be in San Francisco with us tonight!
SAN FRANCISCO - Connected Data launched Transporter this week, the company's private data sharing and storage solution. The company first made waves with a Kickstarter effort in late 2012 to beta test Transporter, and the device is now available to the general public.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- John F. Braun learns more about CleanMyMac 2, a utility to clear large and unnecessary files from your Mac.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- John F. Braun checks out Daylight Viewfinder, a system to help take photos with iOS under bright conditions at Macworld/iWorld 2013. Daylight Viewfinder is a combination of hardware and software to help you take photos on your iOS device.
SAN FRANCISCO - Ashton Kutcher and Josh Gad took the stage to kick off Macworld/iWorld Thursday talking about playing Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak in the soon-to-be-released biopic jOBS. The two actors spoke passionately about capturing the essence of the two Steves, rather than the word-for-word history.
Macworld/iWorld is set to kick off in a couple days, which means it's time to close submissions for The Mac Observer's Editors' Choice Awards. Monday, January 28 is the last day companies planning on attending the conference and expo can submit their products for consideration. If your company hasn't submitted its product, app or service yet you still have a few hours left, so hop to it.
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