Inkling Habitat brings pro-level digital book creation to the cloud -- but will it dent Amazon?
Inkling Habitat brings pro-level digital book creation to the cloud -- but will it dent Amazon?
                                       

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Apple updates iBooks Author, Final Cut Pro, Compressor and Motion following iPad mini event

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Apple has updated several of its apps following the iPad mini event earlier today. These include the just announced new edition of iBooks Author as well as its video tools Final Cut Pro, Motion and Compressor. iBooks Author Create new gorgeous portrait-only books Embed custom fonts into books for complete...
Apple updates iBooks Author, Final Cut Pro, Compressor and Motion following iPad mini event

Mosaic for iPhone lets you build beautiful printed photo books in minutes for the life in-between

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Digitally ordered photo books are a notoriously hard nut to crack. Too many options or not enough options,  layout hassles and concerns about finish end up confusing potential customers and turning them off to the process. Despite the ability to print fairly high quality books and bind them having been...
Mosaic for iPhone lets you build beautiful printed photo books in minutes for the life in-between

Publishing platform Blurb releases updated ebook editor for adding audio and video to stories

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Blurb, the publishing platform, is releasing a new version of its ebook editor so that authors can add video and audio to create multi-dimensional stories for the iPad. “We have effectively turned digital storytelling on its head,” said Eileen Gittins, CEO and Founder, Blurb.co.uk. “You’ll get the familiar structure and narrative...
Publishing platform Blurb releases updated ebook editor for adding audio and video to stories

Former Yobongo team to launch mobile-first photobook service for Mixbook

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In March, social discovery app Yobongo announced that it was shutting down and joining photo book creation company Mixbook. Six months later, the team is ready to pull back the curtain (a little bit, at least) on what it’s been up to since the acquisition. On Friday, Mixbook is set...
Former Yobongo team to launch mobile-first photobook service for Mixbook

BiblioCrunch relaunches as an e-book services marketplace that helps publishers find talent

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BiblioCrunch‘s e-book services marketplace is now open to the public, the New York-based startup announced today, right on time for Book Expo America. According to its CEO Miral Sattar, its ambition is to create new opportunities for authors, publishers and e-book service providers to work together. This segment is particularly...
BiblioCrunch relaunches as an e-book services marketplace that helps publishers find talent

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4 hits the Mac App Store for $150

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This slideshow requires JavaScript. Along with the $80 Photoshop Elements, Premiere Elements and Revel, Adobe now offers its popular prosumer photo management software Lightroom 4 in the Mac App Store for $150. Though it generally gets better reviews than Apple’s own $80 Aperture, it is almost double the price and can be found...
Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4 hits the Mac App Store for $150

Feature: Adobe Lightroom 4 reviewed

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Version 4 of Adobe's popular Lightroom hit the streets a few weeks ago. While the feature list isn't extensive, it thankfully lacks padding (new yellow button somewhere!). The public beta took the wind out of any surprises but the release was highly anticipated for a number of new features:...
Feature: Adobe Lightroom 4 reviewed

Feature: Adobe Lightroom 4 reviewed

arstechnica.com
Version 4 of Adobe's popular Lightroom hit the streets a few weeks ago. While the feature list isn't extensive, it thankfully lacks padding (new yellow button somewhere!). The public beta took the wind out of any surprises but the release was highly anticipated for a number of new features:...
Feature: Adobe Lightroom 4 reviewed

Feature: Adobe Lightroom 4 reviewed

arstechnica.com
Version 4 of Adobe's popular Lightroom hit the streets a few weeks ago. While the feature list isn't extensive, it thankfully lacks padding (new yellow button somewhere!). The public beta took the wind out of any surprises but the release was highly anticipated for a number of new features:...
Feature: Adobe Lightroom 4 reviewed
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