Adobe Tells Users They Can Get Sued for Using Old Versions of Photoshop
"You are no longer licensed to use the software," Adobe told them.
Your Facebook Activity Reveals a Lot About Your Drug Use
A recent study reveals how social media can detect—and help prevent—substance abuse.
SoundCloud Announces New Music Recommendation Feature Called The Upload
It uses machine learning to collect new music you might like in one place.
Artist Creates Vintage "Digital" Art on a Typewriter
Arno Beck is making computer art, computer-free.
Giant Kinetic Sculpture Mimics Swarm of Flocking Birds
Every hour, on the hour, Sosolimited's 'Diffusion Choir' performs the movement of a soothing swarm.
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Food Hacking: Recipe Network
Simon Klose visits Yui Kita, a Japanese computer programmer whose software can compose new food pairings through a recipe network.
Take a Psychedelic River Voyage in the Video Game for Joel Ford’s New Airbird Single
The Driftless boss talks about becoming a father, his new EP 'New Origin,' and the state of indie labels.
Finally, the Portable DJ Mixer with Everything
OK, it ain't vinyl. But you'll still be the BBQ MVP with the GoDJ Plus—no laptop needed.
Here It Is, Your Guide to Displaying Digital Art
TRANSFER Gallery's Kelani Nichole helped us navigate the confusing world of displaying digital art.
Massive CGI Crowd Simulation + Swords = Total Chaos
You, too, can make your own videos with the software used to make 'Lord of the Rings' battle sequences.
Google Makes $150 Photo Editing Software Free
The Nik Collection is a powerful tool in the arsenal of any professional-grade photographer.
Now You Can Sketch Musical Ideas on Interactive Sheet Music
Software developer Alexei Baboulevitch’s calls his Composer’s Sketchpad app a “living staff paper.”