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Flying Meat Acorn 1.0.1

Acorn offers a very simple, uncluttered interface that lets you focus on the image.  iPhoto comes with some decent tools to tweak an image, and even add basic effects. However, if you want to design a montage, add text, or create artwork from scratch, you’re out of luck. You could resort to Photoshop or Photoshop Elements, but both are giant leaps on the learning curve, especially for anyone used to iPhoto. This is where Acorn comes in—it’s not only a good value, but also easy to use.

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Bubble Bash

 Great game mechanics inspire decades of imitators, and Bubble Bash for the iPod clearly follows Bust-a Move. You might also remember the basic idea as remixed in Snood and many others: erase on-screen bubbles by firing new ones, matching three or more of the same color. Using a light touch to aim with the click wheel, Bubble Bash pulls off this core gameplay, adding a few of its own flourishes.

Fujitsu ScanSnap S510M

Make The Paperless Office A Reality

Microsoft Notebook Mouse for Mac

Microsoft's Minimum Effort

Koutech EEC320

Handyman Hard Drive

DXG-110

It's Not Just About the Megapixels

What's Up, Dock?

Filemaker Bento

iWork's Missing Piece

Apple 1.6GHz MacBook Air

Lightweight or Airhead? The world’s thinnest laptop is a little thin on “depth” and “features” too.

Portable 'Pod Performers

 When you’re on the road, and you’ve finally arrived at your hotel room, unpacked your things, and clicked on the TV to see what’s on, it finally hits you—that feeling that you’re someplace unfamiliar, someplace strange. The best way to cure that feeling of displacement? Music. Bust out your iPod and some portable speakers, and fill your room with audible comfort. We’ve found a pair of portable speaker sets that are both quite capable of being your best buddy during your travels.