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  • News: Top 15 Media, Video & Audio utilities

    Your PC is an entertainment powerhouse, just waiting to be unleashed. Its talents include recording and playing music, supporting editing of audio and video files, and burning DVDs and CDs. Unfortunately, the software that came with your PC probably won't handle these tasks with maximum effectiveness. 9831 http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/news/index.cfm?newsid=9831&pn=2

  • News: Adobe adds free video-editing app to YouTube

    Adobe has released Adobe Premiere Express, a free, web-based video remix and editing technology that’s designed to be easy and fun to use. The online video-editing software is now available for users of YouTube and MTV.com.

  • News: Apple iPhone gets YouTube application

    Apple today announced that the Apple iPhone will support Google's YouTube internet video website when it ships on June 29. iPhone users will be able to wirelessly stream YouTube content to their iPhone over Wi-Fi or EDGE networks, using an Apple-designed application.

  • News: Apple settles GUI dispute with IP Innovation

    Apple has settled a patent dispute with IP Innovation, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Acacia Technologies.

  • News: Apple should open iPhone to Opera

    Opera Software's plans to beef up its browser so that Adobe Flash Player-like functionality will be intrinsic to the program are a move in the right direction. At present, web developers have no consistent way to deliver media-rich content to the unlimited variety of platforms and browsers used by surfers worldwide.

  • News: Five great tech gifts for Fathers Day

    First up, here's the reminder - tomorrow is Fathers Day. And you forgot, right? Fear not: PC Advisor has picked out five cool tech gifts for the dad who has it all, and you can order them all today. So fix in your mind all that excellent fathering he's done over the past 12 months, and select one of these cool gadgets…

  • News: Microsoft dumps Digital Image Suite

    Microsoft has discontinued a line of digital photo software, saying that the functions can now be found in Windows Vista and other Microsoft software.

  • News: Mobile phones to feature wafer-thin cameras

    Tessera Technologies has revealed new wafer-level camera technology that can be implemented into devices such as mobiles and PCs.

  • News: YouTube develops video ID technology

    YouTube is testing out video fingerprinting technology that it hopes will help prevent people posting content without the owner’s consent.

  • News: Yahoo's Flickr goes global

    Yahoo photo-sharing website Flickr will today launch flickr.com in seven additional languages. More than half of Flickr members use Yahoo's online photo-sharing site in non English-speaking regions, but up to now they had to use English to access the site.

  • News: Adobe Apollo beta released as AIR

    Adobe Systems has officially named its new Apollo runtime ‘Adobe AIR’ and will release a beta of the technology today along with a beta of the next version of the company's Flex development environment

  • News: EU ratifies mobile phone roaming legislation

    The EU's (European Union's) 27 governments today gave a final thumbs up to a proposed law that will slash the cost of using a mobile phone abroad. By the end of this month mobile phone operators have to offer mobile phone users a capped rate for making or receiving calls while outside their own countries.

  • News: HTC launches Windows Mobile iPhone challenger

    High Tech Computer today announced the HTC Touch. The HTC Touch is a Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.0 Professional OS device designed with one-touch screen features giving users instant access to emails, contacts and appointments. In other words, a Windows Mobile 6.0-based Apple iPhone killer. Story now updated with pictures of the HTC Touch

  • News: Apple & Google team on CS3 plug-in

    Adobe has teamed-up with Google to jointly announce a new plug-in for Photoshop CS3 Extended that links the software up with Google 3D Warehouse.

  • News: RealPlayer 11 enables easy video downloads

    RealNetworks have announced a new version of its RealPlayer media player software. Its makers claim RealPlayer 11 will be the first media player to offer one-click video downloads of embedded web-based content. The online player will also support rival formats Flash and QuickTime. The concept capitalises on the popularity of online video sites such as YouTube.

  • News: Apple TV links with YouTube

    Apple is bringing YouTube content to the living room with its Apple TV home-entertainment system. Beginning in mid-June, Apple TV will wirelessly stream videos directly from YouTube and play them on a user’s widescreen TV.

  • News: News Corp buys Photobucket

    After an ugly stand off last month, News Corp's MySpace and Photobucket will end up as part of the same company

  • News: Free Adobe Coldfusion 8 beta launched

    Adobe has released a public beta version of the ColdFusion 8 web development software. ColdFusion 8 is designed for developers building dynamic websites and internet applications, and the public beta is a feature-complete preview, according to the company.

  • News: Apple fixes QuickTime security bugs

    Apple posted a security update for its QuickTime media technology yesterday. The update fixes two issues found with the application that could allow an outsider to execute code and disclose sensitive information.

  • News: European first for Adobe Max conference

    Adobe announced that its MAX conference will be coming to Europe for the first time, with MAX 2007 taking place in Barcelona on 15 - 18 October.



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