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Star Wars: Empire at War

If you're a dyed-in-the-wookie-wool Star Wars fanatic, get ready for real-time strategy fun. If not, well...

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Human, cockroach, alien, and more - if you can imagine a creature, you can render it in lifelike form with this app.

Live Interior 3D 1.1: First Look

This interior-design tool may be worth the trouble for multiple jobs, but it's too much of a hassle for one-off use.

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Have a few free USB ports on your Mac, or a USB hub? Why not put them to good use and charge up an AA battery?

31 Top Kids' Software Titles

These children's apps are guaranteed to make your kids smarter and more creative while keeping them entertained.

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iMuffs

 The newest version of Wi-Gear’s iMuffs, model MB210, include an adapter that connects to your iPod’s dock port and lets you listen to your tunes wirelessly. The iMuffs resemble street-style headphones, with a curved piece of plastic that goes around the back of your head. The plastic is flexible, but those with large heads may find that the headband twists when you stretch it to fit around your melon. If that happens, it’s hard to get the earphones to lie flush against your ears, leading to lots of sound leaking out and annoying your fellow commuters. The headphones are light and easy to wear, though, if they fit your head right. It would have been nice to be able to adjust the headband. 

Take a gander at the newest model of Apple's super-sized notebook.

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i-XPS 250

The i-XPS 250 has a pair of 5-watt drivers and a 15-watt subwoofer.  “What’s with the robot head?” a passerby asked, examining the i-XPS 250 sitting on the desk. It was time to whip out the iPod and place it into the i-XPS 250’s dock. “Ah, now I get it,” said the passerby, realizing that the i-XPS 250 is an iPod speaker, not the head of some grand experiment in the Mac|Life labs.

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CoolMacPicks showcases some very cool travel accessories for your iPod.

  I met with Soundcast Systems and took a look a two new iPod speakers they plan to release in the summer of this year. The SpeakerCast is a shelf-sized speaker set, while the OutCast is an outdoor speaker. Both use the iCast dock to transmitter an audio signal to the speaker (included with each product). Soundcast says both products have a indoor range of 150 feet and an outdoor range of 350 feet.