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Photoshop and Premiere Elements a get an upgrade with an added online subscription option.
Macworld has Introduced three additional newsletters, targeted at creative, business, and digital photography enthusiasts.
Photo software lets you view, browse, edit, and share your photo collection without manual syncing or storage.
Digital Anarchy has released 3D Invigorator 5.0 for Adobe Photoshop, which brings easy-to-use native 3D modelling and rendering tools into Photoshop.
Michael Dell and HP go head-to-head on the PC industry, Lenovo throws down the gauntlet in the tablet space, and it's The People vs. Apple on censorship.
The new Photovine app from Google embodies a photo-sharing concept somewhere between Color and Instagram.
Developer Rogue Sheep jumped into an increasingly crowded marketplace on Monday, unveiling its new Instaview app to let users view Instagram photos on their Mac desktops.
Adobe has published a series of tech notes on Creative Suite's compatibility issues with Apple's Lion.
Adobe has released a pared down version of its Photoshop Elements 9 photo editing software for the Mac App Store. Available immediately, the Mac App Store version of the application costs $80 and contains all the same editing tools as the full version.
Apple has released Aperture 3.1.3, which brings a number of improvements and fixes to Apple's professional level photography software.
Apple on Monday released minor updates to three of its iLife apps. In an unusual move, the updates appeared in the Mac App Store first
The photo sharing site 500px is new but already emerging as a great place for photographers to get exposure, check out other people’s work, and find inspiration. It also has a ton of social media integration.
With this fall's iOS 5 update, Apple plans to add some new camera and photo-editing features to the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. We take a closer look at these features and how useful they'll be for iPhone photographers.
Nik Software's Snapspeed has interfaces that are designed from the ground up to be gestural. These interfaces make Snapseed easier to use than any other iPad image editing app, and ultimately, allow you to make more effective edits.
Developers of Pixelmator say they'll soon launch a major upgrade to their desktop photo-editing app, a product that occupies the middle ground between Apple's free iPhoto software and the much-pricier Photoshop suite from Adobe.