Category archives for: Software

Adobe Fonts Come To iOS And iPadOS Via The Creative Cloud App

Adobe today announced its Creative Cloud app is bringing thousands of new fonts to iOS and iPadOS. Now users can download the app to get access to 1,300 free fonts, and Creative Cloud subscribers will get access to 17,000 fonts. The fonts can be used on iOS 13.1 and iPadOS 13.1 apps that support custom […]

Photoshop For iPad Will Debut By Year’s End – Many Key Features Will Be AWOL

Adobe this week has announced the Photoshop for iPad is still going to be released by the end of the year. Sadly in order to meet the deadline, Adobe will have to drop some key features from the initial release, Bloomberg reports. Until now, there hasn’t been any official update on the software’s launch since […]

Avid Releases A Video About The Media Composer Mac Pro Lock Out

Here’s the latest update to the Avid user community from CEO Jeff Rosica and CPO Dana Ruzicka with some helpful advice for users running Media Composer on Mac Pro. Late yesterday social media started to buzz about a possible computer virus attack user on Avid’s Media Composer and Mac Pros.  As of now it looks […]

Gwent For iPhone And iPad Has A Release Date

The official release of the Gwent card game on mobile devices is inching closer for iOS users, as CD Projekt Red announced that the game will launch on Apple devices on October 29 of this year. Android users will unfortunately be waiting until at least 2020. Gwent is a free-to-play digital collectible card game (CCG) that […]

Google Chrome Adds “Send to Your Devices” Feature

The Google Chrome web browser now lets you send the web page you’re on at the moment to another one of your devices, so you can finish on your phone an article you started reading at your desk, for example, or vice-versa. The feature debuted in version 77, which just became available for all platforms. […]

Apple’s Game Subscription Service Comes In At $5/Month For The Whole Family

Apple Arcade, the company’s game subscription service, will launch next week, on September 19th. It will cost $4.99 per month. One subscription will cover a whole family, and the company will offer a one month free trial. 100 exclusive games will be available “in the coming weeks”, with more added over time. The games run […]

Linux 5.3 Will Fix Crackling Audio Ryzen PCs

Good news Linux and AMD Fans, Phoronix has reported that Linux 5.3 will finally address issues with audio input on systems with AMD processors. the fix coming in Linux 5.3 is also marked for back-porting to existing kernel stable series is a fix to address distorted and crackling analog audio input that has affected AMD […]

Facebook Hit With $5 Billion Fine Over Privacy Leaks

  Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has levied a record $5 billion fine on Facebook has as part of a settlement over the Cambridge Analytica  scandal. The social network will also be required to establish an independent privacy committee that CEO Mark Zuckerberg will have no control over. The deal comes amid growing calls in Washington for […]

Apple Ships To Devs iOS 13 Beta 3, iPadOS Beta 3, watchOS 6 Beta 3

iOS 13 beta 3 is now available for registered developers. An update for iPadOS is also available. If you’ve registered with Apple as a dev, you can download the update over the air by going into Settings > General > Software Update on your iOS device, or you can point your computer’s browser to the […]

Mozilla’s Firefox Keeps The Fox During Rebranding

Firefox has been doing some rebranding, and the new logo above  represents the parent brand of Firefox, everything. The Firefox Team did receive a lot of backfire from the community during this 18 month rebrand process when it leaked the team wanted to kill off the fox. . In the end, the browser still sports […]

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