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Archive for August 2008

ShadesCases announces the release of Shades Cases for the iPhone 3G model. The new cases keep the same thin, sleek look as the original iPhone cases – measuring only .4mm thin and weigh an airy 0.5ozs with built-in ultra-clear screen protection, while allowing you the ability to completely work the iPhone screen interface.

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Shadow 4 from NewTech Infosystems is the latest version of their award-winning, easy to use backup software. Now you know how important it is to back up all of your important files because you never know when your hard drive is going to fail. The problem most users have is how they should do a backup and what is the easiest way to accomplish it.

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Tritton Technologies Sound Bite is a portable disc shaped speaker system that is powered by its built-in USB (type A) cable. The top of the Sound Bite has a subwoofer displayed while the stereo speaker system is mounted in a semi-circle lid that lifts upward.

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Adobe Acrobat 9 has matured into an application beyond the creation of PDF documents. I have never given the product much thought beyond PDFs but with Acrobat 9, I have seen a tremendous number of features that will also change your perception of this product.

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Digital Filmmaking for Teens by Pete Shaner and Gerald Everett Jones can help get your teen up to speed on the latest techniques and technology that they can utilize to get started in filmmaking.

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When Gran Turismo 3 was released back in mid 2001, players were already in awe of the game’s design and were looking forward to the next incarnation of this ultra realistic driving simulator.

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Proporta is a maker of accessories for a variety of platforms. One of their recent releases was their Screen Magnifier for the Sony PlayStation Portable. This sleek, black foldable device holds your device at a slight angle while holding a magnifying lens about two inches above your PSP’s display.

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