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This free utility offers easy video editing, plus encoding to a number of different formats--when there's no easier way to do it.
At the end of another year, PCWorld reviewers name downloads and Web programs we liked so much we just kept on using them.
Use realistic-feeling tools to create digital paintings on a PD Artist canvas...but prepare for a steep learning curve.
Avast Software has launched a free Android security product that combines antivirus, anti-theft and firewall components and provides special features for rooted...
Android has undergone a huge transformation with the Ice Cream Sandwich update. Here are a few of the biggest changes.
Though FoxIt Phantom PDF outputs run-of-the-mill PDFs well, it lacks the tools for most advanced PDF tasks.
PhotoTangler is an easy-to-use application that lets you create picture collages easily and visually.
DriverScanner 2012 makes it easy to identify and update old drivers.
If you've got the free X1 Mobile Connect on your computer and $15 X1 Mobile Search on your iOS gadget, you can search and edit docs at will.
These 15 apps for Android, iOS, and Windows Phone 7 can help you save money and time on your post-Thanksgiving shopping frenzy.
Total Defense's Mobile Security app does have a few good points, but they are overshadowed by what feels like a half-finished design and features that did not work.
Stalwart media creation suite has a revamped interface, but the new look isn't found across the entire app.
The five most recently reviewed files include screenplay software, a fabulous file-sync program in invitation-only beta, a promising IDE that needs some work, and a music and audio recording program.