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  • News: Cisco to shutter Flip camera business

    Cisco reportedly plans to shutter its Flip videocam business in a restructuring of its consumer operations following a disappointing string of quarters.

  • News: Despite new Flash Builder, still no Flash for iPhone, iPad

    Adobe's coming updates to its Flash Builder and Flex cross-platform software development tools, announced Monday, don't do anything to address the exclusion of the Flash Player from Apple's iOS products.

  • News: AirPlay hack allows streaming to any computer

    An enterprising developer has found a way to emulate Apple's AirPlay protocol and extend its functionality to allow streaming of audio to any computer without the need for special equipment.

  • News: Verizon Bets on Video Streaming with Digital Media Services

    Verizon on Monday announced a new service that would allow media companies to deliver video streams less expensively to smartphones, tablets, and Internet-connected TVs. Some of the initial customers of Verizon's Digital Media Services to offer live and on-demand video are Turner Broadcasting, Hearst Magazines, and The Associated Press.

  • News: Photoshop for Rent at $35 per Month and Up

    Adobe will start renting Photoshop and other of its flagship products from $35 per month on a subscription basis, the company on Monday announced. The applications will be part of Adobe's new Creative Suite 5.5 (CS5.5), which is set to arrive in the next 30 days, the company says.

  • News: Adobe launches Subscription Editions for Creative Suite 5.5

    While Adobe software engineers were hard at work pushing out brand new mid-cycle upgrades of Creative Suite applications, the business department was trying to figure out a way to make purchasing those professional applications more flexible and affordable for its target audience of artists and designers.

  • News: Photoshop Touch SDK performs new tricks for iPad apps

    With the launch of Adobe's Creative Suite 5.5 upgrade--the debut of a mid-cycle release schedule of its design and development software for creative pros--comes a new twist to Photoshop. Adobe has introduced the Photoshop Touch Software Development Kit (SDK), which will allow developers to create mobile and tablet applications that interact with its flagship image editor over a Wi-Fi connection.

  • News: First look: Adobe Color Lava, Adobe Eazel, and Adobe Nav

    Feel like playing with your iPad and getting creative in Photoshop? You’re in luck! Adobe has announced a free update to Photoshop CS5 that includes the Photoshop Touch Software Development Kit (SDK), a new scripting engine that lets developers create tablet applications that interact with Photoshop.

  • News: Videos We All Love to Hate on YouTube

    Everyone has a favorite online video or a few perennial favorites that they enjoy watching over and over again, but isn't it almost as much fun to hate one? The music video by that band you detest, the comedy skit that isn't funny, and if somebody sends you that awful viral video one more time...

  • News: Adobe shows off new Warp Stabilizer filter for After Effects

    Adobe has given a sneak peek at a new motion stabilsation effect that will likely appear in the next version of After Effects. The filter was revealed in a video on Adobe's website by After Effects product manager Steve Forde.

  • News: Adobe reveals digital edition-creation tools in InDesign

    Adobe has revealed tools for creating interactive elements directly inside InDesign that will most likely appear in the next version of the DTP application.

  • News: Apple to announce Final Cut Pro on 12 April

    Apple will reportedly 'take over' the FCP User Group SuperMeet in Las Vegas next week in order to announce the new version of Final Cut Pro.

  • News: Nokia Drop sends images from PCs to phones

    Nokia Beta Labs has released Drop, an application that allows users to send images and links from a browser to a Symbian smartphone, according to a Tuesday blog post.

  • News: Light painting with a MacBook Pro and a cadaver

    Painting with light is a favorite low-tech project of DSLR owners. You put the camera on a tripod in a dark setting, set the shutter speed to an extra long exposure, and create designs with a flashlight or other focused light source.

  • News: Apple iPhone 5 'will have 8Mp camera'

    Howard Stringer, the Sony CEO, has sparked speculation that the iPhone 5 will have an 8-megapixel (8Mp) camera after making some unguarded comments in an interview.

  • News: Asus Eee Pad Transformer undercuts iPad 2

    Asus has announced UK shipping dates for its first two tablet PCs. The 16GB Google Android Honeycomb-based Asus Eee Pad Transformer will cost from £379 - £20 cheaper than the asking price for the 16GB Apple iPad 2.

  • News: Motorola confirms Xoom Android tablet onsale in UK next week

    Motorola has just confirmed to PC Advisor that it will start selling the 10.1in Xoom Android Honeycomb-based tablet in the UK from next week. Motorola is the launch partner for the Google Android Honeycomb platform – the first version the Google Android operating system written specifically for tablet devices.

  • News: Google buys Irish video-enhancing firm

    Google has acquired an Irish company for technology that will allow YouTube to automatically improve the quality of videos stored on the site.

  • News: In pictures: Intel's 'Remastered' exhibition

    Intel yesterday opened in London what it calls 'a unique exhibition that explores the relationship between art and technology'.

  • News: The iPads most impressive new feature: iMovie

    The Apple iPad 2 is a lovely 8.8mm silver of consumer gadgetry. It's also an incredible video-editing powerhouse.



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