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Path Finder 4 is here

If you're a Mac user but find that the Finder just doesn't do it for you, check out Path Finder, a great replacement for the file manager, which has just been updated to Version 4. This is a major upgrade, with a raft of new features, including full integration with OSX 10.4 features such as...

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Apple updates iLife, iWork, .Mac and OSX

Along with all of the new hardware announced at Macworld, Apple managed to release a raft of software upgrades as well, including updated versions of the OSX operating system, productivity suite iWork, and the iLife media bundle. ILife '06 includes upgrades to iPhoto, iMovie and GarageBand, along...

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No XP on Intel Macs

If you've been counting on being able to run Windows on those new Intel-based Macs, Apple's not about to make it easy for you -- despite Apple's new agreement with Microsoft not to block Windows on the new computers. According to Apple SVP Phil Schiller, the new Macs announced yesterday (those being...

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Happy 15th Birthday, Web Browser!

Fifteen years ago, while most other people were probably unwrapping presents, Tim Berners-Lee was giving one to the world: On Christmas Day, 1990, he put the finishing touches on WorldWideWeb, the first web browser. The browser ran on a NeXT computer, and included a built-in HTML editor as well....

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News flash: Opera buys Opera!

The final word, from Firefox wunderkind Blake Ross: "Amidst mounting speculation of an all-out bidding war between Microsoft, Google and the Korean bakery down on 3rd, Opera Software announced today that it inadvertently purchased itself in a $0 million recursive merger set to complete on...

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WinRoll: Today's Free File

Are all of those open windows taking up a little too much space on your desktop? Want to make them disappear without having to minimize them? Give today's free file, WinRoll, a try. It can make your windows "roll up" into the title bar (a trick familiar to users of Mac OS9), and can also...

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Did Google deep-six Kozoru?

There's an interesting series of posts over at the blog of John Flowers, about how he believes his small search company has suffered at the hands of Google. According to Flowers, Google recently banned his company's spiders, after initially shmoozing with him about a possible deal. Flowers posted a...

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Apple to preview Leopard at Macworld?

Forget those Intel-based Macs (well, not really, but humor me for a minute here). According to TUAW, the real news at Macworld this January may be the first public preview of the next version of OSX, version 10.5, aka Leopard. Right now it's just speculation, but TUAW makes a reasonable case for the...

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Opera denies MS takeover rumors

With rumors swirling that Microsoft was about to acquire the company - and some sites even claiming that the deal was done - Opera Software has issued a firm denial, saying that the company has "not been bought, and we have not received any offers." So, there you have it. Though, I somehow...

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Gift Guide: Greeting card templates

Admit it. It's getting down to the wire, and you haven't picked out gifts for everyone, or even sent out all of your cards yet. One popular last-minute solution is to send out e-cards, and here's one way to make those cards a little more interesting. Instead of just using the canned cards...

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