Adobe embarks on exclusive Creative Suite subscription offerings and begins offering CS7 features to Creative Cloud subscribers.
Gogo's Stump Portable Tablet Stand is the rare product that successfully combines utility with simplicity, is easy on the eyes, and comes at the reasonable price. Small tree-stump-like device holder is a sturdy and simple way to prop up your iPhone or iPad.
PrivacyScan offers a one-stop way to mitigate common privacy concerns by identifying and destroying Internet files placed on your computer that track your usage and reveal your online activities to others.
Responding to user complaints, Adobe seeks solution to InDesign incompatibility with brand new Apple hardware and the latest version of Lion.
MotionArtist beta comic creation tool offers simple animation, panel creation tools, and HTML5 export.
Photo printers go on summer parade with an emphasis on software and wireless access.
As the era of MobileMe draws to a close, we review the alternatives to some of its historical cloud services that will—and won't—be making the trip to iCloud.
Traditional MacBook Pros hold fast to their form factor and design
Apple updates photo management app for Retina display and adds interoperability with iPhoto
With USB 3, HDMI, Thunderbolt x2, and a Retina display, the new MacBook Pro is not an iterative update.
Apple updated its MacBook Air line to include new Ivy Bridge processors and ports that offer both USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 interfaces.
QuarkXPress 9.3 lets users export content directly to the Amazon Kindle format.
Tiny, wearable sports camcorders compete with Contour and GoPro and will soon offer instant online sharing.
Adobe Creative Suite experts Jay Nelson and Lesa Snider stop by to discuss the latest versions of Adobe's software for creative professionals -- specifically InDesign and Photoshop.
Adobe plans to patch security holes in Photoshop CS5, Illustrator CS5.5, and Flash CS5.5, reversing an earlier decision to require paid upgrades.