Adobe's massive experiment in subscription software begins now with the release of Creative Cloud.
The Magnus stand’s magnetic attachment is clever and secure, and the stand looks great, but it’s limited to landscape orientation and a single angle.
New MacBook Airs unveiled by Apple Monday feature better battery life and faster graphics.
Adobe upgrades its photo management software as part of Creative Cloud, but still offers it as a traditional license in a box.
For watching videos and reading in bed—either in an upright or a prone position—or just for keeping your iPad off the dinner table or away from your exercise bike or musical instrument, the Standzfree Tubular Stand for iPad is a fine concept that’s nicely executed.
Quark is getting ready to release version 10 of its pioneering desktop publishing program. Meantime, the company is offering a deal on the year-old version 9.
X-Doria's Widge is a cheerful, child-friendly iPad stand and case that’s light, easy to carry, and secure.
Flickr's new upgrade showcases big, bold images, but many do not like the change.
The ChillTab 2 tablet stand is made of high-quality materials, and it has a reliable and sturdy feel, but it's limited to a single angle.
Designed for the rough and tumble of classroom use, the iPhome 2 is also handy for keeping adult-owned and -operated tablets safe and secure around the house.
What's the big objection to Creative Cloud and what should you do about it?
Google steps up to the plate with increasingly competitive photographic features for its Google+ service.
We begin this two-part podcast with Jackie Dove speaking with Adobe's Scott Morris about Creative Cloud and its license. Chris Breen then speaks to Jeff Carlson about addressing iPhoto annoyances.
The FlipStands portable tablet stand is compact and versatile.
Visiting the national parks this summer? If you’re carrying your smartphone in your pocket, you’ll have all the guidance you’ll need to get around rough terrain with apps from the Apple App Store and Google Play.