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CogState

NOTE: THIS SOFTWARE REQUIRES A LICENCE KEY FROM COGSTATECogState Research is an academically oriented version of the CogState ClinicalTrials...

December 1, 2014 by CogState

Can Soluto really make PCs less frustrating?

A tiny software startup in Israel is trying to make your PC less frustrating. The idea behind Soluto is to use the experience of millions of PC users to approximate the knowledge that a Windows expert gathers by trial and error. Can it work?

May 24, 2010 by

TrialTouch

Please note: The Trial Touch app connects to a secure cloud that requires a monthly subscription.Trial Touch is your paralegal, service...

October 27, 2014 by DK Global

SecuraLive Antivirus

SecuraLive Antivirus is a reliable and free antivirus software, built with keeping all the latest technologies, in mind. This service...

October 1, 2014 by Download Ad Blocker

Review: Who needs a PND when you have CoPilot Live 8 on an HTC HD2?

Earlier this summer I posted on the release of CoPilot Live 8 for Google Android and loaded it up on my T-Mobile G1 to evaluate for a full review. A ton of new devices came shooting across my desk and I never had the chance to finish my review of this excellent GPS navigation solution, although I did use it successfully for a couple of road trips and found it to be an excellent solution on the Android platform. Last week I received an HTC HD2 device to evaluate and found that CoPilot Live 8 was preloaded on the device. The software was loaded with a 14-day trial and I quickly learned I could transfer the review license from my G1 to the HD2 and quickly set up the account on the HD2 and downloaded the 31MB map for Washington State. As you can see in my image gallery containing screenshots of the application and video of CoPilot Live 8 in action (thanks to my new teenage daughter taking the wheel), the software is fantastic and with that large, fabulous 4.3 inch 800x480 pixel resolution display you can't find a much better portable GPS navigation/mapping solution available.

November 23, 2009 by

Zune 4.0 desktop and older Zune firmware updates now available

The Zune 4.0 desktop software was officially announced and is now available to download and I already have it up and running on my MSI Wind in preparation for the arrival today of my new 32GB Zune HD. I will have a first impressions article up early tomorrow morning after I have had some time to use the device. The new Zune software has features such as Quickplay, Smart DJ, mini mode, and Mixview. So far it works just fine on my MSI Wind and it looks quite slick with fluid animations and more. If you are not already a subscriber you can get a free 14-day trial of the new software too. It works on Windows 7, Vista, and XP, but there is not Mac support.

September 14, 2009 by

Mac botnet being used in DDOS attacks

Back in January pirated versions of iWork '09 being shared on P2P networks were discovered to contain a trojan horse called "iWorkServices." The author of the malware did his thing by adding a malicious binary to the trial version of the software package.

April 20, 2009 by

Cisco, VMware want Aussie testers

Cisco Systems this week said it was looking for Australian customers to trial the beta version of the Nexus 1000V distributed virtual software switch which it developed with VMware and announced earlier today.

September 17, 2008 by

EIC podcast: Dell's music plans; Microsoft's Mojave; Broadband wars

On this week's EIC squared podcast Dan and I assess Dell's MP3 player trial balloon, Vista's Mojave experiment and the broadband wars and whether any of the big players can actually win.First up, Dell floated a trial balloon in the Wall Street Journal today and the general idea is this: Dell is going to try and launch a music player again--this time with software as its big selling point.

July 30, 2008 by

Hey Apple, where are the free trials for iPhone applications?

I know a few of us here on ZDNet are hard at work on iPhone 3G and iPhone application articles and one aspect of the new Apple iPhone Application store that struck me immediately was that there are no trial versions of the commercial software. One of the major benefits for me that gets me using and eventually buying mobile software applications is the ability to try a full, or even limited, version for 14 to 30 days on my devices to see if the application truly fits my needs and is worth the cost. There are NO trial applications that I can find on the iPhone Application store.

July 10, 2008 by

Check out the EverNote Windows Mobile technology preview

I was just browsing my favorite blogs and stumbled upon some awesome news over at jkOnTheRun that details the installation process and functionality of the new EverNote technology preview for Windows Mobile. There is a very limited OneNote Mobile client for Windows Mobile devices and I was patiently waiting to see a mobile client from EverNote (a OneNote competitor) and it looks like they surpassed the functionality of OneNote with this preview product. You can check out more details of the Windows Mobile technology preview and even try it on your Windows Mobile 5 or 6 Pocket PC or Smartphone device. You will need the desktop version of EverNote 2.2 and there is a 60-day free trial so you can truly see if it fits into your mobile software arsenal.

November 25, 2007 by

Get Earthcomber and Sling Player Mobile for free on your Nokia N95

I just read on Darla Mack's blog that Nokia updated the Download! content for US Nokia devices. A couple of the new applications you can download and install are Earthcomber and Sling Player Mobile for S60. I went into depth and showed a video of Sling Player Mobile on S60 devices and if you purchased a Nokia N95 in the U.S. you get this software application for free (US$29.99 value). It isn't clear if this has to be the new N95-3 or if purchasing the N95 from Nokia USA or other online vendors counts, but after my Sling Player Mobile trial ends I'll try it on the standard N95.

October 2, 2007 by

Built for BlackBerry software download site debuts

 BlackBerry-maker Research in Motion has just debuted a Built for BlackBerry website.The site offers six sections with trial downloads and purchase options for News, Sports, Travel & Weather, Games & Entertainment, Lifestyle, and Navigation & Mapping mostly third-party BlackBerry compliant software.

September 12, 2007 by

Aussie jailed for software piracy

An Australian resident who headed the notorious DrinkOrDie software piracy gang has been jailed in the US.The British born man, Hew Griffiths, had been living in Bateau Bay before his extradition to face trial in the US earlier this year.

June 24, 2007 by

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