It's been a busy weekend for tech news, with rumors of a new AT&T prepaid service on the way, Facebook retaliating against Path's API access for reasons unknown and Google Glass rumored to soon gain an iPhone app. If you were too busy out and about for the last couple days, feel free to kick back and soak in all the news in bite-sized morsels as part of our Monday morning recap.
iMovie costs a few bucks, but fortunately there's a free option. Pinnacle Studio lets you edit movies and incorporate video, audio, and photos you've taken with your iOS device. Arrange your clips in Storyboard mode, make precise edits, and add fancy clip transitions to make your movie more dynamic. You can also add music and incorporate external media via the iPad Camera Connection Kid. When you're finished, Pinnacle exports videos into 1080p format so that you can blow 'em up on the big screen--just like a real movie.
Hot on the heels of Corel announcing its acquisition of Avid's consumer product division in July, the company has wasted no time in debuting one of the fruits of that labor with the free Pinnacle Studio 2.0 video editing app for iPad.