Popular Development Tools Articles for 2012
Microsoft is previewing the first home edition of its Office 365 online suite. Is Home Premium for you, or should you buy Office 13 instead? Read the full review.
Attackers in 2012 will range from criminals to "hacktivists," governments, and employees. Here are five top security threats that emerged from the RSA Conference.
You've probably used PDF readers, but you might not know as much about PDF creation tools, which let you do much more. Here's a roundup of five product choices.
For PC users wanting alternatives to MS Office, Corel has unveiled a new edition of WordPerfect Office which adds an Android OS app, plus eBook publishing.
Muvee Reveal X is touted as letting just about PC user quickly produce polished videos. Yet how well does the software meet these claims? Read the full review.
Microsoft is playing up Win8 PC/tablet "interoperability," while barely acknowledging differences sure to arise in various versions of the OS. What do analysts say?
Capped by a now downloadable "cumulative update," Microsoft and its app software partners are making new tweaks and fixes to Win8, as the Oct. 26 launch date nears.
The next release of Mac OS X might not include Apple's Siri voice assistant, but a preview by Apple reveals that OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion will adopt lots of[...]
Even without rumored "new iPads" anywhere in sight, Macworld/iWorld 2012 officially opened its doors on Thursday to a public obviously content to be there.
Corel has unveiled VideoStudio Pro X5, a $49.99 video editing package aimed at speeding performance while adding HTML 5 authoring and lots of other features.
Will a new group spur better software applications for end users? The ADA will promote innovation among developers, from music apps to PC business applications.