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FXhome EffectsLab Pro

This awesome pieces of software is like a Glock in a box for your home movies.

It's my party, and I'll link who I want to

Linking policies are the stupidest thing Dave Murphy has ever seen. It's 2007 -- why the heck are these things still on the Web?

Welcome to the Windows Blog

Mark Soper debuts the newest blog in town, and it's [A fatal exception has occurred. The current teaser will be terminated.]

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SanDisk Sansa e280R Rhapsody

We liked almost everything about SanDisk’s Sansa e260 flash-memory digital media player when we reviewed it in November 2006, but we slapped it with a verdict of 5 because we activated its voice recorder every time we picked the damned thing up. The Sansa e280R fixes that problem and adds two more gigs of memory for good measure.

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Sony BWU-100A Blu-ray Drive

Most folks aren’t prepared to choose sides in the battle between Blu-ray and HD DVD—and who can blame ’em, given the scarcity of HD content and the exorbitant cost of drives and media. But for the gotta-have-it-now early adopters, Blu-ray remains the only next-gen disc you can burn. The HD DVD camp has yet to release a burner, while Sony’s BWU-100A marks the third Blu-ray burner we’ve reviewed in the last six months. And with each new model, we’re seeing improvements.

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An End of an Era

Associate Editor Dave Murphy bemoans the loss of his box fort. It must be Friday.

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HP TouchSmart IQ770

When HP designed the TouchSmart IQ770, it must have been thinking of that old saying, “No matter where I serve my guests, it seems they like the kitchen best.” This PC is tailor made for serving up—and scarfing down—digital media in the kitchen.

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