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Tune In, Turn On, Online
January 1st, 2003

In the recent past, 99% of us didn’t know or care about video formats. We went to the video shop and got a plastic box with two spools of magnetic tape that somehow contained recorded motion picture and sound. Formats were something TV stations and film distributors were concerned with.

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.


Transtype Pro
February 1st, 2008

Dragging the whole folder into the Source Fonts window didn’t exactly crash TransType, but the Mac beachball spun for long enough to make us think it had. It seemed a better to convert the fonts in groups alphabetically.

MacBook Pro
October 1st, 2009

Price: $2,399 If it’s been awhile since you looked at a new Mac, now might be the time to take the plunge. If you’re sick of being shackled to a desktop model and having to scrounge for a loan notebook every time we’re on the road, it might be time to follow the consumer trends […]


Adobe Creative Suite
June 1st, 2009

Some of the included applications are a little bit of a mystery. Anyone with the money to spend on a software family such as Creative Suite 4 would surely be a pro-level designer and use Dreamweaver instead of Contribute, but the latter’s still there.

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.






Papershow Price: $349 Making paper-based information digital has a long history in computing from ...
August 1st, 2009

Sonim XP1 Price: $449 The Simon XP1 is just a phone. There, we've been waiting ...
February 1st, 2009

DeBabelizer DebBabelizer Pro 6.0 is a batch image processing application and a pretty ...
December 1st, 2007

Quark Xpress 8 Quark has been in the wilderness for a long time, ignoring the ...
April 1st, 2009

Windows 7 Price: Free download/Release Candidate Beta We never thought we'd be so supportive of ...
September 1st, 2009

Samsung U900 Price: $699 Another carrier branded phone, the Samsung U900 was released via Telstra ...
February 1st, 2009


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