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By "Doctor Dave" Greenbaum Drive Genius 3 is ProSoft Engineering's (http://www.prosofteng.com) latest version of its drive manipulation and maintenance application. If you can do it to a hard drive, Drive Genius... Read more »
By Chris Main US$229.95 The Python blur by booq (http://www.booqbags.com) is a photo backpack designed to carry all of your digital camera gear plus up to a 17″ laptop with accessories. Booq is known for the quality... Read more »
Like Photoshop Elements 9 (see my review at http://macte.ch/vr4xl), Premiere Elements 9 from Adobe (http://www.adobe.com)-- which offers some serious competition for Apple's Final Cut Express -- is easy to learn. It... Read more »
Virtualization Benchmarks By Neil Ticktin, Editor-in-Chief/Publisher Head-to-Head: How do VMware Fusion 3.1 and Parallels Desktop 6 for Mac compare? Why Virtualization? In 2005, Apple announced the switch of the Mac... Read more »
M3me (http://www.m3me.com ) has released Remote Conductor 1.0 for iPad, a productivity app for wirelessly controlling a Mac. It turns the Apple table into a sort of hybrid of Apple's Magic Trackpad, Mac OS X Lion-ish... Read more »
Mobee Magic Charger (http://macte.ch/J7xg8) is a new US$49 wireless charger for the Apple Magic Mouse. If you're tired of replacing rechargeable batteries (and you do use rechargeables, don't you?) and don't mind an... Read more »
By David Creamer When working in Illustrator, have you ever thought that it would be nice to have Photoshop-type color adjustments? How about adding a few Acrobat prepress features? Well then, Phantasm CS (http://www.... Read more »
As 2010 comes to a close, I thought I'd offer some thoughts on my favorite Apple products of the year. And the ones that didn't "do it" for me. Among my favorites: ° The iPad, of course. It hasn't replaced my laptop,... Read more »
MacTVision Technologies recently rolled out MacTVision HD for Mac OS X, an update to their app that allows users to watch over 2,600 free, popular TV, news, sports, and specialty channels on their Mac, instantly, on... Read more »
By Marcus Geduld When I need particles, I reach for Partigen 2. Though it only works inside Flash, I export its animations for After Effects and Premiere Pro projects. Why am I gaga over Partigen? Because it gives me... Read more »
MicroVision's (http://www.microvision.com) SHOWWX+, the second generation of its laser pico Projector, is a cool device. But at US$449, it will only appeal to a certain niche of folks since it's too expensive to be a... Read more »
By Steve Baczewski Canon’s (http://www.usa.canon.com) G-series PowerShot cameras consist of high-end point-and-shoots. They’re often used by professional photographers as a second camera because they produce quality... Read more »
By the MacTech Magazine Editorial Staff It’s that time of year where people think about toys they want, and how they want to spend their money for the next year. Whether it’s a new budget with the new year, or just... Read more »
NOTE: The full article is now available here. Preview: Parallels Desktop for Mac vs. VMware Fusion How does VMware Fusion 3.1 and Parallels Desktop 6 for Mac compare? PREVIEW For the past several weeks, MacTech has been... Read more »
Portable Sound Laboratories (http://www.imaingo.com)'s US$69.99 iMainGo X. is designed to offer "high-end sound quality and amazing light weight portability to customers who use the iPhone, any Apple iPod, the Microsoft... Read more »
Verbatim (http://www.verbatim.com)'s MediaShare Mini -- at US$89.95 -- is an affordable, if quirky, home networking solution. Like the Apple TV, it comes with no storage and no option for internal storage (exernal... Read more »
Epson (http://www.epson.com) says its US$299.99 Artisan 835 All-In-One printing and scanning solution provides the world’s fastest 4 x 6-inch photo print speeds. I won't argue with that as the printer is, indeed, darn... Read more »
By Jason Scrivner Color correction in film and video in any ideal situation should be left to those who have spent years training their eyes to finesse each scene to the perfect combination. Yet, in all reality these... Read more »
This MacNews Category Review looks at part two of recipe software for the Mac. MacGourmet Mariner Software (http://www.marinersoftware.com/) makes MacGourmet, recipe and wine management software for Mac OS X. With... Read more »
So many choices, so little time. At least that's what you may think when using your iPad with the Powisicase (http://www.powisicase.com/). It comes in a variety of styles -- from black handcrafted leather to a brightly... Read more »
As I've mentioned before, my goal of using my iMac as my main computer and an iPad with a keyboard as a secondary system for writing articles, checking email, etc., just never panned out. I simply missed having an Apple... Read more »
If you have 100 bucks to spend on a premium iPad case, Sena Cases has got your number with the Folio (http://www.senacases.com/apple/apple-ipad-cases), a high-end, Napa leather case that dresses up the Apple tablet in... Read more »
By Marcus Geduld After Effects has such a powerful built-in text engine, what more could an animator need? Noise Industries (http://www.noiseindustries.com) has answered that question by taking a close look at existing... Read more »
This MacNews Category Review looks at part one of recipe software for the Mac. A Cook's Books A Cook's Books (http://www.3caam.com/) is a recipe manager and nutritional reference tool. It can be used to add recipes,... Read more »
If the Vario from Zerochroma (http://www.zerochroma.com) isn't the most versatile iPad case/stand around, I'm not sure what is. It provides an angle-setting, rotatable carrying solution for the Apple tablet. You can... Read more »
 
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