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If you've been skeptical over Apple's ground-up rewrite of Final Cut Pro, Tuesday's 10.0.1 update may well spur you to give the software another shot: The company has not only restored several much-needed features for professionals within the application, it's also offering non-linear editors a free 30-day trial and PDF booklet to help transition from Final Cut Studio.
Macworld has Introduced three additional newsletters, targeted at creative, business, and digital photography enthusiasts.
Microsoft will not support browser plug-ins, including Adobe's Flash, in one of the two versions of Internet Explorer to be bundled with Windows 8.
Adobe has released the latest version of Flash Media Server, which includes the ability to stream content to iOS devices. It may not be the end of the war, but it's a step towards peace.
Ambrosia Software on Friday released an iPad edition of Soundboard, its sound-effects utility for podcasters, broadcasters, and other live performers.
The iPhone has once again proved that consumers can get some satisfaction. Elsewhere, Google has scooped up a Yelp rival that's decidedly old school, and Apple's making new inroads into charity.
Lex Friedman and Dan Moren discuss the problem some iTunes users have reported where their gift card balances are being drained by unwanted purchases.
Adobe has announced that its Digital Publishing Suite will support the Newsstand feature in iOS.
In a somewhat surprising move from the folks in Cupertino, non-linear editors and filmmakers can once again purchase Apple's now-outdated Final Cut Studio through the company's telesales number.
App Studio's integrated toolset lets designers create branded apps for the iPad, distribute apps through Apple's App Store, and design and publish content for purchase and download from within the apps.
Apple on Wednesday released updates to fix issues in Lion with Boot Camp and with certain iMacs' graphics cards.
Autodesk on Wednesday launched Motion FX, a new video effects application that uses the face-tracking technology of OS X Lion to create exotic images using your computer's camera.
Muse transports the page-layout paradigm to the Web intact and offers features that make it an exciting new tool for creating sophisticated, interactive sites.
Evernote not only wants you to remember everything--the company wants you to have the option to annotate it, too. On Thursday, Evernote announced that it had acquired Mac image annotation software Skitch and its two co-founders, and eliminated its $20 price tag--the application is now free.