1. Blogs
    Why I don’t want (or need) Visual Search

    Features like Bing’s Visual Search and Google Fast Flip, which is designed to replicate the experience of flipping through the pages of a newspaper...

  2. News
    Google tries to enhance news browsing with Fast Flip

    Google is developing a product called Fast Flip that aims to make it simpler and faster to browse through news articles on the Web, a process that...

  3. Reviews
    New: Avid updates pro video editing and production lineup

    Avid Technology has introduced new versions of its Media Composer, Symphony, and NewsCutter professional editing software, and Interplay, its production...

  4. Reviews
    New: Adobe Story public preview released

    Adobe Systems has announced the public preview of Adobe Story, the company's new collaborative script development software, at the 2009 IBC (International...

  5. News
    Adobe unveils Flash Access 2.0

    Adobe Systems has announced Adobe Flash Access 2.0, a key component of the Adobe Flash Platform, at the 2009 IBC (International Broadcasting Convention)...

  6. News
    Google tries to assuage EU doubters of its US Books deal

    As the European Union examines a U.S. deal between Google and publishers, the company made concessions on Monday designed to address concerns its...

  7. News
    Sony eyes consumer 3-D cameras as way to drive new format

    Recognising that a shortage of content could doom its 3-D push from the start, Sony is likely to launch cameras that give consumers the ability...

  8. Help
    The $300 blogger challenge

    If you’re looking to promote your hobby, trying to educate customers, or simply want to entertain the masses, the Web is quickly becoming the medium...

  9. Reviews
    New: Bring Google Reader to your desktop with Gruml

    Google Reader, the search giant's news reading software, works quite well as a Web app, but sometimes a native app can provide features and integration...

  10. Help
    Dealing with podcast glut

    Sometimes it’s possible to have too much of a good thing. Take podcasts, for example. They’re free and a lot of them offer great content. But...

  11. News
    VoloMedia claims a patent on podcasting

    Software developer VoloMedia has been awarded a U.S. patent that the company says covers the basic elements of podcasting, including subscribing...

  12. Reviews
    Review: Turbo.264 HD

    Today’s Macs are miracles of speed and efficiency, but there are particular tasks that can take seemingly forever. One of those tasks is encoding...

  13. News
    Review: Instapaper 2 for iPhone

    Marco Arment has done it again. The developer behind Instapaper Pro has taken the excellent newsreader application and made it even better.

  14. cat-iPhone
    Review: Read It Later for iPhone

    Sometimes, you would rather read a lengthy article on your computer screen than your iPhone. Just as often, you might find that you’d like to...

  15. News
    Joost unplugs Web TV service, concentrates on selling tech

    Web video site Joost is restructuring, abandoning its hopes to be a successful ad-supported Web TV provider. Instead it will sell its video-serving...

  16. News
    Reflections of App Store ratings

    I—and, likely you, in the very near future—have been warned. As you may be aware, with the iPhone 3.0 software comes sterner parental controls...

  17. Reviews
    Review: Spector Pro mac 2009

    Spector Pro mac 2009, like its sister application eBlaster 2009, is software that specialises in capturing every keystroke on one computer so it...

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