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Ask Video released a new set of training videos designed for users of Pro Tools 8.
Virginia's Shenandoah University chose the MacBook and iPod touch for its new learning program because of Apple's commitment to the environment.
Northwestern University plans to start offering free content through iTunes U beginning Feb. 17, 2009.
Mathematica Home Edition is a version of Wolfram's analytic software licensed for personal use.
MacProVideo released several new video tutorials focused on Illustrator, Pro Tools, and Apple's MainStage
MacFamilyTree has been updated improving on several aspects of the application including the GEDCOM importer.
MacProVideo released the newest round of tutorial videos, this time focusing on iWeb and Keynote.
DesignProVideo.com a company that specializes in video training tutorials on Adobe Creative Suite 4 applications, released two new tutorials on Wednesday. One video is for Flash users, the other for Dreamweaver.
Video tutorial company, MacProVideo, on Friday released a major update for its Nonlinear Educating Device, adding several new features.
Apple has posted over 200 videos from this year's Worldwide Developers Conference.
Configured correctly, Parental Controls are remarkably effective. But you may want to do more. Your next steps depend on how strict you want to be and how much you trust your children. Beyond talking to them, there are several ways to allow them access to the online world while retaining some control.
Third Street has added an undergraduate edition of Sente to its product line-up for students that need a lower-cost option.
The Mac is a great for kids: It's an art and movie studio, a killer jukebox, and a sophisticated communications device all in one. In the first of a two-part series, Christopher Breen explains how to make sure all that power is safe in younger hands.
Fretlight's Lesson Player software is now available for the Mac.
A new Web site is offering video tutorials to help users of Adobe Creative Suite 4 get the most out of the applications.