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  • Video: Zynga unleashes new mobile game, "Dream Zoo"

    Zynga games has released a new mobile game in time for the holidays—Dream Zoo, the first game it’s designed with compressed mesh animation, which allows for a more options in a smaller storage space.

  • Skobbler unveils GPS Navigation 2 iPhone app

    Skobbler has unveiled GPS Navigation 2, a new satnav app for Apple iPhone owners.

  • Facebook iPad app launches

    Facebook today launches an app optimised for iPad, joining other social media websites such as Twitter, Flipboard, and Gowalla. Version 4 of Facebook for iOS is optimised for iPad as well as iPhone.

  • Norton 360 6 beta available to download for free

    Symantec today released the public beta of Norton 360 6.

  • Apple reveals iOS 5 launch date

    Apple tonight recapped some of the previously announced updates included in the upcoming iOS 5 operating system, and revealed that iOS 5 will be available on October 12.

  • Compro simplifies set up for IP cameras

    IP camera maker Compro has launched a techbnology it calls smartConnect, which it says 'literally eliminates' the networking setup required during installation of IP cameras. The company claims that the previously fiendishly difficult process of setting up an IP camera will now take only takes eight steps, and five minutes.

  • Wacom Cintiq 24HD graphics tablet offers fine art options

    Wacom has launched a new 1920x1200-pixel 24in graphics tablet aimed at illustrators and graphic designers. The £2000 Wacom Cintiq 24HD graphics tablet is a far cry from the rudimentary touch-sensitive screens found on tablet PCs

  • Abbyy FineReader 11 'easier to use, more powerful'

    Abbyy FineReader has long been the market leader in OCR (optical character recognition software. In layman's terms, it extracts the text from almost any image. FineReader 11 launched yesterday, and costs £99 for the full, Professional version, or £65 to upgrade.

  • Nero 11 multimedia software suite launched

    Nero has unveiled the latest verison of its multimedia software suite, Nero 11.

  • Serif PhotoPlus X5 photo editing software launched

    Serif has unveiled a new version of its photo editing suite, PhotoPlus X5, which features improvements to photo organisation and a host of new tools.

  • Corel Introduces VideoStudio Pro X4 Ultimate

    Corel have built on the award-winning VideoStudio Pro X4 and their new Ultimate package offers action-sports videographers, HD-SLR shooters and video editing enthusiasts an expanded set of tools and plug-ins to add a new level to their work.

  • Tech TV brings video news and reviews to your WebOS tablet

    Tech TV is a free download from the publisher of PC Advisor that's available exclusively for the HP TouchPad.

  • Photogram creates iPhone photo montages

    There must be a thousand ways you can send pictures from your iPhone to your friends and family, so I am always looking for new ways to do so. Hey, snapping a picture and uploading to Facebook is, well, so amateur.

  • Griffin Crayola Colour Studio iPad app

    Griffin has been demonstrating its soon-to-launch Crayola Colour Studio app and digital pen for the Apple iPad at an event in London. The £24.99 digitised colouring pen is one of several "app-powered" products that the Apple accessory maker is set to launch. The Griffin app is free, while the battery-powered pen with which it works will be available from the end of the month from the Apple Store.

  • Ubuntu One Files for Android lets you access photos anywhere

    Use Ubuntu One Files for Android to back up and share photos from your smartphone, and view images stored on your PC.

  • Wacom releases Bamboo Paper sketching app

    Get your sketching fingers and styluses ready. Wacom—creator of the Bamboo Stylus, and famous for its line of pressure-sensitive tablets—has introduced its very first app for the iPad, Bamboo Paper.

  • Serif WebPlus X5 website design software

    Serif has unveiled WebPlus X5 , the latest version of its website design tool that ensures users don't need HTML knowledge to create and publish a website.

  • Video: Video review: The Daily iPad app

    We look at Rupert Murdoch's iPad-only newspaper

  • nio Bluetooth tagging system

    TenBu Technologies has unveiled a new version of nio – a Bluetooth-based tagging system that is used in tandem with a smartphone to help ensure you don't lose track of your possessions.

  • Video: Smartphone operating systems: iOS 4 vs Android

    PC World US evaluates Apple's new iPhone OS



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