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Adobe launches some new mobile apps and its first hardware, plus a new software development kit that it hopes will bring in third-party supporters.
Watch out, Pixar! This week's prize, a copy of Anime Studio Debut 10 from Smith Micro, could breed the next great animators.
HTC’s latest flagship device is full of new features and capabilities. We walk you through how to make use of the best of them.
Square Enix has quietly launched a ported version of the original 1996 Tomb Raider on the iTunes app store, with support for third-party controllers.
Spice up your Halloween decorations with scary props and sound effects. CNET's Donald Bell shows you how to connect and operate an interactive talking skull.
With "Brave," the hit-making studio broke new ground in the way it animated flowing hair, fur, clothing, and water. And it invented new software to make it all happen.
A promotional video for the upcoming Xbox One game has been created with a giant zoetrope, filmed by a McLaren MP4 12C at 200 kilometres per hour.
CNET's Marguerite Reardon helps a reader decide if the Google Play Edition of the Samsung Galaxy S4 or the HTC One is right for him. And she offers some advice about turning any Android phone into a "pure" Google phone.
Creative Cloud subscriptions jumped by 221,000 to reach 700,000 in Adobe's most recent quarter. In an exclusive interview, Adobe Chief Shantanu Narayen says that is evidence Adobe is "well on our way to a very successful transition."
While haters are hating Adobe's shift to subscription-only software, a price comparison shows plenty of customers won't be gouged by the Cloud.