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  • Meet Studio, The App That Launched A Million Designers And Counting

    Meet Studio, The App That Launched A Million Designers And Counting

    There's no doubt that photo-sharing is hot, but among the hundreds of services out there tackling the space, there hasn't been an app that has made a splash in photo-sharing in this post-Instagram world. Until Studio. In one month on the App Store, Studio has hit 1 million downloads with over 1.3 million designs published and 1.9 million social shares generated. But what does Studio do? Read More

  • Inflatable Photo Studio Sets Up In Minutes, Is a Firetrap

    Inflatable Photo Studio Sets Up In Minutes, Is a Firetrap

    Our buddy Charlie found this great Inflatable Photo Studio designed for photographers who want to, for some reason, have a controlled environment outside. It’s basically one of those big bouncy castles without the bouncy part. Before you get too excited, however, remember this thing could kill you. From the fine print: It is not recommended that you smoke, cook or have any open flames in the… Read More

  • Don't buy Lord Of The Rings on Blu-ray (yet)

    Don't buy Lord Of The Rings on Blu-ray (yet)

    So Lord of the Rings (hereafter called LOTR) is coming out on Blu-ray tomorrow. Cool, having it in HD will nice. Better sound and maybe better picture. But you shouldn't buy the version that comes out tomorrow, because you won't be happy. Read More

  • Apple fixes up Logic Studio to make me sound less like a tone-deaf yodeler

    Apple fixes up Logic Studio to make me sound less like a tone-deaf yodeler

    I've never really used Apple's high-end audio or video software - I've tried Logic Express and found it to be a little too overwhelming - but there are plenty of folks out there who will be lining up for the new version that just dropped. It costs $499 and includes a number of cool features that have piqued my interest. CNET has a nice rundown of the new version. It will include an Amp Designer… Read More

  • Dell releases snazzy Studio Desktop towers

    Dell releases snazzy Studio Desktop towers

    The latest in Dell’s Studio Desktop lineup sheds the trendy digs of the Studio Hybrid for a more conventional tower look. These ‘puters are aiming for the entertainment crowd with optional Blu-ray drives, TV Tuners and HDMI-outs. The choice┬áis yours between the mini and mid-size tower as it seems they can both be configured with the same options. Prices start out at $549 and as usual… Read More