This expensive keyboard/case gives your iPad a MacBook-style makeover and total protection. But is it too heavy to be practical?
You bring the "brain" (i.e. the phone); the ClamBook gives you the screen and keyboard. This could be a hot product come the holidays.
The limited-edition Trooper ClamCase iPad case looks like it was forged from Stormtrooper armor. It's not officially affiliated with Lucasfilm, but you may see it at your next sci-fi convention.
Those seeking more productivity with the iPad may find a solution in ClamCase, a Bluetooth-capable device that adds a physical keyboard and stand to turn the tablet into a laptop.
Our Weekly Utilities Update report is a list of all the updates for many Mac utilities that have been released in the past week. This week we're taking a look at "Pixel Tester", which is useful for finding dead or stuck pixels.
Following our previous report on problems with ClamXav and Snow Leopard, it appears the developer has released a new version addresses these issues. Version 2.0.2 brings back contextu
For those who run the ClamXav antivirus software for OS X, the latest public beta version (2.0.1) will launch in OS X Snow Leopard, but there are some problems with it that prevent it from fully functioning. These include the custom analysis of fo
Staff Pick: ClamXav
There used to be a time when Mac owners could laud the platform's lack of viruses and trojans. These days, however, Mac users are seeing more and more exploits and other malware being developed, and as such keeping
ClamAV is being bought (and improved by) Sourcefire. This is a win for the market and for Sourcefire. And for open source.
Utilities Updates: ClamXav 1.0.6; Net Monitor 4.3.6; ScreenRecycler 0.64; PatchBurn 4.0.2; more