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Adobe has launched Photoshop CS5 and Photoshop CS5 Extended, its flagship image editing and compositing programs.
Rob Griffiths takes a look at Final Cut Express, and what it is that keeps him coming back to it—even though iMovie is free and easier to use.
Veenix TypeBook Creator's unique feature set lets you explore the fonts you have, offers the best selection of layouts for specimen pages, and is reasonably priced.
Quark has bought the assets and technology of Gluon, the New Jersey-based publishing software maker.
Scrapbooking sounds easy, but like all crafts, it's the details that count. Here are some simple rules that will make your scrapbooks shine.
Adobe Ideas is a free digital sketchbook app that's designed to allow artists to sketch ideas wherever they are.
The iPad is big and bright and beautiful, so of course you want to draw all over it with your fingers. To facilitate that understandable urge, here are a couple of high-profile sketch products.
Final Draft plans to release an iPad application of its popular screenwriting software in the near future. The company has a signup form available to receive more information and to become a potential beta tester for the software.
Remember all the excitement surrounding the New Yorker magazine cover that was painted with an iPhone app? That was Brushes for iPhone. Now, there's an edition of the app for the iPad.
If you liked ArtStudio on the iPhone, just think of its new drawing and painting iPad app as giving you more room to explore your creativity.
Ever wonder about the name of the font for your favorite TV show or movie? Yes, you're weird. No, you're not alone. Jay Nelson tells you where such seekers may find.
iPhone painting app Layers is making its way to the iPad, with a bunch of new features including an integrated online gallery.
The Stylus Pro 7900, with its UltraChrome HDR ink set, excellent print quality and highly flexible paper handling, is definitely the gold standard in wide-format photographic printing.
Smashwords reportedly has inked a deal with Apple to bring e-books to the iPad. Aspiring authors will be able to get their works on the iPad for free and reap high margins from any e-book sales.
Whether you're sending business correspondence or wedding invitations, a customized envelope can help your correspondence hit home. Chris McVeigh tells you how to spiff up your envelopes with OS X's Address Book.