Circus Ponies Notebook 2.1

Organize your thoughts - digitally.

Adobe Soundbooth CS3

It whimpers where it should roar.

Ovolab Phlink

Thanks for calling my Mac, dude.

Adobe Premiere Pro CS3

It's been a long time since the Mac has seen Premiere - how does it look now that it's all grown up?

Adobe Encore CS3

Say hello to Premiere's little DVD friend.

Adobe After Effects CS3 Professional

The video effects powerhouse, reviewed.

Lego Star Wars II

Didn't Leia have pigtails in Return of the Jedi? An idea that seems to have been more likely spawned at a late-night, beer-filled party than between two major corporate brands, Lego Star Wars II re-creates the original Star Wars trilogy with Lego characters playing the roles. Dozens of them are formed in the same basic plastic shape, and even spaceships and other items are built with the classic bricks, scattering apart when destroyed. Answering, “Why not?” to our dumbfounded, “Why?” this strange juxtaposition laughs at itself, creating a game that’s often funny as well as fun.

First Look: Age of Empires 3

 It’s been a while since the Mac has seen a new Age of Empires game, but the wait is over. MacSoft has finally completed its conversion, bringing the latest installment of the series to us - the strategy-starved Mac users. Age of Empires III takes you back to the conflict between the European powers fighting for their fair (or unfair) piece of the New World pie (North and South America for the historically disadvantaged reader). In this setting, you’ll have access to the magic of gunpowder from the get go - in stark contrast to its advanced technological status in the earlier games. Despite this shift in backdrop, the game plays very similarly to previous titles in the AoE series.

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We've seen the new iMacs and, yes, we want one. Take a look at the way Apple has redesigned its all-in-one computer line. Plus: A humongous software bonus in the form of iLife and iWork '08!

Claim Victory in the Browser War

After reviewing the eleven browsers discussed within, you'll find there's one true winner in the browser war: you.