Adobe Photoshop Touch 1.4 has just launched. The new version of this image editing software has been optimized for smaller tablets, including the iPad Mini and Google Nexus 7. In addition, it now supports three pressure-sensitive styli.
There's good news and bad news for those who want a version of Microsoft Office for their smartphone or tablet: the apps are reportedly going to be free, but very limited. Real functionality will require paying a monthly subscription fee.
The new Evernote for Windows 8 is a cloud-enabled note-taking and doc storage app expressly designed for Windows 8 and RT PCs and tablets. Read the full review on NotebookReview
As an addition or an alternative to Microsoft SkyDrive, SugarSync has released a file sharing, syncing and storage app specifically tailored to Windows 8 and RT. NotebookReview, our sister site, has all the details.
Among the plethora of announcements made today at Apple's Event, the tech company revealed that its offering a free update for iBooks. iBooks 3.0 will offer increased language support, social connectivity, and offer greater ease to readers with the continuous scrolling option.
With the holiday season right around the corner, it looks like Google is making it easier for Google Play Store users to keep track of the items they've been yearning for by creating a wish list within the store that allows users to bookmark their favorites for another time.
PhotoForge2 will bring a whole new level of image editing to your iPad, whether you're a beginner or a professional photographer. Read the full review.
The recently-released Air Show app, which allows users to share and edit photos from their iPad or iPhone on their HDTVs, has been updated to allow the addition of music and color captions.
In an attempt to get third-party developers working on apps for Android tablets, Google has released a checklist to help them create software for devices with larger screens, and is sharing stories on companies that have been successful at it.
Bad Piggies flips sides on its predecessor, Angry Birds, by letting players guide the pigs through obstacles via makeshift vehicles. Sound fun? Find out in this review.
Verizon Wireless and Coinstar's Redbox have shed some light on their joint video service venture, known as Redbox Instant, promising to offer subscription streaming, movie sales, and rentals, as well as DVDs from local kiosks.
How will mobile and such trends as free-to-play impact the video game industry? We take a look at critical aspects in play in our gaming Special Report.
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