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ReactiveCocoa 2.5 / 3.0 Beta 1 (MIT License)
A free objective-C framework designed to improve the workflow of Cocoa developers by composing and transforming sequences in a quick and easy manner.

i-net UNA 8.06 (Demo)
JDBC 1.22 driver for MS SQL Server

npm 2.8.3 / 2.8.4 Pre (MIT License)
Free and open source package manager for Node

i-net AUGURO 3.14 (Demo)
JDBC 1.22 driver for Oracle Server

PitStop Pro 13 (Trial)
A very powerful and popular Mac OS X application that is known as the industry standard for PDF preflight, auto-correction and editing.

Duplicate Photos Fixer Pro [DISCOUNT: 95% OFF!] 1.3.1 (Demo)
Detect duplicate or similar photos stacked on your Mac's drive and gain back storage pace by removing them with a simple mouse click.

Any.Do 3.0.0 Build 8.0.0 (Demo)
A stylish and user-friendly application that makes it possible for you to efficiently keep track of tasks and to-dos using your Mac

AntiSleep 1.2 Build 110 (Freeware)
A straightforward and efficient OS X application that enables you to turn off your Mac's sleep mode from the status bar menu with just a few clicks

Chromium 44.0.2374.0 (BSD)
A cross-platform and open source web browser project that aims to build a safer, faster, and more stable way to experience the Internet

Antares 0.7.3 (GPL)
A port of the original Ares code base

WebKit R182848 (Freeware)
A powerful, open source web browser engine that can be used by developers to easily design and build native and cross-platform browsers.

TNTmips 2014 Build 20150415 / 2015 Build 20150415 (Freeware)
Professional geospatial analysis system providing a fully featured GIS, RDBMS, and automated image processing

TNTatlas v2014 Build 20150415 / v2015 Build 20150415 (Freeware)
A free geodata viewer that enables users to publish and distribute their maps and geospatial data, as well as view hierarchical atlases prepared in TNTmips with HyperIndex Linker

Bugzilla 4.4.9 (Freeware)
Offers support to developers and enables them to easily track and manage bug reports, code changes or quality assurance issues.

Django CMS 3.0.13 / 3.1.0 RC 1 (MIT License)
An advanced Django based CMS for your website

Fingertips 0.4.0 (Freeware)
iOS library that offers automatic presentation mode to iOS apps

i-net ORANXO 3.14 (Demo)
J2EE 1.3 certified JDBC driver for Oracle Database Server

Jibber 1.0.2 (Freeware)
It helps you generate any number of words, sentences and paragraphs, in both English and Latin with just a few clicks straight from your Mac's menu bar

i-net SERO 3.14 (Demo)
JDBC 2.0 driver for Oracle Server

IIF Transaction Creator 8.71 (Demo)
An easy to use and install Microsoft Excel add-in that provides the necessary tools for importing transactions from the app into QuickBooks

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A Smartphone that Can Turn Into a Smartwatch Might Actually Make Sense
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When David Hasselhoff performed an ‘80s medley on American Idol last month, many thought it was the most random thing possible, since his singing career was never his strong suit. That was before they got to see the amazingness that is his latest music video, for a song called “True Survivor.” Relax, The Hoff isn’t releasing a new album, or if he is, he hasn’t said anything about it just yet. The song is included on the official soundtrack of a short Swedish film called “K...

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