One magazine company is using iOS 7's iBeacons to alert nearby users about Newsstand versions of publications, and potentially even letting local businesses give access to their customers.
QuarkXPress 10 marks a major overhaul of the cross-media publishing package. We talk to Quark's Gavin Drake about what's new with this update.
Quark launches a state-of-the-art QuarkXPress to push the app into the Cocoa era.
After June 30, Quark will only support upgrading from one previous version of QuarkXPress to the current version.
Quark is getting ready to release version 10 of its pioneering desktop publishing program. Meantime, the company is offering a deal on the year-old version 9.
InDesign and Illustrator—part of Adobe's original Creative Suite—will receive a series of upgrades, including a dark interface, support for Mac Retina displays, and signature Creative Cloud features like Sync Fonts, Sync Colors, and Sync Settings.
Here's a video highlight from our panel discussion of alternative publishing at the recent Macworld/iWorld conference.
Do you miss iWeb, Apple's web-publishing service that was discontinued last year? The guys at Rage Software say they're preparing a replacement.
The iTunes Store gives you a list of the best of 2012 and now lets you give your friends apps from your iOS devices. Elsewhere, News Corp gives The Daily's staff the option to dance for their pink slips and an untrustworthy source gives us some spurious rumors about the next iPad mini.
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