Another month, another DVD ripper you've probably never heard of. But so what? From now until Sept. 30, this $35 program is absolutely free. And it works!
The LG BD690 has a superb feature set and unique CD-ripping functionality, but it's expensive and a little more complicated to use than it needs to be.
Normally $40, this utility can convert your DVD movies and TV shows to just about any format you want: iPhone, Apple TV, Android, BlackBerry, and so on.
Make backups of your movies or convert them for viewing on various mobile devices with this free utility, which normally sells for $50.
This story incorrectly stated the kind of technology used to extract data from CDs and transfer them onto hard drives. The correct term is ripper.
Book publishers had better take heed. Gadget makers are trying to do for books what CD rippers did for music.
Normally $29.95, this Windows utility can rip Blu-ray Discs for viewing on iPhone, iPod, iPad, and other devices. The giveaway runs until January 10.
From now until Dec. 27, you can score this $49 utility absolutely free, no strings attached. It rips DVDs and converts videos to nearly any format.
From now until the end of the month you can score your choice of DVD-ripping utilities, free of charge, no strings attached. Heck, get 'em both!
Audible offers a free-to-keep download of any audiobook when you sign up for a trial subscription. But be warned: you'll probably end up liking the service!