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Adobe updates and consolidates its print and Web oriented software into a single large bundle and augments its video package with brand new apps.
Flash is a problem for iDevices, which makes mobile access to a website problematic. Here's what smart shops are doing about it.
Extensis Suitcase Fusion 4 features an updated interface that’s designed to streamline workflows and save designers needless bouncing back and forth between applications.
Apple and Samsung are going to try talking it out; you may soon smell of eau d'Apple; and the iPhone will likely remain pleasing to the eyes.
The iPad drops into even more countries, the Apple II is firmly entrenched in middle age, and Final Cut Pro X hasn't given up the ghost yet.
The forecast for the next version of iTunes is cloudy; Apple's got stormy seas ahead in court; and Nokia and Microsoft could really use a ray of sunshine about now.
On Wednesday Apple released iTunes 10.6.1, an update that addresses several problems introduced in iTunes 10.6
This week's roundup apps brings you new and better ways to get in shape, watch TV, and battle alien pigs. Because in space, no one can hear you oink.
For the first time since Creative Suite 3, Adobe has released Photoshop as a free public beta.
Advances in content-aware technology, cropping, blurs, and Camera Raw are just some of the new features found in the newly released beta version of Photoshop CS6.
The DVD-streaming service Zediva announced late last year that it knew customers were owed refunds and that it was planning its next steps. Over the weekend, the company announced that those next steps, in fact, do not involve refunding customers.
Adobe has announced that its DPS publishing tool will be able to produce content at the 2048 by 1536 pixel resolution of the new iPad soon.
On Wednesday, Apple released iTunes 10.6 with support for 1080p movies and TV shows, as well as a host of improvements to iTunes Match.
An Apple event wouldn't be much fun without some software updates, and the company had them in spades on Wednesday: It showed off new features for GarageBand, iMovie, and the iWork productivity suite, all of which complement the newly-announced iPad.
Adobe issued patches on Monday for two critical vulnerabilities in its Flash player found by employees of Google's Security Team.