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  1. Small Batch Inc. Typekit review

    Small Batch Inc. Typekit review

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    Bored of your website's typography? Typekit gives you a whole new world of font choices

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    Camino 2 review

    Camino 2 review

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    Does this open-source browser do enough to win over the Mac faithful?

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    LaunchBar 5.0.2 review

    LaunchBar 5.0.2 review

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    The Mac's premier launcher gains a major update and multiple clipboards

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    Connected Flow Viewfinder review

    Connected Flow Viewfinder review

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    Search Flickr's 4 billion photos in seconds, and filter them by licence with a single click

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    iSlayer iStat Menus review

    iSlayer iStat Menus review

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    Our favourite Mac OS X monitoring tool just got even better – and it's still free

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    Wordpress review

    Wordpress review

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    Is it worth giving up control to hosted blogging sites in the name of simplicity?

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    Final Draft 8 review

    Final Draft 8 review

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    Write scripts with the software the pros use, if you can work out how to use it…

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    Skyfire review

    Skyfire review

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    The release version of Skyfire comes out this week for Windows Mobile and Symbian (a BlackBerry version is in private alpha) and delivers on the promise of the beta version: full Web browsing with Flash, Silverlight and JavaScript that works on a mobile.

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    Sky Player review

    Sky Player review

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    The service formerly known as Sky Anytime on PC has evolved

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    WordPress 2.7 review

    WordPress 2.7 review

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    The days when you needed expensive software or serious coding skills to build decent websites are long gone. Whether you're a blog beginner or need a content management system for a giant corporate website, WordPress can cope with almost anything - and with version 2.7, it's better than ever.

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    Apple MobileMe review

    Apple MobileMe review

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    When MobileMe was launched, it sounded so good. It turned out to be a fiasco: a mess of unresponsive web apps, syncing issues, access to email being denied, confusion about when a MobileMe update was coming out and just what it would do anyway.

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    AOL Desktop for Mac Beta 1.5 review

    AOL Desktop for Mac Beta 1.5 review

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    After using AOL Desktop for Mac for a fortnight, advertising revenue appears the main driver here. The browser, for example, has permanent links to a walled garden of AOL- branded internet content, nearly all of it US-centric celebritology, and doesn't allow you to add you own bookmarks. Adverts continue in other areas of the suite

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    IOLO System Mechanic 7 review

    IOLO System Mechanic 7 review

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    Cleaning out your Registry, startup items and other Windows tweaks are all free to execute, but there still exists a trade in so-called system tuners. Largely, these products fail to live up to expectations. Many either do very little or are too destructive in the way they purge system files.

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    Webroot Parental Controls review

    Webroot Parental Controls review

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    A re you worried about what your children get up to online? Then a parental control package could help you out... just not this one. Webroot Parental Controls is wrong in several ways, but we’ll start out with the most fundamental problem: it just doesn’t do its job.

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    Apple Safari 3.1 review

    Apple Safari 3.1 review

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    We’ve always found Safari frustrating, in that it’s full of potential, but always manages to fall short of being great. And so it goes with Safari 3.1, although this release at least continues the browser’s agonisingly slow crawl towards its superior contemporaries.

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    BHV Recover My Files review

    BHV Recover My Files review

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    If you have ever deleted a file or folder by accident, you’ll be thankful for the Recycle Bin acting as a safety net. However, what happens if you delete this folder, then discover you need the file after all?

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    FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN review

    FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN review

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    The FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN (£140 inc. VAT) succeeds by packing an array of features into a small and easy to set up unit.

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    Avanquest Fix-it Utilities 8 review

    Avanquest Fix-it Utilities 8 review

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    Fix-it Utilities 8 brings together over 30 of the best third-party utilities in one easy-to-use interface. The suite is based around a single interface that breaks the utilities up into sub-menus relating to Diagnostics, Fixes, Optimisation, Recovery and Clean-up tools

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    Yoggie Pico Personal review

    Yoggie Pico Personal review

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    It may have a quirky name, but the Yoggie Pico certainly is a serious approach to security. In short, it's a self-contained security suite on a USB stick. It intercepts all incoming data from your internet or network connection before it reaches your PC

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    RecoverMyFiles review

    RecoverMyFiles review

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    A number of bare-bones software solutions are available to carry out the veritable magic trick of scanning for and recovering lost data. RecoverMyFiles goes the extra mile and promises to reunite you with your files even after corruption or formatting.

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    Pantone Huey review

    Pantone Huey review

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    The reason inkjet printers often turn out photos that look nothing like they appear on a computer screen when being edited with Photoshop is mostly down to your computer monitor

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