A strong competitor to the likes of Adobe Photoshop Elements, this photography program normally sells for $100.
Quite the eclectic collection today, but chances are excellent you'll find at least one item you like.
Designed for casual photographers but stocked with some Lightroom-style power, this photo-editing and -organization program normally runs $150. CNET exclusive!
In true Ginsu fashion, it's an air mouse, a remote control, a handheld keyboard, and possibly a juicer.
A boatload of sweet deals (including two freebies!) to kick off your weekend.
Highlights include a free photo-editing program, a sweet Sega game bundle, and a huge discount on Parrot's AR.Drone 2.0.
This powerful $149 video editor lets you add a wide range of cool effects (blood spatter, anyone?) to your movies. Plus: a $100 image editor, also free!
PowerBackup 2.5 does backups well, but it doesn't provide adequate technical support should things go wrong. For small businesses that need a reliable, secure backup program, we recommend WinBackup 2 Professional instead.
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Bringing its technology for processing raw photos to mobile devices, then linking it with cloud services could be a step toward Lightroom on mobile.
It's becoming a genre in its own right: Adorable senior couples charming the heck out of a Webcam as they seek to overcome anything-but-obvious software interfaces. Rita and Frank, meet Bruce and Esther.