Newly updated with Mountain Lion support and other improvements, this well-respected Photoshop clone previously sold for $59.
The recent Trojan horse called DevilRobber has been found updated and disguised as a fake version of PixelMator.
Apple used newly developed photo- and video-editing software to help showcase the power of the new iPad Air 2's A8X chip.
Companies like Corel, Xara, Nitro, Nuance, and Pixelmator are taking advantage of customers' displeasure with Adobe's shift from selling Creative Suite perpetual licenses to Creative Cloud subscriptions.
When it comes to a full Internet security suite for OS X, one of the more-robust options out there is Intego's Internet Security Barrier X6.
CNET to the Rescue is going on hiatus, but before we go, we tackle Quicken's lack of love for Lion, how to deal with multiple Google accounts, how not to drop your earbuds, and more.
Apple picks the winners of its annual Design Awards program. The recipients run the gamut from games to apps that help you perfect your golf game.
CNET is on the scene at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco, where Apple has already unveiled iCloud, iOS 5, and some features of the new Lion Mac OS update.
The DOJ is sniffing around again on the topic of mandatory data retention for ISPs: our advice? If this is their canary in the coal mine, kill the canary. Not cool. Also, will the Facebook phone be huge? I say yes, Tong is skeptical. Android developer interest is nearly equal to their interest in iOS, plenty of Android tablet news, and I give the Sony Dash the full Touch My Body. --Molly
On the CNET to the Rescue (formerly Real Deal) podcast, co-hosts Josh Lowensohn and Rafe Needleman try to solve the Mystery of the Palm Pre that Wouldn't Speak and answer questions about Macs.