Dropcam

Posted on Monday, July 15, 2013 at 20:14:25 by Sven Rafferty
File under: Audio, Cameras, Smartphone, Video
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Pros

  • Excellent Video Quality
  • Great Audio
  • Simple Setup
  • Nice iPhone App

Cons

  • Expensive DVR plans
  • Horrible Zoom Feature on iPhone App
  • Heavy bandwidth

The Bottom Line
The struggle to find a great camera to remotely access from anywhere on your iPhone or Android device with easy configuration, quality video and audio is over. Dropcam is a fantastic camera just shy of incredible

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Trying to find the right camera for watching my sleeping baby or insure my home office is secure is no easy task. You are left most of the time either with either excellent video quality and an impossible to set-up network configuration or just the opposite. Try to add iPhone (or other smartphone device) for monitoring and you’ve just made your hunt nearly maddening. Thankfully, Dropcam made a remote camera I was looking for…and possibly you.

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TuneLink Home

Posted on Thursday, October 18, 2012 at 14:47:19 by Sven Rafferty
File under: Accessory, Audio, Bluetooth, Wireless

Pros

  • Auto-pairing function, no codes needed
  • Amazingly powerful IR Blaster
  • Long range Bluetooth up to 100 feet
  • TOSLink Compatible
  • Massive Remote Control database

Cons

  • Bit pricey

The Bottom Line
There is no better way to get audio off of your iOS device and into your sound system wirelessly than using tuneLinkhome. Apple’s propitary AirPlay doesn’t give you the flexibility that New Potato Technologies offers with the tuneLinkhome. Ignore AirPlay and grab a tuneLinkhome now.

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Wireless is the new way to connect. It’s becoming the way to connect, in fact, with all of our smartphones, tablets, and portable music players. So many manufacturers attempt to bridge our devices to those large pieces of equipment sitting in an entertainment system, on a shelf, or even on the nightstand. Sadly, most use adapters that are either exclusive to the manufacture or must be licensed thus limiting the options. Thankfully, New Potato Technologies tripped over a decade old standard out in the tatter patch named after an old Viking called Bluetooth.

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Optoma HD33

Posted on Tuesday, October 11, 2011 at 07:27:52 by Sven Rafferty
File under: Video

Pros

  • Amazing picture
  • Superb upconverter
  • Easy to use and see-in-the-dark remote
  • Unable to detect any rainbow effect
  • 3D glasses emitter included

Cons

  • Image loses crispness as screen enlarges
  • Focus ring is on the outside which is easily changed when the cover is added or removed
  • Video cable included but not HDMI cable

The Bottom Line
Optoma continues to push video through a projector to the extreme at an affordable price that defies logic. The competition will sell you a lesser quality projector at nearly twice the price of the HD33 with a smile. Why not put the smile on your face and get yourself two HD33s instead?

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There’s no hiding the fact that we love Optoma projectors. We’ve reviewed two of them (GT720 and Neo-i) and loved them both. So, third time is the charm, right? Of course, that cliché implies the first two were no good but on the contrary, this third Optoma compliments the first two and is simply put, amazing.

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M-Rock Camera Bags #652 “Sierra” and #647 “Niagara”

Posted on Monday, August 22, 2011 at 11:45:10 by Joel Langley
File under: Cameras, Photo, Video

Pros

  • Strong, Solid Construction
  • Lightweight
  • Easy Access on both 652 “Sierra” and 647 “Niagara”
  • Both models strap together to create one large bag

 

Cons

  • Extra Large Lens Won’t Fit in the 647

 

The Bottom Line

If you are looking for versatile, easy to use camera bags for your DSLR, then look no further than the M-Rock Camera Bags!

