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Faced with growing competition from new video-centric rivals, Dropbox on Thursday unveiled a revamped iOS app that lets users automatically upload their photos and videos to the company’s cloud-based storage service.
The new iTunes update, released Monday, adds support for iOS 6 beta and fixes several bugs.
In addition to patching seven critical vulnerabilities in Flash Player, Adobe also also released the "silent update" tool for OS X, and said it had prepped Flash for Mountain Lion by signing its code, a requirement if users are to install software downloaded from sources other than Apple's own Mac App Store.
Adobe released several security updates on Monday, addressing nine arbitrary code execution vulnerabilities that affect Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator CS5.
Microsoft Office for iPad may appear this fall, and a new dock-connector port might appear on iPhones and iPads some day, but you can download several of Steve Jobs's appearances right now.
QuarkXPress 9.3 lets users export content directly to the Amazon Kindle format.
Viddy, the app for sharing short video clips with your friends, scored a variety of updates this week: custom thumbnails, filter mix-and-matching, and faster video encoding.
Hey, it's a three-day weekend! Might we suggest you unwind with this recap of our biggest stories from the week gone by?
Previewed at last March's iPad event, Autodesk's SketchBook Ink has hit the App Store for all to test and play with. Being the naturally curious sketcher that I am, I took it for a quick spin.
Adobe Creative Suite experts Jay Nelson and Lesa Snider stop by to discuss the latest versions of Adobe's software for creative professionals -- specifically InDesign and Photoshop.
The team behind Perian, the plays-anything video component for QuickTime, will cease development for the plug-in after one final release.
Show off your digital artistry skills for a chance to win some great prizes from Scosche.
Adobe plans to patch security holes in Photoshop CS5, Illustrator CS5.5, and Flash CS5.5, reversing an earlier decision to require paid upgrades.