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Software is sometimes used in a broader context to mean anything which is not hardware but which is used with hardware, such as film, tapes and records.The Software world is changing quickly, thanks to new technologies which are bringing almost unthinkable Software Gadgets.

Software Gadgets are regularly growing.Whether you are looking for the latest in Software Gadgets , the coolest Software Gadgets or the most useful Software Gadgets imaginable this is the right CG section for you.


Makayama iPod Media Studio - Convert DVD to iPod 400% Faster


Makayama Software has conversion software for just about every portable media device avaliable today. They've just released their iPod Media Studio, which can convert your DVD's to iPod format faster than you can "DRM" (well, almost.) The only downside is that there's no Mac version, iPod Media Studio is only available for PC. How's that for irony?



Microsoft Virtual Server 2005 R2


We don't normally cover software, however I thought I'd let you all know that you can download Microsoft's Virtual Server R2 for free. If you've got a home network to simulate or you just want to experiment with setting up a honeypot, virtualization is fun and safe for everyone.

Apparently before they decided to give it away, Virtual Server was about $100 a pop.



Camino 1.0 is Out


I'm still a fairly new mac user and a very happy one if I must say so but most of the time I've been using Safari for browsing the web. It was teh best of all I could find for my mac; I tried FireFox, n optimized PowerPC version, and Opera as well but none just seemed to click with me. Why? Many reasons some integration, others design and interface. In the end Safari was left. Well upon the release of Camino 1.0 today I became interested and downloaded 5th browser...and gave it a go. All that I have to say is WOW!! Truly a superiour browser for the mac. Camino is an opensource browser built upon Mozilla's Gecko Rendering and more. The design and layout is perfect in my view outdoing Apple's Safari Browser. It integrates with OS X very well and is a perfect upgrade from Safari. I may sound rather stupid in the eyes of long time Mac users but for anyone out there using Safari or regular Firefox you must give this a go. It is fantastic.



SeaMonkey 1.0 Released


Our Those Mozilla guys are at it again. They are no longer making the Mozilla internet suite, at least not under that name. Today they launched version 1.0 of the newly renamed SeaMonkey Internet Suite. I downloaded a copy and to be honest I was hoping for something that combined FireFox, Thunderbird, maybe Sunbird into a new and vastly improved suite. What I got was Mozilla suite with movable tabs and not much else different. If you like having an all in one solution, and an alternative to IE, SeaMonkey might be something to try. If you're using FireFox and Thunderbird though, I'd say stick with those. I suppose I can't complain too much about SeaMonkey, it IS open source so if I really wanted a combo FireFox/Thunderbird offering, I'd become a developer and make it so! You can get your copy of the SeaMonkey at



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