Knock, knock, who’s there? It’s your iPhone, unlocking your Mac! Knock is a clever solution pairing a paid iPhone app with free OS X host software, which allows owners of late-model Mac computers to log into their user accounts by simply "knocking" twice on the handset – even if it’s sitting locked and idle in your pocket. The iPhone and iPod touch app performs this trickery by communicating with the Mac in question using the latest low-energy Bluetooth 4.0.
The SuperTooth Disco Twin speakers let you enhance the audio experience on your Mac, iPhone, iPad, or other Bluetooth-enabled device with a high-efficiency bass-reflex system that pumps out 16 watts of RMS power per speaker. You can win a pair of speakers for free by entering this month's promotion after the jump!
The iPad Air is set to hit retail stores this Friday, but if you don't fancy any of Apple's available case options, the folks at Logitech will have a wider variety available -- provided you're willing to wait until next month, that is.
Looking to fill the room with big sound from your Bluetooth-enabled mobile device without wires of any kind? The folks at Ultimate Ears have just unveiled the latest member of its lineup that may just fit the bill.
Magic Mouse, you've been put on notice: Logitech has just unveiled a slim new touch-enabled mouse that looks great next to the latest Mac computers and is perfect for notebook users constantly on the go.
It's that time again — time for our post-PC world to kick in and for all our refurb deals to not be laptops or desktops, but handhelds and pocket-sized devices. So if you came looking for a sweet MacBook Air, check last week's column or next week, because this week we're all about the iOS.
As consumers we face the lifelong dichotomy of wanting to know our good money is well spent, and we also want to get the most bang for our buck. With speakers, this is rarely different. Nyne’s NB-250 sounds lush, there’s no denying it, but Killer Concepts’ Rocksteady XS is making waves at half of the price. Does a Benjamin honestly represent the gap between these two products?
We're big fans of Logitech's Harmony remote controls, and even though the company may soon divest itself of the division, they're moving forward with a new Smart Control edition that puts mobile devices in control of the living room.
OK, gamers, what are your thoughts on that Xbox One? If you've seen the hardware, you already know it looks pretty huge, which has a lot of fans scratching their heads. Of course, we have yet to get a close look at Sony's upcoming PlayStation 4, but judging from a teaser video released this week, we may not have long to wait -- although it seems many game fans may choose to sit out this generation in favor of mobile devices like the iPad. Are you one of them?
Let's take a look at the Mac lineup and see what the barest-bones, cheapest devices we can score might be. You're looking to take a plunge on a Mac and leave Windows behind? Here's how you can make the transition for a little less than buying the newest models.