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Sonim XP1
February 1st, 2009

It’s shock resistant, water resistant, virtually scratch proof and the press release that accompanied it told us it had been shot with Glock and Remington firearms, put in an oven, strapped to a rocket, used as a hockey puck and a hammer, kicked, dragged behind a boat and driven over by a multi-ton truck.

Adobe Audition 3
May 1st, 2008

You won’t realise how advantageous that is until you’ve been using it for awhile, and for the price, it’s every bit as powerful as the high end pro suites.


Never Say Never
February 1st, 2008

Two things have driven the uptake of technology in printing; speed and quality. We not only need the best results for our project, we often don’t have the luxury of long periods of planning or execution.

Maxon Cinema 4D 11
March 1st, 2009

If you have a detailed motion scene but not enough time to texture every surface, Projection Man opens the scene in Photoshop where you paint your texture on a single frame. The system then renders the texture you painted on the whole scene, changing perspective and object size as the camera moves.


HP IQ770 Touchsmart PC
July 1st, 2007

Despite its potential as a designer’s device, HP are positioning it as a home PC to be placed in a common area where everyone can access it. Aside from the bevy of media functionality, two features make it a virtual meeting place for the household.

Camtasia
December 1st, 2009

Whether it’s for a presentation or walking someone through a complicated process, there’s nothing as visceral as seeing a task carried out by a user as he or she does it, and Camtasia lets you share the experience with anyone.






Dragon Naturally Speaking 10 Price: $499.95 The promise of hands-free computing is always a little distant from ...
July 1st, 2009

Can’t Stop the Music You've probably used truckloads of stock images, but have you ever ...
November 1st, 2009

Folder Synchronizer X Desktop is impressed with Folder Synchronizer X for two reasons, and the ...
June 1st, 2008

AccountsEdge If you're like most of us in the art and design world ...
October 1st, 2007

Wrapt or Wripped Off Since the vast majority of printed matter in the world is printed ...
February 1st, 2003

Adobe Premiere 6.5 Making the transition from any kind of traditional design (be it print ...
November 1st, 2001


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