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  1. August 1st, 2014 by Jay J. Nelson
    InDesign CC 2014
    In reviews of previous versions of InDesign, the looming question was always, “Is this version worth the cost of the upgrade or can I skip it?”...
  2. August 1st, 2014 by Andrew Hayward
    Notifier Pro for Gmail
    Google has been cleaning house of services and features over the last year or so, with Google Reader and iGoogle among the most notable casualties....
  3. August 1st, 2014 by Mark Hachman
    Microsoft OneNote embraces Mac and iOS users with a raft of new features
    Microsoft said Wednesday that it has added several new capabilities for OneNote for the Mac and iOS, including imported files from email and OneDrive...
  4. July 31st, 2014 by Alan Stafford
    Premiere Pro CC 2014
    If you’ve been caught in an embarrassing situation by the local 6 o’clock news crew, then you’ll appreciate that professional video editors...
  5. July 31st, 2014 by Rob Griffiths
    Permanent 2
    When I previously looked at Permanent (2 mice), I concluded that the iPad spreadsheet app had potential, but that potential was mostly untapped....
  6. July 30th, 2014 by Anthony Caruana
    Beats by Dr. Dre Wireless
    There’s no doubt that Beats by Dr. Dre has become one of the world’s most identifiable products. But the Beats Wireless headphones aren’t...
  7. July 30th, 2014 by Joe Kissell
    How to prepare for a Mac disaster
    No one likes to think about disasters such as burglary, earthquake, fire, the zombie apocalypse or other catastrophes that could potentially wipe...
  8. July 30th, 2014 by Liane Cassavoy
    Five unexpectedly useful iOS apps
    These days, there really is an app for almost anything – even things you may never have thought of. Want to connect two previously unlinked web...
  9. July 30th, 2014 by Marco Tabini
    Why sapphire iPhone 6 screens could be Apple’s next big thing
    Many years ago, when Apple’s idea of a smartphone was the Rokr and the company wasn’t yet racking in billions of dollars by the bucketful, a...
  10. July 30th, 2014 by Dan Moren
    Apple aims to improve book, radio recommendations with Swell, Booklamp
    Apple’s been on a bit of an acquisition kick over the last couple years, and it seems to be continuing apace. This week, the company has confirmed...
  11. July 30th, 2014 by Dan Moren
    Apple bumps MacBook Pro processors across the line
    Been holding out for the latest update to the MacBook Pro line? Hold out no longer: Apple on Wednesday issued a small speed bump to its professional...
  12. July 29th, 2014 by Lesa Snider
    Adobe Photoshop CC 2014
    Adobe added some incredibly practical features to Photoshop CC 2014, especially where productivity is concerned. Time-savers include smarter smart...
  13. July 29th, 2014 by Marco Tabini
    Why you should care about CloudKit
    If you’ve lived through the last couple iterations of OS X and iOS, you’ve probably had the opportunity to develop a special love/hate relationship...
  14. July 29th, 2014 by Christopher Breen
    How to automatically add movies to your Mac media server
    Reader Jason Enns would like to streamline his media acquisition workflow. He writes: I know you’re a fan of the Mac mini media center and I’ve...
  15. July 28th, 2014 by Anthony Caruana
    Why OS X Yosemite will boost your business productivity
    It won’t be long until Apple makes OS X Yosemite – the latest version of Mac OS – available to all of the Mac faithful. That may mean staff...
  16. July 28th, 2014 by Sarah Jacobsson Purewal
    Steampunk Tower
    Chillingo’s Steampunk Tower has something for everyone: Old-world visuals; a mildly interesting storyline; a nostalgic, jazzy soundtrack; and...
  17. July 28th, 2014 by Kirk McElhearn
    Ask the iTunes Guy: Should you re-rip your CDs?
    Sometimes, what seems like a good idea turns out to have unexpected consequences. One reader wrote in about album art that wasn’t syncing to his...
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