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By Frank Petrie As the pace of technology's development continues to gain speed, so seems does our daily lives. Plus the more technology you use, the more energy you consume. So, up goes your carbon footprint. Ideally,... Read more »
By Cyndy Cashman The new features in Flash Professional CS5 (US$699; $199 for upgrades) from Adobe (http://www.adobe.com) should bring smiles to the faces of both designers and developers. Two big improvements in the... Read more »
This MacNews Category Review is the first of our multi-part look at retail management software for the Mac. Products covered include 3in1 FileMaker Pro Template: Retail Planning Catalog, 7Office Sales Cycle Management,... Read more »
Just Mobile's UpStand (http://www.just-mobile.com) is an US$49.95 iPad stand tht looks like what I suspect an iPad stand from Apple would look like if they decided to make one -- even down to the packaging. Engineered... Read more »
By Daniel M. East One of the primary frustrations of many professional photographers, designers, and illustrators in the digital realm seems to be color consistency. While there are quite a few software and hardware... Read more »
By Mike Mackenzie Imagenomic (http://www.imagenomic.com) added Lightroom support to its portrait-retouching plug-in, appropriately called Portraiture. Installation couldn’t be easier and you can access the plug-in by... Read more »
This MacNews Category Review is the final part of our multi-part look at interdisciplinary apps for the Mac. Products covered include MPI Pro, MultiSpec, NAG C Library, NCL binaries, NetLogo, Neural Network Toolbox,... Read more »
In my home office, I have a 32-inch Vizio display attached to my iMac. I can use it as a secondary monitor and/or watch Blu-ray movies (since I can't do that natively on my Mac -- thanks, Apple) due to the Kanex iAdapt... Read more »
iSkysoft is now offering its DVD to iPhone Converter for free through Aug. 9. It's normally US$29. It's worth the 30 bucks -- and it's a must-have for free.   You can get more info at http://www.iskysoft.com/software-... Read more »
This MacNews Category Review is the third of our multi-part look at interdisciplinary apps for the Mac. Products covered include Graphing Calculator, GraphPad Prism, Gridgen, Gridirion XLR8, gridMathematica, Hipparchus... Read more »
By Harinder S. Bawa Do you return from vacation and end up showing folks the pictures on your iPhone? You end up tell the same stories, the same amusing anecdotes to each person. Well, if you don’t like repeating... Read more »
This MacNews Category Review is the first of our multi-part look at interdisciplinary apps for the Mac. Products covered include Aabel, ActivStats, AdaptX, Advanced Numerical Methods, Aerospace Blockset, AgentSheets,... Read more »
The Omniverse case from Uniea (http://www.uniea.com) is a classy, durable case for the Apple tablet. And, at least in this case, class doesn't come at a price as the case is reasonably priced at US$39.95. The Omniverse... Read more »
By 'Doctor Dave' Greenbaum Hard Candy seem to always be first to market lately with protective cases for Apple's latest accessories. First impressions mean a lot and Hard Candy doesn't disappoint. Their Bubble Sleeve (... Read more »
By 'Doctor Dave' Greenbaum  As the market matures for iPad products, the choices for a good stand have become overwhelming. Some people have made a cheap stand from a few parts found at an office supply store, while... Read more »
By Frank Petrie In case you haven't heard yet, Apple released a new product a few months back that interested a few people. They called it the iPad. And, just as with any Apple device (in particular, the mobile devices... Read more »
This MacNews Category Review is the second part of our round-up of Mac software for image analysis. Products covered include ImageJ, Imaris, iRad, iRAF, iSee, Madena, NIH AFNI, NIH Image, OpenLab, OTMIAS, Slidebook and... Read more »
The Sennheiser MM450 (which you can pick up for around US$449) is a BlueTooth enabled headset with noise canceling features that let you converse with other people with the push of a button -- without accidentally... Read more »
You have your iPad and you probably want to carry it with you wherever you go. In which case (no pun intended) you should check out the iPad Ultimate SleeveCase from Waterfield (http://sfbags.com/products/ipad-cases/... Read more »
The secure hosted Exchange service from AppRiver (http://www.appriver.com) -- a provider of e-mail messaging and web security solutions -- is a gotta-give-it-a-look solution for those who want to improve mobile email... Read more »
Acclivity (http://accountedge.com/mac/)'s AccountEdge 2010, the latest version of their small business accounting software for the Mac, is a solid update -- especially if you need web store integration. Among the new... Read more »
By David Creamer A year ago this past June, Extensis (http://www.extensis.com) released version 1 of Universal Type Server (UTS)—and now version 2 is hot on its heels with some nice new features that are going to be of... Read more »
This MacNews Category Review is part one of a round-up of Mac software for image analysis. Products covered include Attractor Explorer 3D, Brainvoyager QX, Canvas X, Carnoy, CoLocalizer Pro & CoLocalizer Express,... Read more »
If you want massive storage -- and, let's face it, most of us could use it these days -- Seagate's US$249.99 FreeAgent GoFlex Desk (http://www.seagate.com) is a great deal at US$249.99. You can store up to 120 HD movies... Read more »
By Greg Mills Over the last month, a number of companies have sent me sample products for testing and review. All relate to iPad, so here's a round-up of reviews. There are various solutions for protecting iPad from the... Read more »
 
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Micronytes Director’s Cut Review
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Taste Savant Review
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FarmVille 2: Country Escape Review
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