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Briefly: Boynq Sound2Go review

updated 09:45 pm EDT, Fri May 2, 2008

FileExaminer sale

In brief: We have a review of Boynq Sound2Go, FileExaminer is on sale, Belkin is offering pink-ribbon cases to combat breast cancer, and Peachpit is now on Adobe TV ... We have posted a review of the Boynq Sound2Go, a compact portable speaker system for your iPod or any MP3 player that measures 8.5 x 6.5 x 4.75 inches in height. Its one-pound weight is a bit hefty for a suitcase, especially if you're limited to one bag on your airline of choice. It is useful for vacation get-aways, if you can still afford gas to go anywhere, or as a personal sound system on your desk at work.


FileExaminer on sale

Gideon Softworks has announced that FileXaminer is now on sale. FileXaminer is a File/Folder information utility for Mac OS X. FileXaminer allows you to modify file and folder attributes that the Finder cannot ( ex. Type/Creator Info, UNIX permissions, and more. For a limited time (until Tues May 6th), user can pickup FileXaminer for $6, a 40 percent savings. FileXaminer eliminates the need to use Terminal, and makes changing attributes on files/folders easier.

Belkin offers pink-ribbon cases to combat Breast Cancer

In continuing its fight against breast cancer, Belkin International has introduced new designs of its pink-ribbon cases for the iPod nano. For each Sport Armband, Leather Sleeve, Slim Fit, and Remix Metal for iPod nano case sold, Belkin will donate $2.50 to support Susan G. Komen for the Cure (with a minimum guaranteed donation of $225,000). The cases are available now for $25.

Peachpit now on Adobe TV

Peachpit TV has been selected inclusion in Adobe's new free online video resource, Adobe TV. Featuring multiple channels, original series programming, and hours of video content from the world's leading subject matter experts, Adobe TV offers in-depth tips and techniques for designers, photographers, video pros, and developers. Among the content is an interview with authors Stephanie Sullivan and Greg Rewis regarding their new book, Mastering CSS with Dreamweaver CS3.




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