Duplicate Detective is the most comprehensive duplicate finder for your Mac. It quickly scans your hard drive to find all the duplicate files and folders on your Mac. You can then selectively choose which duplicates to delete and free up precious space on your hard drive.
nick reboot is a 24/7 live stream of classic Nickelodeon shows from the 90s and early 2000s! nick reboot exists solely to provide a medium for commentary, criticism, educational review, and research of Nickelodeon as it was during that time period. Shows are aired live and in random order, meaning that you are seeing what everyone else is seeing – just like live TV.
Recently Google announced an end to Google Reader, one of the most popular RSS readers out there. This has left a lot of people looking for a Google Reader replacement. One of the best, and most complete replacements out there is Feedly. Feedly has really stepped up to fill the void offering a service nearly identical to Google Reader. You can sort your feeds in several different ways including a list view. Feedly also has both an Android and iPad app, cloud syncing, and is integrated with other mobile applications. This makes it one of the replacements for Google Reader and should be looked at if you are looking for a new RSS reader.
Boom volume booster is the first-of-its-kind app for Mac! Boost the volume of your music and video files so they sound better on your iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. Boom provides the ability to boost the volume of your music and video files residing in the iTunes library of your Mac and on the disk. It lets you enjoy the new boosted experience on your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad through a seamless transfer by creating a separate playlist.
In this episode, Colm and Michael recap WWDC 2013 where Apple announced iOS 7, Mac OS X 9 Mavericks, and a new Mac Pro. Did Apple deliver? Was it a flop? Also, Xbox One or PS4 – which one did Colm and Michael pre-order?
This week on What The Tech: A flurry of announcements all from Sony and Microsoft at E3 and Apple’s WWDC. Andrew rants about the absurdity of people who hate everything and complain about everything. Sony finally unveils the hardware for the PlayStation 4. How does it measure up to the Xbox One? Microsoft announces pricing and launch dates for the Xbox One. Does the Xbox One cost too much? And Apple announces iOS 7, OS X 10.9 Mavericks, and a new Mac Pro assembled right here in the USA. What does Paul make of the new naming scheme for Mac OS X?
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