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Review: iRig Mic Studio – Studio Quality Audio in The Palm of Your Hand

Posted on 20/08/2015 by Ian Fuchs


From YouTube creators to podcasters, musicians to teachers, the use of multimedia seems to have no end. I’m not here to tell you about ways of making your powerpoint look fancier, or your YouTube video prettier, I can tell you that audio makes a huge difference. With the iRig Mic Studio, recording excellent quality audio is easier than ever.


Sync and View Netflix Streams With Friends in 3 Easy Steps

Posted on 17/08/2015 by Chris Hauk


A man’s desire to be able to watch Netflix movies together with his girlfriend who lived on the other side of the United States has led to the creation of a Google Chrome plug-in – Showgoers – that allows users to sync and view Netflix videos.


Apple’s Boot Camp Now Supports 64-Bit Windows 10

Posted on 13/08/2015 by Chris Hauk


Apple announced on Wednesday that its latest version of Boot Camp, just released as a system update for OS X Yosemite users, now supports 64-bit versions of the Windows 10 operating system.


Indie App of the Day: Mail Archiver X 3.2 for Mac OS X

Posted on 11/08/2015 by Chris Hauk


Today’s indie app is Mail Archiver X 3.2 for Mac OS X from Moth Software, an app that serves as a companion to your current email client, offering consolidation, archiving, and permanent storage of emails.


MacKeeper Customers Eligible for Piece of $2M Class Action Settlement

Posted on 11/08/2015 by Chris Hauk


If you were one of those who purchased a license for the highly criticized “security software” product MacKeeper, you’ll be glad to know that the original developers of the title have agreed to a $2 million settlement in a class action lawsuit over deceptive claims and false advertising for the software package.


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