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FileStream Image Broadway review

Although it's billed as a photo editor, FileStream's Image Broadway does a lot more than touch up your photos. A recent (and steep) price cut makes Image Broadway a more affordable alternative to Adobe's Photoshop Elements, but it does have a few drawbacks. You can try Image Broadway (with limits) for free.

Pros

Lots of tools: Image Broadway isn't just a photo retoucher; it's a full-featured graphics editor with drawing, painting, filters, effects, layers, paths, and more.

Familiar face: Like most graphics editors, Image Broadway's layout and tools resemble Photoshop's but with its … Read more

The 404 1,153: Where we're not yelling (podcast)

Enter our week-long Threadless contest for a chance to win one of three Threadless T-shirts -- one lucky winner will receive a $30 gift certificate to the Threadless Web Store. Just follow us on Twitter and @reply us a photo of your favorite T-shirt along with the hash tag #404Threadless. We'll select the winners next Monday. Good luck!… Read more

The 404 960: Where we tweet from our seats (podcast)

Leaked from 404 Podcast 960:

Facebook exploit exposes Mark Zuckerberg's private photos. Theaters set aside tweet seats for Twitter users. Finally: an app that can detect Photoshopping. Rumor: Apple to release 32-55 inch TVs next year.… Read more

Save up to 60% on FileStream TurboZIP, WinSettings Pro and Image Broadway - limited time only

UPDATE January 6, 2010: WinSettings Pro offer below has expired and is no longer available.

Today, we bring you three special offers from FileStream on three of their most popular products - TurboZIP, WinSettings Pro, and Image Broadway. For a limited time only, you can save up to 60% on these three PC essentials.

TurboZIP - Special offer: $29.95 (orig.$49.95).

You don't have to be technical whiz to know how to zip files and folders. Clear and logical right-mouse menus, drag and drop procedures, and suggested naming features bring incredible convenience to your fingertips. TurboZIP is … Read more

Photos of Apple's fourth Manhattan store

Apple's latest Manhattan store doesn't officially open until this Saturday, but it had the press in today for a sneak peek. Of course, because the store's made mostly of glass, the general public can get a pretty good idea of what everything looks like inside--except for what's below ground.

Click on any of the images to launch the slideshow.

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The 404 166: Where we're invaded by the NewYork.com girls

On today's show, we're joined by two of the girls from NewYork.com! Wilson's sick, but he misses out on an insane show filled with the girls drooling over Michael Phelps, even more slanted eye pictures, Nintendo bikinis, Apple store nightmares, and a possible NewYork.com/404 meetup!? Listen for more details!

Wilson can't make it to the show today so we replace him with two of the fantastic ladies from NewYork.com! "Broadway Baby" Hillary and "Soho Hot" Amanda are a real treat to have in the studio, especially for the … Read more

Get-It guards your fingers

We've all reached to pick something up, getting a handful of burned fingers for our trouble. The problem is that spoons, spatulas, and other food-handling devices just don't have the dexterity of the average human hand. We try to pick things up because it's just so much easier than fumbling around with whatever we're trying to move, and watching it wind up on the floor.

Broadway Panhandler has a great finger protector--the Get-It Finger Guard--that will allow you to skip the spoon and just pick up whatever it is you're after. Sure, it … Read more