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Adobe's acquisition of creative professional social networking community uses established network to spread the Creative Cloud brand
Adobe used its Creative Live event to spotlight updates to a range of its creative products and services.
Our Macworld Doppler radar shows a lot of huge stories from the week gone by. It’s cloudy with a chance of MacBooks. Or more accurately, iPads and Mac minis. But MacBooks sounded better.
Google's released a brand new YouTube app for iPhone, so Lex Friedman and Dan Moren walk you through what the software brings.
Apple's removed the built-in YouTube app from iOS 6, so Google has released a standalone YouTube app for the iPhone and iPod touch just ahead of the OS update's likely release.
Congratulations on your e-book settlement--now just don't spend all of your refund in one online bookstore. Elsewhere, Tim Cook and Larry Page have a tete-a-tete and one fellow makes the most convincing fake Apple Store you've ever seen.
SketchBook Pro, the “artistic toolkit” application for desktop computers, relaunched Thursday with a new user interface and other new features.
Quark, which has historically catered to the creative pro designer community, has branched out to offer a free iPad app targeted to novice designers.
Adobe Systems has released fixes for six critical vulnerabilities affecting its Flash multimedia application and AIR runtime, five of which could allow for remote code execution on a system.
The smartphone apps created to promote the campaigns of President Obama and his Republican election rival Mitt Romney gather a slew of personal data about the folks who use them.
Adobe embarks on exclusive Creative Suite subscription offerings and begins offering CS7 features to Creative Cloud subscribers.
Adobe has followed through on its promise to add additional features to Creative Suite 6 for subscribers to its Creative Cloud apps-and-services bundle.
Apple's Podcasts app isn't a terrible app, but it's definitely in need of some work. Christopher Breen lays out what the company can do to improve the program.
Senior editor Tim Moynihan rounds up five popular apps for shooting, editing, and adding effects to video on your iPhone.
Apple will not include a native YouTube client in iOS 6. Google will instead provide an app via the App Store.