Apple has released no less than 104 different capacity and color combinations of its iconic media player. From lavender aluminum to glossy black, the iPod has evolved far beyond its monochrome beginnings. Among all those models, however, there are bound to be a few that stand out among the sea of white, for better or worse. Check out our list of the 5 best -- and worst -- iPods ever.
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For everything iPhone can do, there’re quite a few glaring omissions in its feature set: copy and paste, Flash, MMS, video recording, wireless syncing, to name but a few. But thanks to Avatron Software, we can cross one of iPhone’s shortcomings off the list: file sharing.
Keynote ’08 is a true champ for creating slick slideshows that will captivate an audience. On the surface, Keynote is as easy to use as anyone could ever want, but under the hood, there are some subtle techniques...
When dealing with digital photographs, noise can be a frustrating bugaboo, usually in the form of pixilation and speckles in your images. While Photoshop has some decent noise-reduction technology, Avkis’ Noise Buster goes the extra mile, providing very precise controls for correcting even very noisy images.
The first iPhone was still hot off the press when rumors of a 3G model began to circulate. Fueled by the prevalence of 3G networks outside the United States—and the comparative pokiness of AT&T’s EDGE network—the speculation has finally come to an end.