Whew! We made it through another April Fool's Day mostly unscathed. Anyone who was fooled by "news" that Apple was acquiring popular teardown service iFixit or other such silliness is probably relieved that the calendar has flipped to April 2, and with a new day comes another batch of news from the tech community. Read on to see what you might have missed yesterday!
The annual NAB show kicks off this weekend, and Adobe is using the opportunity to offer pro video users a peek behind the curtain into development of the next version of Premiere Pro, After Effects and other tools.
Final Cut Pro X will celebrate its first anniversary in June, and the app has grown considerably in nearly 10 months. Apple has announced more big features to come later this year, but the real question is: Will professional users stick around long enough to use them?
The annual National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) show is officially underway in Las Vegas, and pro editor Larry Jordan has hit the ground running by documenting an on-the-record pow-wow with Apple discussing the future of Final Cut Pro X.
Online storage service Dolly Drive is taking a jump into Mac-centric business products with the new Dock Station, a hardware and cloud-based backup, sync and storage solution being unveiled this weekend at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) trade show in Las Vegas.
The annual National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) convention kicks off in Las Vegas on April 16, but Adobe has already announced what will surely be one of the hottest items for video professionals in attendance: CS6 Production Premium.
Apple and Intel showed us the way to the future of I/O technology in late February with the debut of new MacBook Pros outfitted with a Thunderbolt (formerly Light Peak) port disguised as a mere mortal Mini DisplayPort. Now that the high-speed data port is a reality -- and likely headed for other Mac models in the near future -- who’s taking advantage of it and how?
Fans of Final Cut Pro clamouring to get more information about the next version of the popular video editing software, announced last night in Las Vega, rejoice! Despite Apple's request that no recordings be made of the event, recordings have been made! And they're on Youtube.