Facetune offers photo editing tools that can make a bad hair day all but disappear.
This week's prize comes in two parts, one hardware and one software. Is it your computer's lucky week?
So many deals, so little Monday! There's a monitor deal in particular you have to see to believe.
Cycling in New York can be tough enough, but breaking down there? Brooklyn-based Bikestock hopes 24-hour vending machines, plus local businesses, will add up to the right help for stranded bikers.
The highlight is music library fixer TuneUp Media, which normally sells for $49.95 all by itself, but there's some other worthwhile stuff here as well.
TuneUp, SongGenie, and Shazam promise to ID unknown songs, but when music-identification programs fail to name that tune, a little Internet sleuthing can help you fill in the missing information in your audio library.
Readers ask questions about how to automate keystroke sequences in OS X, and other topics.
Software installation wrapper OpenCandy argues that it's still lucrative to make desktop apps and points to one billion installs as the proof.
That's the lowest price ever on a non-refurbished Fire. The catch? You'll have to hit your local Best Buy. And pay sales tax.
iTunes 11's crowning feature is its new look, something that's come at a price for some longtime features. Read on to see what Apple left on the cutting room floor.