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Jackie is a tech writer and editor in the San Francisco Bay Area. Her specialties include Apple hardware and software, art, design, photography, video, AR, VR and 3D, and a wide range of creative and productivity apps and systems.

Hands-on: Corel graces Painter X3 with new visual, brush, and painting features

Corel launches Painter X3, the 13th version of its fine-art program, with new visual, brush, and painting features.

Panasonic takes the long view with the Lumix FZ70

The Lumix DMC-FZ70 has a staggering 60X optical zoom range, the most for a consumer point-and-shoot.

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Video Alternatives

Shoot and share video without Instagram and Vine

The two blockbuster apps get all the buzz, but these 9 alternatives are as creative as an art-house indie.

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Extensis times upgrade of Suitcase Fusion to Adobe Creative Cloud launch

Suitcase Fusion's new features offer access to fonts, lessen's application toggling, and hasten prototyping

Canon's EOS 70D DSLR focuses on clear, sharp video

Canon is blurring the lines between still cameras and camcorders with brand-new autofocus technology.

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Sony launches new high-end pocket cameras

Sony unveils special editions of its compact cameras with the new RX100 II and the RX1R.

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Quark tightening upgrade policy for XPress publishing program

After June 30, Quark will only support upgrading from one previous version of QuarkXPress to the current version.

Mac Gems: Photo+ simplifies and streamlines photo viewing

ArcSoft Photo+ is a seriously no-hassle photo viewer at a great price.

Snapjoy photo service shuts down

Just six months after teaming up with Dropbox, Snapjoy is no more.

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Samsung's Galaxy NX spotlights Android software in a new high-end camera

Samsung launches the first advanced, interchangeable lens camera with Jelly Bean inside.

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Adobe Creative Cloud subscriptions hit 700,000

Adobe reports that it added 221,000 new subscribers to its Creative Cloud subscription service and aims for 1.25 million by the end of the year.

Adobe releases Creative Cloud into the wild

Adobe's massive experiment in subscription software begins now with the release of Creative Cloud.

Review: Magnus iPad stand offers sleek design, limited positions

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 offer all-day battery life, better graphics performance

New MacBook Airs unveiled by Apple Monday feature better battery life and faster graphics.