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Are you still not sure what Net Neutrality actually is? Don’t feel dumb: it’s a nuanced concept. So, we tracked down videos from some of the smartest people on the Web.
Watch live, streaming TV on your XBMC media center – without a cable subscription. Here are some add-ons worth checking out.
Launch all of your games – be they PC titles or emulated classics – from one beautiful interface. LaunchBox makes it easy to browse – or show off! – your game collection.
Listening to music helps you focus and get more done, according to music therapists. What kind of music will improve your mood, and make you more productive? And where should you start looking for music?
Watch your favorite shows at your convenience. With NimbleTV watch what you want, whenever you want, on any device you want, anywhere you want. It does online live television legally.
If you can watch or listen to something, you can record it. All you need is the right tool.
Love Pandora, but not in your browser? Here are the best Mac apps for the job – regardless of whether you’re a Pandora One subscriber.
Watch TV, on your computer – without the need for an antenna, TV card or subscription. FilmOn is a free service offering a wide variety of TV channels in the US and UK.
Tune up your Mac – the easy way. Yasu is a free app designed to be your first step while troubleshooting.
Whether you’re trying to avoid Windows 8 or just considering something new, you might be thinking about switching to a Mac. One thing bothers you, though: can you keep your data?
Chorus is a new XBMC web UI and it just might be the best. Explore and queue up your XBMC music, TV and movie collection from your browser – in style.
Those icons at the top-left of your computer? You’re not using them enough, and that’s too bad. This area of your Mac can be a great way to quickly find information or even get work done.
Read books on your Mac. Sure, tablets and e-ink devices are better ways to read than your computer – but sometimes you need to open a book on your Mac.
Scapple is a note-taking and mind mapping software that lets you write down ideas, move them around and connect one concept to another – and it couldn’t be easier to use.
Want great games, but don’t want to pay? If you’re looking for the latest, you’re out of luck. But if you go a little older, you might find something perfect for you.