While Apple's built-in Camera app continues to improve, we can't help but feel it's far behind the innovative pace of third-party solutions -- and one such app has just received a very big iOS 7-style facelift.
Although the average Jane or Joe rarely needs to snap a shot of their computer screen, for bloggers, website creators and developers, it's a godsend -- which is probably why the folks at Dropbox have made saving them automatic.
Amazon isn't the only company releasing new hardware today: Roku has just refreshed its existing streaming boxes with new capabilities, while favoring a little-known content store for movie and TV show purchases and rentals.
Summer vacations are over, and now it's time to get down to work turning all of those digital photos and videos into something cool. Thankfully, the latest versions of Adobe's consumer-centric Elements software have arrived just in time.
BlackBerry wasn't the only company yanking software over the weekend: The Apple TV 6.0 update released last Friday was apparently causing bricked devices, but it's back now and… well, same as ever, aside from the bricking.
We don't know about you, but yesterday's iOS 7 launch wasn't exactly the smoothest, and the App Store is still having problems dishing out updates to our favorite apps -- so here is a heads up on a few that you might have missed out on.
It's not in the App Store quite yet, but the latest major release of "read later" app Instapaper is queued up and ready to go alongside the release of iOS 7 this week, and here's a peek at what to expect.
If you met the recent launch of Parallels Desktop 9 for Mac with a shrug, that's probably because you're a faithful VMware Fusion user waiting for the arrival of the latest version, in which case your patience has been rewarded.
There's still no official native iPad version, but the folks at Yahoo! today unveiled a significant update to the Flickr iPhone app, which takes direct aim at Instagram with tons of new filters and gives away pro editing features.
Everyone likes being part of an exclusive club, and if you happen to own Parallels Desktop for Mac, today is the day you've been waiting for -- version 9 is now available as a paid upgrade ahead of the public release next week.