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I have been needing a good camera bag for my DSLR for some time now, and the bags I was using didn’t seem to fit my needs. Then I heard about the M-Rock camera bags, and I was intrigued. I was received both the 652 and 647 for review, and let me tell you, I was pleasantly surprised.
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SMEStorage Personal Lifetime Cloud

Posted on Thursday, August 11, 2011 at 06:14:27 by Robert Harder
File under: Computers, Publication, Software


Pros

  • Access your different cloud storage providers through a common interface
  • Virtual drive on desktop provides seamless access over the network
  • Sync feature provides persistent offline access to files
  • Encryption optionally ensures all files on cloud storage sites are secure

Cons

  • Web and mobile user interface could be friendlier
  • Encryption occurs on SMEStorage servers, not before it leaves your computer (although they flush your passwords from their system each time they use them)

The Bottom Line

SMEStorage links to your cloud storage providers such as DropBox.com, Box.net, and Amazon S3, and provides access through their interface, which includes accessing files through a web browser, as a virtual drive on your desktop, or through an app on our mobile smart phone. It can greatly simplify your life if you use many different storage providers. Their primary business is providing cloud storage services for companies, but their Personal Lifetime Cloud (tested here), is a win for the rest of us.

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I have a number of free accounts on cloud storage providers—2GB here, 3GB there—but I do not use most of that space, because each provider has its own access method, and not all are very useful methods. SMEStorage links these accounts so that you can have centralized access to your files from many different providers.

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Optoma Neo-i

Posted on Tuesday, July 26, 2011 at 07:58:56 by Sven Rafferty
File under: Audio, Smartphone, Video, Video Review

Pros

  • Clear, sharp, bright, and large image
  • Amazing sound
  • Works with any iOS device, including iPad (with adapter)
  • Navigate iOS device via infrared remote
  • LED blubs give 20,000 hours of use

Cons

  • MSRP a bit high
  • Does not come with case

The Bottom Line
If the iPads screen is just not large enough for your viewing pleasure, or if you are looking for a small portable projector to accompany your portable player, then the Neo-i is going to be a strong contender on your purse strings. With an amazing sounding speaker system that rivals many speaker-only iPod docs and astonishing picture quality from something that projects using LEDs, there really isn’t any other choice in small form factor projectors.

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Optoma gives your iPod or iPhone a place to sit and charge…and play your music..and play your video all in a small form factor. The Neo-i takes portable media to a whole new level with its LED DLP projection and small footprint. But can something so small give big rewards?
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Accell PowerSquid Surge Protector

Posted on Thursday, July 21, 2011 at 17:24:45 by Sven Rafferty
File under: Accessory, Computers

Pros

  • No wasted outlets
  • Surge protection
  • Easy to understand LED indicators
  • Shatter proof ABC platsic
  • Recessed power button

Cons

  • Blister packaging

The Bottom Line
Power bricks don’t work very well with all the bulky power source units we plug into our electric gadgets. Various companies have come up with work around by fattening up the brick putting more bulk on your floor. Accell’s PowewrSquid Surge Protector has found a better way throwing the brick overboard and fishing up a squid to connect everything. Easily.

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The most frustrating thing about electronics is the power cord. The transformers contained inside needed to convert AC into DC either show up mid-line in the cord such as on laptops or at the plugs head. When at the head, the added pain of trying to make them all fit into your power brick or wall outlet can become just frightening. How with all these technology advancements can we not figure out a better way to plug our power in? Well, there actually seems to be something that indeed is better.

Accell brings the brilliance of Flexity’s PowerSquid into a sleek, fashionable, unit that will power and protect five devices up to 1080 joules. With a $100,000 limited warranty on anything connected to it, you get versatility and security. Accell puts more than just protection into the PowerSquid adding LED lights to indicate ground, protection, as well as the standard on and off. Quite simply, the PowerSquid Surge Protector is a very nice addition to your outlet.

