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Is there a doctor in the house? If you’ve got an iPhone, the answer is a qualified “yes” —now that you can access up-to-date, expert-reviewed medical content via A.D.A.M.’s Symptom Navigator for iPhone.
Skullcandy; now there’s a naming success. Skullcandy’s a little company that markets a wide selection of headphones, earbuds, and accessories. I’ve never had any trouble remembering this firm’s name! Skullcandy’s target audience is the skater/hiphop crowd, but don’t let that (or their too-cool-for-school website design) drive you away, even if you lean more to the fuddy-duddy side of the spectrum.
The Weeks Division of MyMac Labs get plenty of iPhone cases to review. Some are better than others. Unfortunately, Prima’s Premium Leather Flip case does not fall into the "better than others" category. While our review case was nicely made of leather, with several slots for credit cards or licenses, Prime seems to have not understood what makes a useful iPhone case.Read More
Are you looking for an inexpensive, traditional style, animation program for you? Are your kids interested in creating animated cartoons? Are you a teacher looking for a great animation program for your class? If so, Flip Boom, by Toon Boom Animation, Inc is worth looking into.
The Canon EOS Digital Rebel Personal Training DVD seems to be aimed at first-time DSLR owners, and Rick Sammon certainly has far more than a few things to teach them. Much of the material is pretty universal, but the DVD is specifically aimed at owners of Canon’s Rebel XTi.
You can just crack open the book, pick a tip, any tip, and give it a try the next time you are out with a camera or sitting at a computer with some photo files to play with. New MyMac.com writer David Graham reviews.
Would you like to have your USB peripherals, especially shared printers, located away from different users’ computers? If so, you should check out this accessory from Gefen, Inc., that allows up to four printers and other USB devices to be located away from your computers.Read More
MyMac.Com has reviewed different large multiple-disk storage products recently. They all share some common traits – multiple disks in an enclosure (USB or FireWire), looking like a large single volume, and some form of RAID technology applied. Next up, the Drobo Storage Robot from Data Robotics, Inc.
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