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Do you enjoy being able to roll around on the ground in War Thunder while taking out anything on the business end of your tank's main guns? Good! The game's next update is giving you new ways to do just that. War Thunder: Steel Generals is due out by the end of the year and is aimed at spicing up t...

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I've been looking at slideshow apps for some time and have found them all to be pretty useful. Some of the iOS apps I've checked out don't let you choose transitions, and others have no way to let you choose your own music. So I was pleased to get a chance to look at Fliptastic, which comes with a v...

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MYMUSAIC is a free iPhone app that lets you create a slideshow from your photos and music, using images from your Camera Roll or those submitted by friends. The app requires you to create a login, or use your Facebook credentials. The privacy policy says your email won't be sold to 3rd parties. M...

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Apple's iPhoto app has some very basic slideshow features built in. Sure, you can apply the Ken Burns effect all day long, and even save your slideshows as screen savers. But if you are bored by iPhoto's simple dissolves, pans and wipes, it's time to check out ScatterShow (US$29.99) from Smith Mic...

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DabKick is a free app that allows you to create and share a slide show from your iPhone in realtime with someone else, no matter where they are as long as they have Internet access. First, gather some pictures from your camera roll on the app, then text or email a friend or family member. They ...

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This might be something nice to present those holiday photos to friends and family. Pixntell is a free universal app from Focustrain that lets you take images from your Photoroll and create a slideshow you can narrate. Here's how it works. Open the app, choose the photos to use, arrange them in...

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ePic is a US $3.99 OS X app for displaying photos in attractive ways. It has some realistic physics, and unlike many similar apps, you can interact with the onscreen slideshow. To start, you point the app at an iPhoto or Aperture library, or to online sources like Picasa, Flickr, 500px or any l...

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I didn't even have dust on the box yet, but Aperture 3 has scored an update within a few days of its release. The update, according to Apple, "...addresses an issue affecting the playback of video clips used in Aperture 3 slideshows on Snow Leopard." The update is 65.2 megs to download. If it has...

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For all the things Apple does right, there are some strange decisions in the integration of iPhoto and MobileMe. iPhoto has a wonderful way to create animated slideshows with music and professional looking transitions and you can look at them all day on your Mac, or send them to your iPhone or Apple...

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While YouTube on the Apple TV stole the show of the device's most recent software update, Apple managed to sneak in a few other features and some intriguing hints at possible future features. As TUAW reader Brandon mentioned, there is a new iTunes Store section in the Settings menu, but all this ...

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Did you know that you could create a full-screen interactive slideshow just by selecting items in Finder? Finder's built-in slideshows are one of OS X's most fabulous but also most overlooked features. All you have to do is select a bunch of images, control-click (or right-click) your selection and ...

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