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At its iPad 2 announcement event, Apple has announced the release of a port of its iMovie and GarageBand applications to the iPad. Featuring brand new interfaces optimised for a larger screen, the new versions...
Today during Apple's live streaming event, they announced the brand new iLife 11, with improved features from last year. iPhoto 11 The new iPhoto 11 gives you an easy to use layout for all of your...
Cloud Computing seems to be one of the new technology that created much hype last year(2008) and we saw Amazon, Google and Microsoft entering into the Cloud. There are usually two categories in the...
Macnews.de is reporting that iTunes copyright protection can be removed by using iMovie. "Apple's iMovie can be used to strip the FairPlay digital rights management protection (DRM) on iTunes songs, according to...