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Google Stadia

Google's experimental game streaming service launches without many of its promised features and just a handful of games. It works, but there's not much incentive to buy in.

Google Duo

Duo is Google's answer to Apple's FaceTime, and the company swears that the video-calling app is totally different than Hangouts.

Microsoft Windows 10

Windows 10 delivers a refined, vastly improved vision for the future of computing with an operating system that's equally at home on tablets and traditional PCs -- and it's a free upgrade for most users.

Adobe Lightroom Mobile

Dedicated Lightroom fans will find Lightroom mobile a fine lean-back photo-editing experience, but it needs a little bulking up before it's enough to attract new subscribers to the fold.

Pokemon Go

Pokemon Go has taken over your phone, the internet and our lives. Here's everything (and we mean everything) you need to know about the hit game.

DirecTV Now

DirecTV Now delivers an impressive mix of channels for the money, but people who prioritize a cloud DVR should look elsewhere.

Editors' Choice

Adobe Flash CS3 Professional

Adobe has improved the speed of Flash and its integration with other CS3 apps, although flashy new features are few. Plus, Flash now works natively on Intel-based Macs.

Apple iOS 11

Siri will try to read your mind, and you can pay your friends back in a text. Plus, AR is gonna be huge.

Editors' Choice
$609.00 MSRP

Adobe Photoshop 7.0

If you're an advanced photographer and don't have Photoshop yet or if you need natural paint tools, version 7.0 is a must-have; otherwise, version 6.0 will do the trick.

Microsoft Digital Image Pro 10.0

On the expensive side but easy to use and ideal for turning photos into creative projects.

T-Mobile HotSpot

If you're a Windows user with a taste for Starbucks lattes, you'll love T-Mobile's slick, safe, and easy-to-use HotSpot service, although you'll pay a premium to use it.

Net Nanny 4.0

Net Nanny's default setting filters fewer naughty sites than any major blocking package, but it's by far the easiest to customize and use. Unless you need CyberSitter's strict site filtering, go with Net Nanny.

Editors' Choice
$99.99 MSRP

Adobe Photoshop Elements 4

Adobe Photoshop Elements 4 adds even more power to an already top-flight image editor/organizer package. Equipped with a chic interface and a fantastic toolbox, Elements is the best choice for digital photographers who want to put their photo collection in order and share with others.

Adobe Audition 1.5

Audition is a powerful end-to-end environment most suited for audio pros, but it's also handy for quick mixing or restoration of specific clips.

Google Earth

View any location in the world with this spectacular application that gives users a planet's worth of information at their fingertips. A broadband connection is a must and your system better be up to scratch. Be careful if you don't exceed your ISPs monthly download limit, though.

Deepnet Explorer

Deepnet Explorer may not have the institutional support of Internet Explorer, but it offers more built-in features than Microsoft provides.

Opera 8

There's a ton of great technology in Opera, and it's free to compete with Mozilla Firefox.

Opera 9

We really like Opera 9, but we like it more as the cool, arty browser that it is and not as our everyday workhorse for the Internet.

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