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David has been covering Apple and how to get the most out of its products since 2005. Now a freelance tech writer, he runs Finer Things in Tech, jots down thoughts at DavidChartier.com, occasionally starts outlining the great American tech novel, and might still get to snowboard Breckenridge one more time.

Adobe releases new Photoshop iPad apps

Adobe recently announced three new Adobe apps for iPad that can control or interact with Photoshop CS5 in a variety of intriguing ways. On Tuesday, those apps were released in the App Store.

Zoho Meeting gains Mac support

Zoho, maker of a wide variety of online productivity and collaboration apps, has announced full Mac support in Zoho Meeting, its service for running online meetings, screensharing, and remote support sessions.

Appigo announces Todo for Mac, launches Cloud Sync

Appigo has announced a Mac companion to its popular task management apps for iPhone and iPad. It's also released Cloud Sync, a service for keeping your projects and to-dos on the same page for all your devices.

Apple releases Boot Camp update for Thunderbolt iMacs

Apple has released a Boot Camp update for its just-announced Thunderbolt-equipped iMacs. The update applies specifically to users with Japanese and Korean keyboards.

Mail Designer lets you get creative with stationery

You have long been able to purchase various add-on packs of stationery for Mail. Now, Equinux has a powerful tool that enables you to customize or create your own.

Our Choice for iOS pushes digital book boundaries

Al Gore's latest book is now available as an interactive book for iPad and iPhone. It mixes the book's text with a fluid layout of photos, documentary footage, and interactive charts, challenging the definition of the word "book" in the 21st century.

Microsoft updates OneNote Mobile for iPhone

The Redmond software giant has released its first major update to OneNote Mobile, its iOS client for creating notes and syncing with Web and Windows counterparts.

Apple preparing to ship the iPad 2 to 13 more countries

Along with the white iPhone 4 announcement, Apple on Wednesday also said that it would begin shipping the iPad 2 to Japan, Hong Kong, Korea, and ten other countries within the next week and a half.

Photosmith organizes photos on iPad, syncs to Lightroom

A new full-featured photo organizer for the iPad gives professional photographers one more reason to leave their MacBooks at home. You can import and organize your photos with Photosmith on-the-go, then sync all your work to Adobe's Lightroom client on your Mac or PC when you get home.

Viddy 'Instagram for video' app debuts on iPhone

Viddy is a new video shooting, sharing, and social networking app for iPhone. Its developers were clearly inspired by Instagram, a popular app that offers similar features, but only for photos.

Quicksilver productivity utility gets dusted off, again

One of the Mac's most touted power user utilities is experiencing another revival, thanks to a new team of developers.

Valve releases Portal 2 for Mac, PC, PS3, and Xbox

Portal 2, one of the most anticipated games of 2011, has arrived simultaneously for the Mac, PC, and PS3.

Microsoft announces Office 365 public beta, Marketplace

Microsoft has opened the public beta doors to Office 365, its Web-hosted versions of key business software like Office, SharePoint, and Lync Server. It also announced a new Marketplace for Office 365, a place for trusted third-parties to offer more apps and services to Office 365 customers.

Apple releases iTunes 10.2.2

iTunes 10.2.2 is a minor update that tackles a handful of problems that mostly involved syncing with iOS devices.

Apple revamps discussion boards with questions, dashboard

Apple has rolled out its redesigned discussion boards, sporting a new format that more heavily emphasizes the increasingly popular question-and-answer format, as well as a customizable dashboard for staying on top of what matters to you.