Category:  MacWorld|iWorld

By Trevor Sheridan, February 8, 2013 Comments Off on MacWorld 2013: An iPad Powered Telepresence Robot MacWorld|iWorld, Special Event

MacWorld wasn’t filled with the most surprising items in 2013, but we were definitely shocked when we reached the very back of the show floor to find something completely new. Double Robotics had the most futuristic product I’ve seen, and it’s a telepresence robot powered by the iPad. The Double, is a metal stake on… Read More »

By Trevor Sheridan, February 8, 2013 Comments Off on BigDay – A Gift Registry For All Occasions App Of The Day, MacWorld|iWorld, Special Event

The more people you know, the more big days there are to remember, and you always want to get someone special something they want. BigDay is an app we saw at MacWorld that attempts to be your one stop for the big days in your life. At the most basic level, BigDay is a reminder… Read More »

By Trevor Sheridan, February 7, 2013 Comments Off on MacWorld 2013: Crestron Home Automation Reduces App Clutter MacWorld|iWorld, Special Event

Crestron is the name in home automation, and they were at MacWorld once again. This year’s emphasis was all about reducing app clutter, as Crestron provides an all in one solution. These days, so many products in your home have their own app whether it’s your TV, blu-ray player, cable/satellite box, streaming device, lights, thermostat,… Read More »

By Trevor Sheridan, February 7, 2013 Comments Off on MacWorld 2013: MirrorCase – Record iOS Video Naturally MacWorld|iWorld, Special Event

If you have ever recorded video or snapped photos with your iPhone, then you know that the device sits between you, and what you’re filming. There’s no slick way to record with your iPhone, as your phone is over your face whenever anyone is looking towards you. MirrorCase is an accessory that lets you record… Read More »

By Trevor Sheridan, February 6, 2013 Comments Off on MacWorld 2013: Art Authority Goes Local And K12 MacWorld|iWorld, Special Event

Last year at MacWorld, we were blown away by Art Authority as it’s a virtual art gallery composed of close to 60,000 works of art from the most famous museums across the world. The app takes it a step further as not only can you touch the art, but you’re encouraged to do so. This… Read More »

By Trevor Sheridan, February 5, 2013 Comments Off on MacWorld 2013: Glide Turns Your iPhone Into A Video Walkie Talkie MacWorld|iWorld, Special Event

Walkie Talkies are such old pieces of technology, though they were quite revolutionary for their time. The iPhone started its own revolution, and now Glide is here to use the iPhone to revolutionize walkie talkies. Glide brings video to the walkie talkie idea allowing for video push to talk communications. Unlike Skype, FaceTime, or other… Read More »

By Trevor Sheridan, February 5, 2013 2 MacWorld|iWorld, Special Event

Belkin makes a wide assortment of accessories with a number of interesting iOS released products. At MacWorld, they were showing off the Thunderstorm which is a complete stereo system for iPad. The Thunderstorm looks like a thick iPad case with a speaker bar at the bottom to greatly increase the audio output of the iPad…. Read More »

By Trevor Sheridan, February 5, 2013 Comments Off on App Of The Day: PinYinPal – Learn Chinese By Playing A Game MacWorld|iWorld, Special Event

There are simply some things you don’t expect, but as soon as you see them, you know they’re such good ideas. That definitely applies to PinYinPal, as it’s a brand new way to learn a language. There are all kinds of ways to learn languages, but playing a game may be the best way to… Read More »

By Trevor Sheridan, February 5, 2013 Comments Off on MacWorld 2013: Kanex Makes Traditional Wired Products Wireless MacWorld|iWorld, Special Event

Kanex has a very interesting line of products with various iOS accessories with some focusing on wired alternatives, and others turning wired products into wireless solutions. The meDrive is one such product that creates a personal cloud based file server for your iOS devices. The system works by plugging the meDrive into your router with… Read More »

By Trevor Sheridan, February 5, 2013 Comments Off on Cloak Makes It Easy To Browse Safely App Of The Day, MacWorld|iWorld, Special Event

Public WiFi is a great resource allowing you to get online for free whether you’re at the coffee shop, airport, hotel, convention center, etc. The problem is that when you browse using public WiFi, your information could be accessed by others on that same public WiFi network. Cloak is an app designed to keep you… Read More »