Apple’s newest edition of Final Cut Pro polishes an already mature,
dominant video editor. That’s good news, since every Final Cut user
will find clever, thoughtful refinements in version 7 that make life
easier. But the focus on smaller tweaks has one drawback: it’s kept
Apple from some fundamental infrastructure work that’s also needed.
After taking some of Microsoft's money, Eolas is once again going to court over patent infringement issues. Apple and 22 other companies are now the target of a new patent infringement suit over the use of browser-embedded interactive Web content.
Adobe announced that Flash Professional CS5 will allow developers to create native iPhone apps and we discuss the pros and cons of the announcement and ready ourselves for the upcoming swarm of Flash games converted to iPhone games in the App Store.
A Google ad sets the rumor world ablaze with speculation. Macs gain a few percentage points in the American home and we invite you to join our DonorsChoose '09 Challenge.
Earlier this week, at the IDF conference, Intel unveiled their revolutionary Light Peak optical connector, which promised a 10Gbps data throughput. In comparison, the maximum speed of USB 3.0, the successor to what we know as the the standard for data transfer, is 4.8Gpbs.