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Price: $34.95 (MSRP)

Platform: Standard 110 grounded electrical outlet (US)

Website: Product Webpage



Elgato Turbo.264 HD Software Edition

Posted on Wednesday, July 20, 2011 at 10:41:30 by Robert Harder
File under: Computers, Phones, Video
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Pros

  • Fast H.264 (MPEG4) video encoding
  • Good quality encoding
  • Easy to use

Cons

  • No QuickTime export component with their technology

The Bottom Line

Elgato’s Turbo.264 HD video compressor does its job well, but its power mostly shines on large video files where it beats iTunes, QuickTime Player, and some other video converter tools. If you do not often have video to compress, are not pressed for time, or just don’t want to spend fifty bucks, then you are probably not the target audience. If you need to speed up your video compression workflow, or if the other tools are “scary,” try Turbo.264 HD, which is fast and easy.

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Video compression software is supposed to do one thing and do it well, so I put Elgato’s Turbo.264 HD Software Edition to the test. There are three main elements to measure when assessing a compression tool: compression time, file size, and video quality. Below I provide compression times and file sizes for comparison, but since I cannot objectively measure video quality, I can only tell you that the quality of all the conversions were fairly comparable.
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Timeline 3D

Posted on Thursday, April 28, 2011 at 11:15:32 by Robert Harder
File under: Software
Timeline 3D Logo

Pros

  • Easy to use
  • Creates beautiful timelines
  • Robust web publishing
  • Exports high quality video

Cons

  • Some bugs to work out
  • Printing is awkward (but screen presentation is its purpose)

The Bottom Line

Timeline 3D is incredibly easy to use and makes beautiful timelines. In fact it is so easy and the results are so beautiful, that you may find yourself making timelines for things you would not normally think of! This is a beautiful tool.

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Timeline 3D lets you create beautiful timelines that can be shared in a variety of ways. It is quite addicting, and I found myself wanting to use timelines in ways I would not normally imagine. Since quality timelines are so rare, imagine adding a timeline to a presentation or a web page—you could really add some class and a dash of *wow* for your audience! It is not intended to build small, technical timelines as you might see in a textbook. For that you will want a good illustration tool. This tool builds grand, flowing timelines to display on screen.
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harman/karden Go+Play Micro

Posted on Thursday, April 7, 2011 at 15:56:17 by Sven Rafferty
File under: Accessory, Audio, Smartphone, Video Review
HK Go + Play Micro

Pros

  • Incredible dynamics
  • Crisp highs
  • Wide mids
  • Accurate bass
  • Feature rich remote control

Sleek design

Cons

  • Easy to loose remote due to lack of storage compartment
  • Bass not low-hitting
  • Infrared remote instead of previous versions RF
  • RCA video output instead of previous S-Video

The Bottom Line
Harman Kardon improves on an already impressive product while decreasing its overall size and yet still creating a more fashionable unit. Now with the ability to navigate through the iPod or iPhones menu system and better bass, the Micro’s advantages over its big brother far outweigh the few disappointing omissions.

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SvenOnTech has been a fan of Harman Kardon products and our review of the original Go + Play sure shows that. So, how did Harman do this time around when it went ahead and made things smaller? Is the sound bigger? Did it go micro on the features or did it give the consumer a larger feature set? In short, has it improved, remained as was, or did HK take a step backward?
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DTerm: Command Line Anywhere

Posted on Monday, March 28, 2011 at 20:48:14 by Robert Harder
File under: Accessory, Computers, Software
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Pros

  • Immediate command line access
  • Sets working directory to that of current document
  • Quick copying of results to clipboard

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The Bottom Line

DTerm is a great utility for people who spend a lot of time at the command line. Having quick and context sensitive access to a command line is great. DTerm fulfills its mission quickly with no bloat.

