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NewerTech's next-generation Power2U AC/USB Wall Outlet is a fine tool for eliminating the need for power adapters. It features NEC tamper-resistant receptacles and is available in a new 20 Amp model for residential and... Read more »
When you need to create HTML5 and Flash-based animations and/or interactive content you need MotionComposer from Aquafadas (www.aquafadas.com). It's a user friendly, visual-based authoring and effects tool. The latest... Read more »
The Wormhole Switch from J5Create (www.j5create.com) is a good tool for trading files between Macs and PCs, as well as iPads. It requires (on the Mac) OS 10.5 and higher and (on a PC) Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000. The JUC400... Read more »
By Pete Collins About 10 years ago I borrowed (stole) my sister’s Intuos2 tablet and I’ve rarely used a mouse since. I almost can’t work without my tablets. When I heard that Wacom was coming out with the Intuos5, I... Read more »
If you need a solid, Mac oriented word processor, but don't need lots of extraneous bells and whistles, Mellel Lite (www.mellel.com), available exclusively on the Mac App Store, is worth a look. It packs many features... Read more »
Need a digital notebook that also allows you to store log-ins and other information securely. Then you need Carnet for Mac OS X from Deliquus. The app users Advanced Encryption Standard with 256-bit keys, which is used... Read more »
Apple wants us to live in a world without optical drive (see the new iMac, Mac mini, MacBook Air and Retina display MacBooks), but for some of us that's not feasible. If you fall into this category, note that MCE... Read more »
Ever deleted or lost photos, music, documents, video files or other data? You know you have. So you may need AppleXsoft Photo Recovery (http://tinyurl.com/agxyn9g), digital media data recovery software designed for Mac... Read more »
By Jay Nelson Photographers and other creative people have many reasons to convert a photo into a sketch or painting. Let’s say that the subject of a photo is important, but poor lighting makes it unsalvageable as a... Read more »
SEP Software's new, integrated solution to backup servers, desktop computers and laptops works --and works well -- with Mac OS X (64-bit) running Mac OS X 10.7 and higher. Support for earlier versions is planned. It's... Read more »
The iPod may be "old news" in the Apple world, but it's still the best selling MP3 player in the universe. And it has lots of features you may not be aware of. 
Enter "iPod: The Missing Manual" from O'Reilly Publishing... Read more »
If you're looking for an advanced, network storage device, you'll want to check out the Drobo 5N, which is a fine fit for home users, creative pros and small offices. It packs enough storage for more than 90,000 16-... Read more »
By Michael Corsentino It’s an exciting time for the Canon Speedlite community. Canon’s new radio-enabled 600EX-RT Speedlite and companion ST-E3-RT radio transmitter are a quantum leap forward in wireless E-TTL handheld... Read more »
If you need networking on the go, you need the Wireless N Pocket Router from TP-Link (www.tp-link.com). Introduced at the recent Consumer Electronics Show, it will be available later this quarter (pricing hasn't been... Read more »
According to the SITA (a specialist in air transport communications and information technology), nearly 26 million bags go missing each year from airports around the world. Air travelers concerned about their valuables... Read more »
High quality projectors aren't cheap. Epson America's (www.epson.com) 3LCD PowerLite Home Cinema 750HD, at US$899, isn't either, but it is versatile and high quality. You get what you pay for. The PowerLite Home Cinema... Read more »
When it comes to Wi-Fi, you can never have too much range. Enter the US$99 WiFi Range Extender from Netgear (www.netgear.com). Actually, the full name is the Netgear Universal Dual Band WiFi Range Extender, Wall-plug... Read more »
By Kevin Ames The latest DSLR camera from Sigma Corporation is the SD1 Merrill, named for Richard "Dick" Merrill, inventor of the X3F CMOS chip, which uses a type of layering that splits light into red, green, and blue... Read more »
If you have an iOS device (and you know you do) but never seem to have enough storage, iCloud or not, Seagate Technology (www.seagate.com) has a new product you should look into: the Seagate Wireless Plus mobile device... Read more »
When you think of the terms "mini" and "RAID," you probably don't think of them in the same context. That's about to change with the G-RAID mini (http://www.g-technology.eu/products/g-raid-mini.php) from G-Technology.... Read more »
If you have multiple Macs -- as many of us do -- you should certainly look into ChronoSync from Econ Technologies. The US$40 utility offers a way to synchronize or backup files and folders. And if you use ChronoSync,... Read more »
If you're looking for an unusual connectivity part, you'll want to check with the folks at StarTech (www.StarTech.com). The company has, among other things, a line of US$18.99 specialized cables for charging and syncing... Read more »
By Laurie Excell When the folks at Really Right Stuff (www.reallyrightstuff.com) put their mind to a new product, they don’t just do it halfway. And their new PG-02 Full Gimbal Head (US$800) is no exception! I decided... Read more »
Need a multi-purpose keyboard. Check out the Logitech Bluetooth Easy-Switch Keyboard (http://tinyurl.com/atvw35f), an US$99.99 keyboard that can move from a Mac to an iPad to an iPhone with ease. It features Logitech... Read more »
Need a multi-purpose keyboard. Check out the Logitech Bluetooth Easy-Switch Keyboard (http://tinyurl.com/atvw35f), an US$99.99 keyboard that can move from a Mac to an iPad to an iPhone with ease. It features Logitech... Read more »
 
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