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The latest version of VirtualBox supports multiple CPU cores and accelerated DirectX graphics in Windows. But its biggest advantage compared to other virtualization apps is price: It's free.
Boxee is now available to all and sports a new interface. Here are the details.
The Soulmen’s Ulysses 2.0.4 writing app is dense, complex, and well-designed.
If you lose your iTunes library and need to copy files off your iPod and back onto your Mac, iTunes can't help you. But these 10 utilities can.
If you're looking for software that’s focused on recording and processing audio, Record should be on the top of your list to consider.
Easy-to-use BannerZest Pro 2.1 lets you build Flash-based slideshows for your Website.
After many updates, Toast 10 Titanium finally delivers a stable version of the venerable, multi-talented disc burning and conversion application.
TypeStyler X's breadth and depth of its typographic features and constant visual feedback make it perfectly suited for teaching many aspects of graphic design
For an awful lot of users, including users with advanced document-production needs, Nisus Writer Pro is a solid and very satisfactory alternative to Word.
It's the season of awards at Macworld, and in this installment of Mac Gems, Dan Frakes names the Gems of the Year.
Karelia's iMedia Browser gives you an iLife-style media browser across all your programs.
Kerio Mail Serveris an e-mail, calendaring, contact, and to-do server that runs on three versions of the Mac OS.
PDFpen allows you to edit text in PDFs, insert images and make their backgrounds transparent, choose to print or not print notes and comments, highlight in multiple colors, and even do OCR on scanned PDFs.
Financial news apps from CNNMoney.com and Yahoo both have some worthwhile features for market watchers. But the standout app is FT Mobile, particularly if you're willing to pay for a premium membership with the financial newspaper's online site.
We review iRemember 2.5.1, a digital scrapbooking app that gives you the basics, but without a lot of style or flair.