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New Yorker on Steve Jobs: More tweaker than inventor

Drawing on points made in Walter Isaacson's Steve Job bio, The New Yorker's Malcolm Gladwell paints a portrait of the late Apple leader as someone obsessed with tweaking things to perfection.

By November 7, 2011

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Free Windows tweaker has some rough edges

The beta version of TweakNow PowerPack 2009 1.6.1 provides easy access to dozens of Windows settings and customizations, but not all the program's tools are ready for prime time.

By September 4, 2009

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Tweaker alert: Greasemonkey coming to Chrome

A tool that lets people customize what Web pages can do is coming to Chrome, Google's open-source browser.

By October 20, 2008

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Utilities Updates: Xupport 3.1.5; LiquidCD 1.0b4; WebcamTweaker 1.0; PSPWare 2.1.5; more

Utilities Updates: Xupport 3.1.5; LiquidCD 1.0b4; WebcamTweaker 1.0; PSPWare 2.1.5; more

By December 12, 2005

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OS X Utilities Updates: PrefEdit; SNAX; SharePoints; MacSniffer; Tweaker; X Sleep; Classic?; more

OS X Utilities Updates: PrefEdit; SNAX; SharePoints; MacSniffer; Tweaker; X Sleep; Classic?; more

By January 2, 2002

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Get a $117 Mac app bundle for free

What's this? Free software for Mac users? There's something you don't see every day. The Mac Freebie Bundle includes eight apps, yours for the taking.

By January 16, 2013

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HTC One M8: the camera review

The smartphone camera wars continue with the HTC One M8's ultrapixel sensor stepping up to the plate. Does it have what it takes to become a standalone camera replacement?

By April 10, 2014

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Two programs that simplify Vista system tweaking

The free Ultimate Windows Tweaker and $30 Vista Smoker Pro give you a graphical interface for making Registry changes that enhance Vista's performance.

By May 19, 2009

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In 50 years, Steve Jobs will be forgotten, Gladwell says

Author Malcolm Gladwell suggests that in 50 years' time people will remember the great societal contributions of Bill Gates far better than those of Steve Jobs, whom he describes as "shameless."

By June 7, 2012