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1.4.0

Review

iPodSoft Pod Player 1.4.0

If you'd like to play your iPod tracks through a second PC, the iPodSoft Pod Player freeware is an absolute must-have.

By March 28, 2006

3.5 stars Editors' rating March 28, 2006

This freeware is available at iPodSoft.com

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How to set up the new Dropbox camera upload feature on Mac

You can now automatically upload your photos and videos to Dropbox just by plugging your SD card or camera into your computer.

By April 27, 2012

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Angry Birds gets a free Easter update

If you're an Angry Birds Seasons owner, get your bunny on with with 15 new levels' worth of Easter-themed pig-popping. Make it 18 if you "like" the game.

By April 18, 2011

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Adobe releases debugged Lightroom 1.4.1

Lightroom 1.4.1 and Adobe Camera Raw 4.4.1 come with support for several new cameras, but not with the bugs that forced Adobe to withdraw their predecessors.

By April 10, 2008

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Utilities Updates: Desktopple 1.1; Ghost Sphere 1.4.0; Desktop Transporter 1.4.0; more

Utilities Updates: Desktopple 1.1; Ghost Sphere 1.4.0; Desktop Transporter 1.4.0; more

By January 27, 2006

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Utilities Updates: FontDoctor 7.0; SideTrack 1.1; Mobile High Speed 3G 4.10f; NetDiskX 1.0; more

Utilities Updates: FontDoctor 7.0; SideTrack 1.1; Mobile High Speed 3G 4.10f; NetDiskX 1.0; more

By January 18, 2005

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Utilities Updates: Audio Hijack 2.1.4; Tex-Edit Plus 4.7.1; Safari Extender 1.4.0; more

Utilities Updates: Audio Hijack 2.1.4; Tex-Edit Plus 4.7.1; Safari Extender 1.4.0; more

By August 9, 2004

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New and Noteworthy: VoIP to bring more spam?; Apple announces Production Suite

New and Noteworthy: VoIP to bring more spam?; Apple announces Production Suite

By August 11, 2004

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New Java aims to simplify

Sun releases a new version of its Java for desktops that aims to make the software faster, more familiar in appearance, and less daunting for nonprogrammers.

By June 30, 2003

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HP, Dell to ship Java with PCs

The deals to ship Sun's Java technology in all the PC makers' machines are a poke in the eye for Microsoft, which has been lackluster in its support for the software.

By June 11, 2003