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WD's new My Cloud EX4 is a four-bay network attached storage (NAS) solution targeted to creative professionals, prosumers, workgroups and just about anyone looking for a reliable way to save, share, back up, stream and... Read more »
Dane-Elec's US$39.99 Media Streamer helps overcome the storage limits of iDevices. The portable device allows the mobile user unlimited access to all of their content via an SD card or USB drive, which can be shared... Read more »
Blackmagic's DaVinci Resolve 10, available now for download free of charge for all existing DaVinci Resolve customers, is a solid upgrade of the an on set, editing and color correction solution for Mac OS X, Windows and... Read more »
IK Multimedia's iLoud is a portable stereo speaker designed for studio monitor quality on the go. The iLoud speaker packs some punch thanks to its 40W RMS of power. However, it's clear at all volume levels thanks to an... Read more »
Apparent Corp.'s Doxie Flip is a flatbed scanner with a difference. It's a battery-powered, cordless scanner that flips over to capture photos, memories, creative ideas, and notebooks. The Doxie flip is cordless and... Read more »
Mailplane is an application that gives you a combined Google Calendar and Gmail experience separate from your web browser. With this OS X app no separate calendar set-up is required. Plus, accepting an invitation... Read more »
Booq has introduced the Viper hardcase for tablets such as the iPad and MacBook Airs (it also works with Chromebook Pixels). Booq's Viper hardcase for tablets such as the iPad and laptops such as the MacBook Air has... Read more »
One precaution parents are taking for children comes in the form of alarm backpacks. Now parents and children can take safety into their own hands, literally. The iSafe US$59.99 backpack works in two ways. Not only... Read more »
If you want to beef up your Mac's audio, the Audioengine 2+ Premium Powered Desktop Speakers are a great choice. With a built-in digital-to-analog converter (DAC), the speaker system allows you to bypass your computer's... Read more »
The inclusion of Apple's ebook-reading software, iBooks, in OS X 10.9 Mavericks is big news for anyone who reads ebooks. Although iBooks seems relatively simple, it turns out to be more involved once you start loading... Read more »
Dane-Elec USA's Media Streamer is a handy peripheral for your iDevices. It combines four solutions in one — expanded storage, content sharing, mobile device charging and backup of contacts. Designed for use on the go,... Read more »
The 10th anniversary edition of "A Theory of Fun for Game Design, 2nd Edition" is now in color, but, as before, it takes readers deep into the influences that underlie modern video games, and examines the elements they... Read more »
Miraizon's Cinematize Pro HD. Cinematize Pro HD, a HD clip extractor for Blu-ray and AVCHD on the Mac, is designed to meet the needs of even the most demanding audio and video professionals. It can extract clips of any... Read more »
Want to make your own games? Even if you're an absolute beginner, "3D Game Programming for Kids: Create Interactive Worlds With JavaScript" from Pragmatic Bookshelf will teach you how to make your own online games with... Read more »
As laptops are becoming more portable and lightweight they are losing many of their interface options. This where CalDigit's US$199 Thunderbolt Station comes in. The CalDigit Thunderbolt Station brings back those... Read more »
Orange Software recently updated Studiometry, its client and project management tool, to version 11. The upgrade sports a new user interface and over 120 features and improvements. A new three-column layout in version... Read more »
With all the time they spend playing video games, it's only natural that some kids want to learn to make their own. But where do they begin? Some parents get their kids started with Scratch, a popular (and free)... Read more »
equinox's Spot Maps for Mac OS X lets you find networked devices and localize them on an interactive map via drag and drop. With Live Monitoring, Spot Maps retrieves the current status of all devices in real time, and... Read more »
Promise Technology's Pegasus2 is the world's first storage solution with Thunderbolt 2, the technology from Intel that delivers speeds of 20Gbps. The Pegasus2 line of hardware RAID solutions provides fast transfer... Read more »
If you're an iMac or Apple Cinema Display owner, Twelve South's HiRise offers a kool addition to your workspace. It's an US$79.99, height-adjustable stand that's both functional and good-looking. 
It's crafted from... Read more »
With version 7, Apple gave iOS a radical makeover. Fortunately, author David Pogue is back with an expanded edition (the seventh) of "iPhone: The Missing Manual." The 600-page book (which costs US$27.49 for the print... Read more »
If you need to transfer numerical lPDF data into perfectly formatted Excel spreadsheets or editable Word documents, you need Able2Extract PDF Converter 8 from Investintech.com, a PDF solutions provider. It's a cross-... Read more »
"Practical Programming: An Introduction to Computer Science Using Python 3" from Pragmatic Bookshelf is a good read for anyone who wants to understand computer programming. The book is available in an US$38 paperback... Read more »
iHome's new US$99.99 Type Pro Bluetooth Keyboard with Swivel Case lets you convert your iPad into a notebook computer, even as it provides protection. It's Bluetooth-enabled for wireless connectivity. The swivel... Read more »
Twelve South (www.twelvesouth.com) US$34.95 HiRise is a pedestal that lets your iPhone or iPad mini sit on your desk in style. The adjustable stand works exclusively with the Apple Lightning cable. The metal pedestal... Read more »
 
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Get The Whole Story – Lone Wolf Complete...
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This Princess Has a Dragon and She isn’t...
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Mecha Showdown Review
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Sum Idea Review
Sum Idea Review By Jennifer Allen on February 27th, 2015 Our Rating: :: TAXING NUMBERSUniversal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad Sum Idea is a fairly charming but taxing puzzle game.   | Read more »
A New Badland Update Brings Daydream Lev...
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Slashing Demons Review
Slashing Demons Review By Lee Hamlet on February 27th, 2015 Our Rating: :: IT'S A LONG WAY TO THE TOPUniversal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad Slashing Demons lacks the depth or scope to take it beyond the point of being just another endless tapper.   | Read more »
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