Arexit's A-Fold stand provides a lightweight and easy-to-use way to park your iPad at a variety of angles.
The GorillaMobile Yogi for iPad 2 is a great stand for people who use an iPad in hard-to-balance places, such as outdoors or in the kitchen, bedroom, or gym. Its lightweight, flexible frame and legs are easy to tote, and while it would be nice if the stand would accommodate a separate cover, the Yogi's backing is easy to slip into one of the many iPad sleeves on the market.
Lightweight and sleek, the InCase Origami Sleeve offers excellent protection for general iPad use, and it doubles as a portable stand.
The miFrame iPad stand doubles as a picture frame—or maybe the other way around.
New 64-bit video applications set to offer increased workflow speed, flexibility, and time savings.
This device offers a completely different way to scan 3-D objects to produce arresting images.
Alongside the release of Squeeze 8 for the enterprise, Sorenson has launched a Lite version of its flagship video encoding software.
Alien Skin's new version of its photo enlargement plug-in is easier to use and costs $50 less.
New Apple printer drivers are on the loose.
Designed for Lion, the new version of Pixelmator edges closer to the Photoshop realm.
Owners of older QuarkXPress versions can now upgrade for the standard price until the end of 2011.
Adobe's Creative Cloud initiative is further evidence of the company's recognition that mobility is now the cornerstone of art and design. Jackie Dove looks at the Creative Cloud announcements coming out of this week's Adobe Max conference.
As part of its Creative Cloud initiative, Adobe on Monday introduced six new tablet-based apps for iOS and Android platforms. The new mobile offerings--which will be available to Android users first--are aimed at making it easier for artists and designers to create and share their work.
Photoshop and Premiere Elements a get an upgrade with an added online subscription option.
Just Mobile's UpStand isn't inexpensive, but it's attractive, functional, and lightweight. The stand works well for viewing your iPad in landscape or portrait orientation, though thanks to its single viewing angle and raised position, you'll need an external keyboard if you plan on doing even a moderate amount of typing.