Adobe Elements 15 By Ko Maruyama We are outfitted with hardware that allows us to capture photos and video easier than ever before. As a result, we're gathering more visual everywhere we go. Adobe Elements 15 makes sorting, editing, and sharing the favorites of our collections even better than before. ...Read More »
Hands-on with the iPhone 7: Should you upgrade or hold off? By IDG.TV Still on the fence about whether you should upgrade to the iPhone 7? Here's what you should know. ...Read More »
Pixel Squid: New Rubble By Ko Maruyama PixelSquid, a company built by the same creatives behind TurboSquid, offers amazingly easy ways to add 3D objects from an existing library to your Adobe Photoshop compositions. If you don't have Photoshop, there's an iOS app that allows you to add 3D objects on your iPhone! ...Read More »
Muzzle Flash and Smoke By Ko Maruyama Many compositors rely on stock media to complete their visual effects work. Having larger libraries offer potential for diverse types of VFX elements in a single project. Rampant Design has teamed up with FilmRiot and Triune to produce a new library for filmmakers ...Read More »
Tale of Design By Larry O Connor The relationship of Apple and Adobe has been strained at times especially in the areas of design and photography. Thru the years Rick Redfern has been involved in testing, using key products with Adobe pushing the products beyond their initial designed limits in applications that today seem commonplace and routine. It's an interesting tale of the creative evolution of the two firms. ...Read More »
Ensure The Public Wi-Fi You're On?Or Providing?Is Safe By Amy Beth Miller for America's Backbone Weekly Use these tips and tricks to ensure no one is stealing your, or your customers' precious data. ...Read More »
What happened to Apple Music in iOS 10? By IDG.TV Apple Music's redesign was supposed to make easier to use, but iOS 10 only makes Apples streaming service more complicated. ...Read More »
Did Pokemon Go bring AR to the iPhone? By IDG.TV Pokémon Go has made us spend more time in augmented reality than on Facebook. But we've been using our iPhones for AR for a while now. ...Read More »
What does iOS 10 reveal about the next iPhone? By IDG.TV The next iPhone may not be a drastic departure, but iOS 10 reveals how Apple is looking at the iPhone for generations to come. ...Read More »
Drawing on iPad Pro in OneNote vs. Evernote By IDG.TV The OneNote and Evernote note-taking apps are both useful, but one is thoughtfully designed for use with the iPad Pro and Apple's Pencil stylus, while the other ... isn't. ...Read More »
Can Apple block my iPhone camera? By IDG.TV Apple might be developing technology to remotely block your iPhone camera at concerts. But could this technology be used for evil purposes? ...Read More »
How iOS 10 will collect and use your data By IDG.TV Apple believes there shouldnt be a tradeoff between intelligent software and privacy. iOS 10 is the first to incorporate machine learning and artificial intelligence without sacrificing privacy. ...Read More »
Can I use my iPhone to shoot a print magazine? By IDG.TV The iPhone camera is certainly good enough for Instagram, but is it good enough for a magazine? Photographers at Bon Appétit found out the hard way. ...Read More »
Beholder Gimbal By Ko Maruyama ikan has looked at the most common cameras that photographers use and given us the Beholder Gimbal. The gimbal stabilizes the movement of your arms against the weight of your DSLR or mirrorless camera when you're shooting video. Not all cameras bodies and lenses have the same weight, so ikan has created a grid for photographers to create their own custom rig. Depending on what you shoot with, some lenses may not offer a perfect balance. The rig is small enough to take with you everywhere you want to shoot video with your DSLR. ...Read More »
Why iMessage in iOS 10 is too much and yet not enough By IDG.TV Bigger emoji, stickers, and cute effects do not make for a super-useful messaging experience. ...Read More »
WWDC recap show: The highs and lows of Apple's 2016 WWDC keynote By IDG.TV Apple unveiled major updates to all four of its operating systems: tvOS, macOS, iOS, and watchOS. Some of them are incredibly exciting, while others seem awfully familiar. Is Apple pushing software forward or playing catchup? ...Read More »
Apple just erased the boarders between its devices at WWDC By IDG.TV Siri is coming to the desktop, Apple Pay will work in Safari, and you can easily copy text and share it between your Mac and iPhone ? thats just some of the news Apples Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco Monday. ...Read More »
PCWorld Show Episode 19: Backpack PCs, Radeon RX 480, Intel Broadwell-E By IDG.TV Jon, Mark and Gordon talk about backpack PCs for VR, AMD's super-cheap GPU, and whether you might have to wait three years for that new iPhone. ...Read More »
Does the iPhone need a ?panic button? By IDG.TV A new ?panic mode for your iPhone might help keep your data more secure. And with the current legal decisions regarding Touch ID, this iOS feature is now vital. ...Read More »
What will Apples wireless EarPods be like? By IDG.TV Apple might be developing wireless EarPods for the iPhone 7. We tested Erato Audios Apollo 7 earphones and the Rowkin Mini to get a taste of what they might be like. ...Read More »
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