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AutoCAD returns to the Mac, mobile app offered

Autodesk is bringing its popular engineering program back to the Mac after long absence and is launching mobile versions for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch.

By August 31, 2010


Correction: MakerBot at SXSW 2013

The name of the company MakerBot will be teaming with is AutoDesk. AutoCAD is one of AutoDesk's products.

Read the updated story here.

By March 9, 2013


AutoCAD LT 2002

AutoCAD LT is perfect for draftspeople, engineers, and technical illustrators who don't have to work in 3D. For 3D work, you'll need AutoCAD 2002.

By June 18, 2002

4.5 stars Editors' rating June 18, 2002

MSRP: $725.00


A new test case of the DMCA--this time over an eBay auction

Timothy Vernor and his girlfriend wanted to auction off copies of AutoCAD they bought second-hand. That has led to a prolonged court dispute about the limits of copyright protection.

By May 21, 2008


AutoCAD update released

By March 17, 2003


AutoCAD revamp aims to cut out paper

Software maker Autodesk is set to launch an update to its flagship drafting application that is designed to make it easier for owners to use digital documents instead of paper.

By March 2, 2003


Autodesk redraws drafting software

The software maker emphasizes collaboration and organization in an update to its AutoCAD applications for architectural drafting.

By February 17, 2004


Autodesk updates sketching software

Autodesk announced Tuesday the release of a new version of Architectural Studio, the company's new sketching and collaboration software for architects. Architectural Studio enables architects to produce and share sketches of projects that can later be converted into finished drawings using the company's AutoCAD drafting software. Architectural Studio 2 includes expanded tools for creating more detailed sketches and 3D models, and performance enhancements that make the software run faster. The software is available on a subscription basis from Autodesk.

By June 18, 2002


Autodesk extends subscription program

Design and drafting software leader Autodesk announced Tuesday that it is expanding its subscription software program to Europe. Under the program, businesses pay an annual fee to access applications such as AutoCAD via Autodesk's Point A Web site rather than buying licenses and installing software on individual PCs. Autodesk launched the program in North America last August. Major software makers such as Microsoft and Oracle have been pushing subscription plans. The format benefits software companies with steadier revenue and piracy protection, while customers save on maintenance and support.

By February 5, 2002


Commentary: Will success spoil Autodesk?

The success of the AutoCAD maker, a solid, mainstream performer, continues to challenge its prospects for faster growth in the future.

August 23, 2001