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DTerm provides quick access to a command line prompt from any OS X window. If the window is document-based or relates in some way to a directory on your hard drive, DTerm automatically makes that your working directory. What this means is that when working on documents or in the Finder, a quick Command-Shift-Return gives you an immediate, relevant command line prompt
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Be a Head Case Bottle/Can Opener Case for iPhone 3G & 3GS

Posted on Wednesday, March 23, 2011 at 22:05:13 by Sven Rafferty
File under: Accessory, Phones
Be A Head Case, Beaheadcase.com, iPhone,Case

iPhone 4 pictured

Pros

  • Opens bottles easily
  • Opens stubborn cans
  • Easy installation

Cons

  • No screen protection
  • Fluid may come into contact of iPhone
  • Seems silly

The Bottom Line
You know, in my college days, this may have been a godsend for me. I was always looking for a bottle opener. While I’m not sure why one wouldn’t just get a small keyring bottle opener instead of risking their iPhone to fluid damage, I can see the novelty in having such a case. Oh ya, it does help with opening cans, too.

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SuperTooth Disco

Posted on Wednesday, March 23, 2011 at 19:00:57 by Sven Rafferty
File under: Accessory, Audio, Bluetooth
SuperTooth Disco

Pros

  • Full of rich and deep bass
  • Built-in rechargeable battery
  • Light and small
  • Easy to use
  • Nice functional case included
  • Auxiliary input

Cons

  • Does not support speakerphone profile
  • Noted “wavey” or “watery” sound at close listening range
  • A bit pricey

The Bottom Line
Bluetooth really never stormed the shores of the United States like it has Europe but companies from the Western World are making strides to change that. French maker Supertooth has brought to our shores a Disco. Literally. The Disco is a Bluetooth speaker system with some punch that delivers a rich and full bodied sound to your music from any Bluetooth 2.0 device. No worries if you’re still stuck in the 90s, you can still join the party as the Disco includes a line-in input as well. With generous bouncers at the door, just about everyone can join in on the Disco and enjoy nearly 10 hours of music pretty much anywhere they go thanks to the French.

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Bringing music where ever one goes now is pretty much not even an after thought anymore with smartphones making such a penetration in the consumer market. Either you have an iPhone or an Android. Some of you even have Blackberrys. I think one or two may have a Windows Phone 7 phone. That means you all have music on your device (well maybe Blackberry users are still trying to figure that one out.) Where that music once use to be locked into earphones or a cheesy built-in speaker for freedom to bump air waves around, Bluetooth now allows much greater freedom to do the hustle. SuperTooth’s Disco wants you to do just that, boogie. But is it up to the task or will it be forgotten just like the Bee Gees and Staying Alive?

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SuperTooth buddy

Posted on Wednesday, March 23, 2011 at 14:40:33 by Sven Rafferty
File under: Accessory, Audio, Bluetooth, Wireless
SuperTooth buddy

Pros

  • Great sounding speaker
  • Loud and clear
  • Long lasting battery
  • Excellent easy mount system
  • Small, light, and portable

Cons

  • Rear mount micro-USB

The Bottom Line
We’ve tested many speakerphones in our loud and noisy 2006 Ford F-250 Super Duty and SuperTooth is the first to find itself with a permanent place on our visor. With its loud and clear speaker along with a superb microphone both the caller and those being called can enjoy a conversation without frustration.

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Living on the road with a phone is tough. Tougher yet are many roads now have hands-free laws requiring the use of a speakerphone or headset. Toughest yet is finding a good solution that works and doesn’t force you back to your phones handset. SuperTooth is a French company that is making its way to America and is trying to make its mark upon the citizens of this great land with a speakerphone that just may be the best thing from France since the Statue of Liberty.

