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LiveDrive review

Livedrive is one of the first developers to the Windows 8 party with a new native app that works with the company's online storage and file sharing service. Livedrive already has provided apps for both Android and iOS, so this is a logical evolution for the company. It's available in plans that range from $8 per month on up, each with a 14-day free trial.
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Microsoft Windows Phone SDK review

Windows Phone SDK 8.0 gives developers extensive features, snappier code, lots of help, and the option to code in JavaScript and HTML
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PC Fix Cleaner review

If you're charging £18 for a registry cleaner, it had better be pretty darn good. Dubai Click's utility PC Fix Cleaner is. Whether that's enough to recommend it over an effective freebie such as CCleaner is another matter.
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MokaFive Suite 3.0 review

MokaFive has announced a new version of its virtual desktop management solution, called MokaFive Suite 3.0, that introduces full support for Windows 7, improved security, and multitenancy capabilities for managed service providers.
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RecImg Manager review

RecImg Manager is a Metro interface and manager for the new Windows 8 recimg.exe command line utility and the recovery images it creates. Unlike full images, recovery images don't contain or documents, user settings, etc.; these are left alone when a recovery image is created or restore. However, they do contain everything else, and with no differential or incremental options, they are generally quite large.
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Radio Silence review

Editor's note: The following review is part of Macworld's GemFest 2012 series. Every weekday from mid June through mid August, the Macworld staff will use the Mac Gems blog to briefly cover a favorite free or low-cost program. Visit the Mac Gems homepage for a list of past Mac Gems.
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TunnelBear VPN review

One of the great ironies of the Internet is that it is meant to connect everyone together and break down barriers, but at the same time media companies erect location-based barriers around their properties. This practice is known as geo-blocking. For example, web services like Hulu, Pandora, Google Voice, and Google Music are not available outside of the United States, while BBC iPlayer and Grooveshark are blocked to anyone outside of the UK. Then there's all the music uploaded to YouTube, which is blocked in various parts of Europe, depending on the strength of the music industry lobbyists. To some people however, these constant attempts by the media industry to segregate users according to geographic location seems unfair The way around this issue is to use a VPN (which stands for Virtual Private Network) program, such as TunnelBear
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NetworkClean review

Facebook is a lot of fun...until you realize that much of the information posted there could be found by someone you might not want to see it. Like your boss, or potential boss. Your mother, or your potential mother-in-law. Ever wonder how your Facebook page might make you look to someone else? NetworkClean can show you: This free service scans and monitors your Facebook account, alerting you to any problems lurking there.
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Impress.js review

Presentations sometimes feel like the bane of the business community. They are notoriously difficult to prepare, and delivering a presentation to a packed room is a challenge in itself. Even after you've got the content down, there remains the matter of actually creating something you can show other people while you talk. Impress.JS is a free JavaScript library that skilled web developers can use to create presentations that run in a browser and look nothing like PowerPoint. Instead of moving through slides, you fly over a large map of concepts, zooming and shifting between them.
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Private WiFi review

Private WiFi is a $10-per-month ($85 per year) service that secures your data from Wi-Fi hacking by placing it within a VPN (Virtual Private Network). It does this with client software (PC and Mac) that connects to the company's own secure servers.
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