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Microsoft Office for Mac 2008
June 1st, 2008

Functionally, there are pluses and minuses across the board. The find facility in Entourage 2004 was easy, now it’s been remodelled on the needlessly complicated interface of Outlook’s search tool. But for the first time, Spotlight search covers Entourage emails.

Wrapt or Wripped Off
February 1st, 2003

With discipline and imagination, most graphic artists (who don’t work in dedicated packaging studios, at least) can use their favourite page layout software to create a standard box or bottle. Your bureau or printer will usually supply a cutting die to design on top of.


Toast Titanium 10
September 21st, 2009

Another new feature promised was the extraction of short clips from any DVD-Video disc but whether it was a copy protection issue on the discs Desktop tried, we had trouble getting it to work. If you’re a camcorder user, Toast also now comes with the ability to extract and archive AVCHD formatted footage straight from your device.

Traffic
August 1st, 2007

Just one advantage of that is because traffic can’t natively sync with the contacts data on your mobile phone, but case-by-case needs solutions can be part of Traffic’s service offering if you need it.


It’s a Knockout
May 1st, 2003

Mask Pro runs as a Photoshop plugin — you open it from within Photoshop to manipulate the image you’re working on then and there. As such, it doesn’t suck up massive amounts of your system resources.

Final Cut Studio 3
November 1st, 2009

There’s now a large floating Timecode window that you can move around and resize. It seems like it should have been included long ago, especially as it’s so easy to port your editing to a large (up to and including cinema-sized) screen for everyone rather than just the editor to watch as you work.






Pure One Classic Price: $249 If you're a radio listener you're probably aware digital radio has ...
October 1st, 2009

Apple 24′ iMac RRP: $3,269 The Apple iMac feels massive. It's not as sweeping as the ...
July 1st, 2008

Especially For You No longer the domain of corny leaflets with your name ...
October 1st, 2009

It’s Alive! Every time you sit down to watch a movie, you've probably watching ...
August 1st, 2008

Inside Out It's the oldest media around, and the only one people talk about ...
November 1st, 2002

Technology for Life A cinema advertisement for a car manufacturer shows a grown man zooming ...
September 1st, 2002


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