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FileMaker Pro 12 Review

FileMaker Pro 12 is an advanced version of other FileMaker Pro versions, offering Mac users an easier way of creating stunning and interactive databases....

Apple USB SuperDrive Review

The newest to join the line up of Apple SuperDrive products looks to be the best one yet developed. Because so many Apple products,...

Symphony Pro 2.4 App Review

Apple has spent a long time marketing the iPad as a content creation device (spurring the competition to make and sell tons of content...

Apple TV (2012) Review

The second generation Apple TV looks no different than the first. Same austere black box that can fit in your hand with a few...

Paprika v1 Software Review

Paprika is a one-stop program for managing your personal recipe collection. Anyone from home food experimenters to professional chefs in restaurants can make use...

Apple Magic Trackpad Review

The Apple Magic Trackpad has turned the tables of personal computing - instead of laptop users plugging a computer mouse into their machine for...

iMac All-in-One Desktop (2012) Review

The iMac boasts the clutter-free layout of a laptop with the larger monitor size of a full desktop computer. With features and layout combining...

Mac Pro Workstation-Class Desktop (2012) Review

For two years, consumers have waited for an update to the Mac Pro, Apple’s flagship desktop model, and now the wait is finally over....

Mac Mini (2012) Review

For users who want a solid desktop Mac but balk at the thought of spending several thousand dollars on a workstation-grade Mac Pro, the...

iPod Shuffle (2012) Review

With a capacity of just 2GB, and one of those rare Apple products that will require you to press buttons, the 4th generation iPod...