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If you've been itching to try out Instagram on Android, now here's your chance to sign up for a pre-launch copy before the popular photo-sharing app hits Google Play (formerly known as Android Market).
Adobe Systems has announced that the beta version of Adobe Photoshop CS6 can now be downloaded for free on the Adobe website, providing you have an existing Adobe ID.
SCCP Payment Services has launched Swiff, a mobile payment platform that accepts credit/debit card payments from customers on-the-go, today in Singapore. The platform works through the use of a multi-authenticated plug-in device and app, of which currently runs on iPhone, Android and BlackBerry devices.
Symantec will now include a cross-platform mobile application protection solution to help IT organizations protect and isolate corporate data and applications across both corporate owned and personally owned devices.
OMGPOP, the developer of the wildly popular game Draw Something has just been acquired by Zynga to the tune of $200 million.
Sources say that the PCs and tablets running on the OS will go on sale around October and these devices in the initial rollout will include INTC and ARM chips.
Comixology has updated its Comics iPad app and introduced CMX-HD support for Retina-optimized comics, The Verge reports.
As promised during Mobile World Congress 2012, Nokia has pushed a series of updates for its Nokia Maps, Drive and Transport apps to its Lumia range of Windows Phone.
According to research done by Purdue University on Android and Windows Phone handsets, free mobile apps were found to consume more battery than paid apps.
With the introduction of screen recording and HTML5 authoring capabilities, VideoStudio Pro X5 offers a string of features including (but not limited to) importing of multi-layer graphics, Canon DSLR support for Stop Motion, and a new and enhanced Corel Guide. Also announced is the VideoStudio Pro X5 Ultimate.