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Logos for iPad

Posted on Tuesday, March 15, 2011 at 14:07:46 by Sven Rafferty
File under: Publication, Software, Tablet
Logos for iPad - Logos Bible Software

Pros

  • Cloud syncing with desktop and iPhone Logos
  • Access to most of your desktop library
  • Off-line viewing of many library titles
  • Share verse with Facebook, Twitter, or email
  • Greek or Hebrew Lexicon, Word Study, and Passage Guide makes your iPad a powerful research tool
  • Great Bible in a Year plans that sync with desktop
  • Ability to access devotionals such as Morning and Evening

Cons

  • Copy and Paste not supported
  • Inability to share more than one verse
  • Share feature supplies link and not actual verse
  • Lack of highlight, history, and notes feature make it less of a study tool than others
  • Reliance on Internet connection for the Passage Guide or Word Study functions slow tend to make these features a bit sluggish

The Bottom Line
Logos is well known within the industry as the premiere resource for Bible study which makes it a tough task to shove all that into an iPad. Logos faithfully recreates quite a bit of the desktop experience into the tablet version of its application but falters on many levels in attempts to duplicate its big brother’s success. As a read-along Bible for Sunday sermons, Logos will frustrate you; however, if you are the one preparing for that sermon, it will greatly aid you in that measure.

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Logos has become the Mercedes Benz of Bible software. I haven’t spoken to a pastor that hasn’t either heard of it or swear by it. From big names like Mars Hill Church’s Pastor Mark Driscoll to President of FamilyLife Dennis Rainey, Logos is the starting and ending point for many in the Christian community. This applies some pressure to one when it creates a new product and the iPad version for the iPad is pressure indeed. How can you recreate – mimic – the absolute amazing desktop version into a small hand-held device…successfully? The bigger question is, did Logos in fact succeed at this monumental task?

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Accordance Bible 9 Software

Posted on Thursday, February 24, 2011 at 19:36:19 by Robert Harder
File under: Computers, Software
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Pros

  • Extensive resources for studying, cross referencing, and analyzing the Bible.
  • Powerful search capabilities for finding words, clauses, patterns, and even grammatical constructs.
  • The Instant Detail window provides some Greek and Hebrew expansions on keyed words.
  • Small memory footprint and runs on old macs (also pre-OS X and Mac emulators on Windows and Unix).
  • Free iPhone companion app available.

Cons

Really only a few nit-picky points. That there are no major complaints says a lot about the quality of the software.

  • The Instant Detail window doesn’t always pick the instant resource you might think it would (however you can always open another synchronized pane instead)
  • The Library window lists translations by their abbreviation only (KJV, AFL-E, RVR09, etc) with little aid in discovering their name. (granted, KJV is an easy one…)
  • Optional Dashboard Widget must launch Accordance to look up a verse.

The Bottom Line
Accordance Bible is a great Bible program for serious and intimate study of the Word. It is lean and fast, and it promotes thorough and thoughtful research. It is well focused and has extensive resources without losing its identity in a sea of unnecessary content.

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Accordance Bible software is an exciting step past the many, powerful, web-based Bible tools available on the Internet. Sure you could look up “that verse about Esther” with Google, but for in-depth study with many resources available both to amplify a point in question and to drill down to finer details, Accordance Bible software provides a refreshing, intimate connection with the Scriptures. It has a real “Mac” feel that will be welcome and refreshing to long time Mac users. Anyone wanting to study the Word more seriously, whether trained in a seminary or not, can get a lot of value out of this thorough tool, which has plenty to discover around every corner.

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TMPGEnc Video Mastering Works 5

Posted on Wednesday, February 23, 2011 at 21:43:05 by Joel Langley
File under: Software, Video
TMPGEnc Video Mastering Works 5

Pros

  • User-friendly interface
  • Fast encoding
  • Easy to read menus
  • Integrated video editor and effects

Cons

  • Windows only
  • High memory requirements

The Bottom Line

If you are looking for a program to encode your video to all different kinds of formats, then look no further than TMPGEnc’s Video Mastering Work 5. Making encoding easy for beginners to professionals, Video Mastering Work is a must-have utility.

