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Carbonite for Mac Review

So after coming to the realization that I have a lot of information on my Mac (not that I haven’t thought about it before), and thinking about how although I have multiple backups of my system they all are here with me and not somewhere else. I could encrypt an external hard drive and keep […]

Facebook’s Experimental App For Mac

“If you’re on a Mac and you use Facebook frequently, you’re going to love this. We’ve stumbled across a new experimental application being developed in-house at Facebook that’s called “Desktop Notifications“. It’s exactly what it sounds like — the application sits in your menubar at the top of the screen, giving you easy access to […]

C64 Emulator Approved by Apple and Now Available

“The $4.99 C64 emulator costs $4.99 and includes 5 games: Dragons Den, Le Mans, Jupiter Lander, Arctic Shipwreck, and Jack Attack. Additional separately sold game packs will be coming soon. With the C64 emulator approved, Manomio is also clear to pursue further licensing deals and they have said they are actively working on adding new […]

Like Chrome, Should Firefox Put Tabs on Top?

Mozilla, the open-source browser maker, has posted mockup screenshots of its upcoming 4.0 and 3.7 browsers for Microsoft Windows, and the company is encouraging people to give feedback on new, highlighted features it may incorporate into the products. One of the proposed updates for 4.0, called “Tabs-on-Top,” looks similar to tabs on Google’s Chrome browser. […]

Global Domination With F.A.S.T. for iPhone

From the show floor of the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) WHAT: When war comes FAST to your part of the world, will you be ready? SGN today launched F.A.S.T. (Fleet Air Superiority Training), the air combat flight simulation program for iPhone. In the genre of dogfight games for the iPhone, Social Gaming Network (SGN) […]

Founders Seek to Buy Skype Back From EBay

The European duo who created Skype and sold it to eBay for billions may have another trick up their sleeve: buying it back. Niklas Zennstrom and Janus Friis, the original founders of Skype, have approached several private equity firms and are pooling their own substantial resources to make a bid for the Internet calling service, […]

iPhone Application Review: Dub — No More Business Cards

Sick and tired of a fat wallet due to all the business cards that you need to carry? Want to stop wasting trees and harming the environment? Just want to make yourself look cool and use sweet new technology? If you answered yes to any of the above questions, or simply want a much easier […]

BlackBerry Gets Sling Player

RIM desperately wants its BlackBerry devices to become more than just email. It wants them to become multimedia hubs, thanks to a bit of iPhone envy. And video is getting some serious attention. Yesterday, Liz had the scoop about their new TV show streaming service. And now Sling Media, a place-shifting gear maker, reported that […]

25 Useful Free Mac Apps for Freelancers

As a full-time freelancer and part-time geek, I like to play around and install applications on my Mac. In the following list I share some of the free Mac apps that make my life easier. I also own a PC, so I give my readers who use a PC an alternative for each app.

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Free Microsoft Software for Students and Teachers

If you’re a current university or high school student, you can download professional Microsoft developer, designer, and gaming software through DreamSpark at no charge. Yes, students get to download software at no charge. DreamSpark enables students, like you, to download and use Microsoft tools to unlock your creative potential and set you on the path […]

iPhone 3.0 OS Guide: Everything You Need to Know

iPhone 3.0 OS, the next generation operating system for the iPhone, iPod touch, and whatever Apple device comes next. Here you will find all the information you need, updated in real time as it’s unveiled.

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