Don't-Miss Graphics & design software Stories
Apple published a lengthy document on its website, answering many common questions regarding Final Cut Pro X.
Apple may be paying back folks for Final Cut Pro X, Sprint is willing to go to any lengths to stop a devastating merger, and, most importantly, the Angry Robots movie continues to gain steam.
In case you missed a few, here are Macworld's biggest stories from the week gone by.
Apple's taking its intellectual property case to Samsung's front door, taking HP to the cleaners, and taking its licks from professional video editors and comedians alike.
On the same day it debuted Final Cut Pro X, Motion 5, and Compressor 4 to the public, Apple separately released free add-on downloads for those programs.
With the release of the hotly anticipated Final Cut Pro X video editing app, Apple has broken new ground in interface and infrastructure, redefining the whole concept of what it means to be a working professional video editor. Gary Adcock takes us through the major features of Apple's brand new non-linear video editor.
Apple launches Final Cut Pro X and companion apps Motion 5 and Compressor 4 on the App Store.
Hackers are aggressively exploiting a just-patched Flash vulnerability "on a fairly large scale," according to a Shadowserver Foundation researcher.
Tech's big hitters debate whether HTML5 is the future and ask if developers should build websites or apps.
Wacom, creator of the Bamboo Stylus, has introduced Bamboo Paper, its first app for the iPad.
For the second time in nine days, Adobe patched a critical vulnerability in Flash Player that hackers were already exploiting.
Despite Apple's many reveals, the Web doesn't stop spinning: There're plenty of rumors about a new iPhone, unlocked iPhone 4s, and the death of iWeb. In other words, we're back--did you miss us?
New versions of Anime Studio promise to make creating animations easier.
Only days after Apple announced iWork for iPhone, Jumsoft has released its Inspiration Set for iOS app, which includes 55 iPhone compatible templates for Pages.
Though iCloud proper won't be out until the fall, users who want to try out Apple's new iTunes in the Cloud feature can do so by downloading the new iTunes 10.3. The iBookstore, too, has been added to iTunes as of Monday.