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YouTube has popularized video so much that its hard to find anyone that hasn’t either uploaded something from their Flip, iPhone, or even those fangle things called camcorders at least once to the most watched video site in the world. From this revolution has come many video editors, encoders, and other video related software. From this mass, it rare that I find a program that meets my every video encoding need. I have searched high and low for the perfect program that does just about everything. But the ones I have found are in the high hundreds of dollars. And the cheap ones don’t have the capabilities I need. Now, I have found this with TMPGEnc Video Mastering Works 5. This program is everything I have dreamed about for encoding video to all different kinds of formats for a very low price.

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Motorola Droid X

Posted on Wednesday, February 23, 2011 at 16:31:08 by Sven Rafferty
File under: GPS, Phones, Photo, Smartphone, Video, Wireless
droid x

Pros

  • Excellent battery life.
  • Best soft keyboard we’ve seen.
  • Amazing speakerphone.
  • Beautiful large screen.
  • HDMI output.
  • Hotspot.

Cons

  • Hotspot security did not work.
  • Large size.
  • Poor implementation of Flash.
  • Inconsistent interface (Motoblur).

The Bottom Line
The Android playing field is filled with gems as well some coal. Motorola has embraced Google’s free operating system with vigor and expands, litterilly, its offering with the large screen Droid X. This gives Motorola more room to accomplish some things over its competition such as better battery life, easier typing, and simply more room to fill the screen with icons, images, and application features. The Droid X is a great addition to the smartphone world and while the size of the unit will be the make or break point for the majority of interested buyers, this Big Android deserves at least a look before your final purchase for your next phone.

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Motorola sprung back to life with the release of its Droid phone after many failed attempts to regain its past success from the RAZR and StarTAC before that. Dropping its attempts to find the operating system that would entice users to the Moto world of cellular phones, Google’s Android was a natural to dump into some ROM chips with its cheap price tag – free – and rapid acceptance among users. Plus, it really felt more like an iPhone, the gold standard in smartphones. To continue with the momentum Motorola created with the Droid, Moto went and strove for bigger things with the Droid X. The larger screen is the first and most apparent difference from other Android phones, but is it the only difference and is it even a good thing?

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GoodSync Pro for Mac

Posted on Sunday, February 13, 2011 at 10:34:14 by Sven Rafferty
File under: Software
GoodSync

Pros

  • Super fast
  • Small footprint
  • Large protocol support
  • Synchronize flash drives with immense ease
  • Support for relative (portable) paths
  • Advanced features such as script, synchronize or backup, and filter support

Cons

  • Missing Analyze and Sync button
  • Inability to make bootable Mac backup

The Bottom Line
Backup utilities are a dime a dozen these days making weeding through the poor ones less than trivial. The folks that brought you the amazing RoboForm password filler have now tackled the crowed file archiving world with GoodSync. Both Windows and Mac users can enjoy easy, lighting fast, backups to a slew of devices – be it network or logical drives – with a simple button click that proves GoodSync to be really a great sync!

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It’s not difficult to find a back up program these days but what is trying is finding one that works and works well. Anyone can code something to just copy files and trust me, I’ve seen such applications. With so much junk out on the landscape of archiving packages, many find something that works and sticks with it never to look again for a replacement. Well, I think you may wish to come out and see what the morning sun is shining on because Junk just got a new neighbor and he’s not happy about the arrival.

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Zombies Ala Mode

Posted on Wednesday, February 9, 2011 at 22:18:15 by Sven Rafferty
File under: Game, Smartphone, Software

Pros

  • Addictive
  • Various difficulty levels keeps game fresh
  • Good soundtrack
  • Tetris-like in stacking logic
  • Fun

Cons

  • Tilt sensitivity tricky to adjust at first

The Bottom Line
For a buck, this game can kill time quickly while in line at Starbucks or give you a good run of time getting away from it all in a fun, logical, fast paced game. Crawl Space has given a great example of a dollar getting you a lot of value for your money with Zombies Ala Mode.

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Price: $0.99 (iPhone) $1.99 (iPad)

Platform: iPhone and iPad running iOS 3.0 or higher

Website: Product Webpage