Griffin radio SHARK 2

We expect a 2.0 product to be deep with features, but the radio SHARK 2 lives on the surface.  Digital video recorders radically changed the way people watch TV, so why not apply those tricks to radio? Griffin’s radio SHARK 2 is a USB AM/FM radio tuner that lets you record and play radio content on your Mac. As DVRs do with video, the radio SHARK 2 buffers the audio so you can rewind and pause live shows. But it lacks other important features, such as solid Internet radio integration and dual tuners.

Ambrosia DEFCON

Think you have what it takes to survive a thermonuclear apocalypse? Find out with this great piece of software.

Marware Project X 1.1.1

In today's ultra-competitive market, businesses of every size need to become increasingly efficient in order to stay on top.

Wolfram Research Mathematica 6

Mathematica continues to grow in breadth and depth to remain an unparalleled platform for all forms of computation.

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Chocolate Castle: First Look

This yummy puzzle game is almost as addictive as chocolate -- but won't cause cavities.

Apple Final Cut Studio 2

Video production that's ready for prime time.

Adobe Contribute CS3

With Contribute, you don't have to be a Web developer to quickly and easily update blogs or other content.

Adobe Flash CS3 Professional

The interface has been redone, but this Flashy makeover isn't just for looks - read on to find out what's changed under the hood.

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Applists for iPhone: First Look

As the number of Web apps for the iPhone grows, Applists makes it easy to find them and create lists of your favorites.

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iPhone Meets Web 2.0: First Look

Blue Flavor optimizes Web 2.0 sites like Flickr and deli.cio.us for the iPhone - and succeeds in making good on Apple's hope that Web developers will embrace the idea that it's cool to create apps for the iPhone that run on Safari.