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Decipher VoiceMail lets you save voicemail messages from your iPhone on to your Mac.
Jitouch lets you configure up to 31 different trackpad gestures and 19 different Magic Mouse gestures.
The GoFlex boasts blistering speeds, simple design, and enough flexibility that it could wind up becoming that one hard drive you hang on to for several years.
The Aegis Padlock Pro offers the added security of being able to protect your files both physically and digitally, which is something few other companies can offer the average consumer
Utility saves iPhone text messages to your Mac.
The Mercury Extreme Pro RE SSD offers eye-popping speed, as well as the peace of mind of consistent performance over time and a five-year limited warranty.
Script utility helps you perform repetitive tasks with the flick of your mouse.
Incipio’s DermaShot silicone case is an anti-slip cover that's protectively molded to the iPad while still allowing unobtrusive use of the device.
The Incase Protective Cover is a 3.7-ounce rubber case for your iPad. The case is unique in that the back is essentially flat, making it a stable base for desktop use.
Incipio’s 1337 case is specifically designed for gaming on the iPad. The $35 case offers high-density silicone protection for bumps and bruises while the molded grips on the back provide extra control when gaming.
The iPhone 4 is, in many ways, the best iPhone Apple has ever made. It's faster than the iPhone 3GS, but it's the phone's screen that marks the biggest leap forward. Jason Snell looks at the phone's new design and features in his review of the iPhone 4.
If you’ve never had an iPhone before, but are considering the purchase of a smartphone for the first time, you will not find a better Internet-connected phone than the iPhone 3GS. But if you already own a phone, there's a lot here that you'll find appealing.
Every major release of Apple's mobile OS has brought a feature that should have been there since the start: in iOS 4, it's multitasking.
Convenient Clear Spot travel router offers ease of setup and connects multiple devices via Wi-Fi.
This app lets you use your iPad as a virtual external monitor for your Mac. It's a charming idea, an excellent iPad parlor trick, and could even prove genuinely useful in a variety of unique use cases. But the app isn't an ideal long-term second monitor solution.