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In a fast-paced event Tuesday, Apple unleashed a bunch of new products across its iPad and Mac product lines, along with updates to over 20 apps and (oh, yeah) a new version of OS X, too.
Long-awaited upgrades finally come to Apple's iLife collection of creative desktop and mobile applications.
With Cameo for iPhone you get two minutes to tell your story, and sometimes that's all you need.
Netflix users, start your update engines! A updated mobile app gives iOS 7 users HD streaming and AirPlay support.
RealNetworks jumps into the personal video sharing space. Yes, that RealNetworks.
You'd like to use a webcam that offers better video than the one built into your Mac yet you can't manipulate that camera in interesting ways. Chris Breen discusses two utilities that can bring greater flexibility to these cameras.
Apple's latest purchase is the Sweden-based AlgoTrim, which specializes in data compression of images and video for mobile platforms.
YouTube 2.0 makes searching and watching at the same time easier, and comes with a few welcome user-interface changes.
Did Apple buy a company because of *math*? And speaking of math, when it comes to the App Store, the house always wins. Finally, Beijing and Cupertino may have at long last come to an understanding.
Apple on Tuesday unveiled a sale on movie bundles in the iTunes Store. But at least one sale price was too good to be true.
Microsoft upgrades its Skype app to add HD video, while offering mobile users a chance to tap into its "live data" business intelligence app for Excel.
MixBit, an iPhone app from YouTube developers, has an inspired idea of crowdsourcing video. Who knows? It may just play.
iTunes is great at lots of things on its own. But here are several tools to make using it even better.
VLC, the multiplatform video player that was removed from the App Store for licensing conflicts, has returned with a new lease on life.