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  1. Smith Micro Poser 8 review

    Smith Micro Poser 8 review

    9  

    The leading figure-posing package gets a makeover and the ability to search for content

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    Final Draft 8 review

    Final Draft 8 review

    8  

    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

    8  

    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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    Adobe Photoshop CS4 review

    Adobe Photoshop CS4 review

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    Photoshop is one of the few applications that stands alone in its market. There may be other ways to edit images – photographers have Adobe's own Lightroom and Apple's Aperture – but nothing matches Photoshop's breadth and depth of features.

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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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    App4Mac RapidoSerial review

    App4Mac RapidoSerial review

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    RapidoSerial's sole purpose is to create a database of all the applications you own so that you can easily store their serial numbers and retrieve them in seconds

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    Ergonis PopChar 4 review

    Ergonis PopChar 4 review

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    PopChar 4 sits discreetly – even invisibly, if you like – in the menu bar, but when you click that little icon a floating window pops up showing you the full range of characters available.

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    Insider Software FontAgent Pro 4 review

    Insider Software FontAgent Pro 4 review

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    Without fonts a designer is nothing.With too many fonts a designer can be paralysed.So how do you keep a decent collection of typefaces under control? FontAgent Pro 4 claims to be the answer, providing you with fast and efficient ways to keep your fonts organised, helping you browse, search and find the right ones fast, turn individual fonts and whole sets on and off, and more besides.

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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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    iwascoding GarageSale 5 review

    iwascoding GarageSale 5 review

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    GarageSale and iSale update themselves with near-identical features at near-identical times of the year. They are both now on version 5, an update bringing YouTube video integration.

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    Evernote 1.1.0b Beta review

    Evernote 1.1.0b Beta review

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    You may have heard of Evernote on the Mac blogosphere. It has just been launched for the Mac OS, after being available for a few years on Windows. It’s a simple journal and database tool that syncs your phone and Mac over the web.

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    Delicious Library 2 review

    Delicious Library 2 review

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    Sorting your digital files is relatively straightforward, but what about your real-world possessions? This is where Delicious Library comes in. Now at version 2, its purpose is to help you keep track of your belongings, catalogue them and sort them onto neat digital shelves.

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    Techspansion AudialHub 1.0.4 review

    Techspansion AudialHub 1.0.4 review

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    AudialHub is a cheap-as-chips audio conversion tool that turns obscure music files into common formats. It’s useful if, for example, you download audio files from the internet that iTunes can’t handle and want to convert these files to a more manageable format.

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