iLife ’09
August 5th, 2009

iMovie has a new video stabilisation feature and GarageBand offers you a new feature called Lessons, which — as the name suggests — teaches you how to use it. If you buy a new Mac iLife ’09 is included, but if you have an older model, the first shock you’ll receive is that it only works on Mac OSX 10.5.

Pure One Classic
October 1st, 2009

The really big deal however is that being digital, the signal can come over the airwaves packed with all kinds of metadata, which explains the little LCD on the front of the body. The name of the show, track listings, competitions and more can be displayed as text while you listen and you can even scroll through them. You can also control the datastream just like you would a show or video on Tivo or YouTube video, pausing, rewinding and replaying to your heart’s content even as you listen in real time.

Apple Logic Studio
December 1st, 2009

But as the first two headings illustrate, it’s for you whether you make music by sitting on a stool with real instruments or entirely using a keyboard (the qwerty kind). It contains Logic pro 9, Mainstage 2, Soundtrack Pro 3 and a host of production and effects tools.

Toshiba Tecra M3
December 6th, 2005

When it comes to the technology that brings us our data and content, huge fortunes are being sunk into screen R&D. The most exciting change in laptop screens lately has been the SSV technology that’s quickly becoming the standard.

Adobe Creative Suite Pro
August 3rd, 2004

Any graphic designer in print or web will tell you Adobe products are an essential part of their toolset. Names like Photoshop and Illustrator rode the shock wave of the desktop publishing explosion and have remained at its crest ever since.

Hiptop Slide, Network Magic Pro, Canon PIXMA MP610
February 26th, 2008

If you use several computers and peripherals with different operating systems in your home or office, you know how agonising networking can be. Even an all-XP or all-Vista environment is fiddly.

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