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RIAA claims that LimeWire owes it trillions of dollars were called 'absurd' by a New York federal judge.
The latest minimalist word processor cuts down on distractions by eliminating toolbars and turning your entire screen in a blank writing surface.
Frenzy uses the file-sharing capabilities of Dropbox to provide a social networking interface.
Clips, the desktop clipboard app, has been revamped with a new user interface and upgraded performance.
The popular open-source FTP program gets its fourth release version.
The new diagnostic and maintenance software includes new features for diagnosing and fixing problems in hard drives, including internal solid state and flash drives.
A new Mac application from Cleverfiles watches your hard drives and other storage media for problems, then offers various restoration methods if things go wrong.
An upgrade to this plug-in can slim down Mail's window to the bare essentials, making it easier to keep an eye on new messages without stealing too much space from your work.
DaisyDisk Team has upgraded its DaisyDisk disk-scanning utility to version 2, giving it new features like in-app file deletion and a redesigned user interface.
For the times you need to edit file and photo attributes that the Finder doesn't provide access to, File Multi Tool 5 might offer the tools you need.
The newest version of CopyPaste adds the ability to search the history of everything you've copied and pasted, alongside other new features.
Microsoft has officially released Windows Phone 7 Connector for Mac--and it's only available in the Mac App Store.
How do you take advantage of the Dropbox application and Web service? Macworld wants to know.
The professional calculator emulator can help science and math nerds get their variable on with an iPad or their Mac computer.
If you want to listen to your music on the move but don't want to be deaf to warnings, sirens or alarms then the updated Awareness app could be right up your alley.