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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 »
By Bruce Bicknell Most of you are familiar with the HDR craze that’s been around for some time and, while there are many ways to achieve this effect, it’s still a mystery to many. Well, the folks at Oloneo are trying to... Read more »
If you're holding your breath for a touchscreen Mac, you're probably turning a little blue. Okay, take a breath and turn your attention to the Zorro Macsk from LumiaView (www.lumiaview.com). It's an external... Read more »
If you own an Apple laptop and want to turn them into full-fledged desktop computers, you can pretty much do this with the DS1 series of Thunderbolt docking stations from Matrox. Thunderbolt is, of course, an interface... Read more »
Let's face it: though Apple likes small and lean, when it comes to computing, you can't have too big a screen. With Mobile Monitor Technologies's Monitor2Go you can keep your small tablets and laptops, but add a bigger... Read more »
It takes a bit of work to keep your Mac running smoothly. Enter Stellar Data Recovery's Stellar Volume Repair 1.0, a repair tool for corrupt volume repair. It repairs volume errors, rebuilds any damaged directory, and... Read more »
MacTech Labs puts the new Parallels Desktop to the test to answer this question. One of the most frequent questions we've been getting recently is "Should I upgrade to Parallels Desktop 8?" Even though this new version... Read more »
MacTech Labs puts the new VMware Fusion to the test to see which is faster Since we’re MacTech, and we’re known for benchmarks, we get questions like “How much faster is VMware Fusion 5 vs. 4?" Even though this new... Read more »
FxFactory 4, the latest update to Noise Industries' visual effects plugin platform, FxFactory 4, is better than ever as it now supports Adobe Premiere Pro CS6, in addition to Apple Final Cut Pro, Motion, and Adobe After... Read more »
By Steve Baczewski Bordering the world of DSLRs -- and sharing many of the same sophisticated features -- is a breed of high-end, compact, point-and-shoot cameras. Leica (www.leica.com) has released one of those: their... Read more »
Adobe (www.adobe.com) recently revved its Adobe Creative Cloud offering, offering more than a dozen exclusive new features for Adobe Photoshop. Creative Cloud offers a way of providing tools and services for creative... Read more »
The Woodees iPic is a cool touchscreen stylus product with a unique, ergonomic design that closely resembles a guitar pick. It was created by mobile product and earbud manufacturer, Woodees (www.woodees.com). Woodees... Read more »
This week Acclivity launched AccountEdge Pro 2013 for Mac and Windows. If you run a small business, you'll find the software for business accounting and services extremely handy. AccountEdge lets you manage your... Read more »
If you're a power user, the Mac OS X Finder may not be flexible enough for you. If so, you should check out Path Finder (US$40) from CocoaTech (www.cocoatech.com). Recently revved to version 6, it's a standalone... Read more »
By Jeff Gamet Processing HDR images to get just the right effect can be as much art as science. The new HDR Expose 2 from Unified Color Technologies (www.unifiedcolor.com) aims to help you find the right balance between... Read more »
To get the most out of a MacBook battery, it should be depleted once a month. Depleting involves disconnecting the mains power and using the battery until the charge is nearly empty. However, few of us remember to do... Read more »
Thought it may be a little too frou-frou for some gents, the Stripe Sleeve from Greene and Gray (http://www.greeneandgray.com) is a fine sleeve for the 11-inch MacBook Air. Priced at US$39.95, it's padded and fleece-... Read more »
The original Apple evangelist/author/entrepreneur and jack-of-all-trades, Guy Kawasaki, has co-authored a book that any aspiring author needs to pick up: "APE: Author, Publisher, Entrepreneur: How to Publish a Book" (US... Read more »
Bheestie Bags is a device designed to save electronics from water and moisture damage. Whether it’s an accidental spill on your iPad or the product was exposed to moisture, you'll want to give the solution a chance. To... Read more »
By Erik Vlietnck Corel’s (www.corel.com) first professional photo catalog and RAW editing software, AfterShot Pro (US$99.99), is based on a number of technologies -- Bibble Pro, Noise Ninja, and Perfectly Clear -- that... Read more »
With ever more folks coming to the Mac platform, there are plenty of good books available for learning the basics. But what about going behind the basics? 
Enter "Master Your Mac" (http://macte.ch/3OHWp) from No Starch... Read more »
If you need advanced file recover, Mac Data Recovery Guru 2.0 is an app you'll want to check out. It requires Mac OS X 10.6 or higher, costs US$99 and is available at http://macosxfilerecovery.com (a limited version can... Read more »
By David Creamer Most printers are familiar with FlightCheck from Markzware (www.markzware.com), an US$99 standalone preflight application; however, with less-experienced users doing more work in-house, the need for... Read more »
 
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