Adobe has launched Photoshop Lightroom 4 for digital photographers using either a Mac or Windows-based computer.
Apple has reached a landmark figure of 25 billion downloads in its App Store and is offering a prize of a $10,000 iTunes gift card to one lucky user to celebrate.
Microsoft has released a consumer preview of Windows 8, the next version of its popular operating system, giving people a sneak peek at what is to come and letting them help iron out any kinks before its expected release later this year.
Adobe has launched Photoshop Touch for the iPad 2, offering the core features of its popular Photoship image editing software, along with custom-built creative and sharing capabilities just for tablet computers.
Idea Fabrik, the company behind the Hero Engine, has revealed a massive surge in developers expressing interest in using its platform after the success of Star Wars: The Old Republic and other massively multiplayer online (MMO) games.
Google has released an update to its Google Docs for Android app, which adds a collaboration feature and several improvements to the interface and formatting.
Prima Games has released an interactive map app for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim on the iPad and iPhone.
Are you one of the "many" VLC Media Player fans out there? – You may like to know that the VideoLAN team have just released the final version 2.0 build of this terrific open source media player for all to download.
Hackers who stole blueprints for Symantec's security and anti-malware software tried to extort a $50,000 ransom from the company, but the security firm refused to pay up.
What looks to be quite a significant update for Skype has just been made available, which most notably brings with it Full HD video-calling support, Facebook integration and Group Screen Sharing features.
2011 was a record year for malware creation, with 26 million new samples detected by security software firm Panda Labs.
Intel has agreed to buy a large number of patents and video codec software from RealNetworks, the company behind RealPlayer, for $120 million.
Syamantec is warning customers to disable its pcAnywhere remote access software due to exposed vulnerabilities in it after hackers stole the source code.
Microsoft named Andrey Sabelnikov, a former employee of an anti-virus software firm, as a suspect behind the Kelihos botnet, which was responsible for a large proportion of the world's spam emails.
Intel is teaming up with retailers like HSN, Kraft Foods and Macy's to offer an enhanced shopping experience through digital signage.
In addition to its XLR8 software, LucidLogix also announced VGWare or Virtual Graphics Ware which is a cloud graphics software according to the company that will allow for cloud gaming and remote graphics rendering. Beyond enabling remote gaming on just about any device away from your desktop PC it's also targeting any other application that
Chip giant Intel is working on a method to help renowned physicist Stephen Hawking continue to communicate, a project which could change the lives of many people.
Microsoft has signed up to US and EU cloud standards with its Office 365 software suite, making it one of a small handful of companies that meet data protection and security requirements for cloud computing in both regions.
During the Google Music launch event, Jamie Rosenberg, Director of Digital Content for Android introduced an impressive statistic. We have all heard the figure of 550.000 activated devices daily, but did you knew that in only five months, 100 million people activated their Android devices?
Adobe's long stand for Flash's viability comes to a conclusion when they announced the end of their efforts for developing Flash for mobile devices. Apple iOS supporters get their victory following the fulfilment of Steve's opinion in April 2010, but is this victory just for Apple fans?