Monthly Archives: March 2013

Apple updates Final Cut Pro X, Motion & Compressor in push to win back pro users

Alongside a new marketing push from Apple to promote its professional-grade video editing software, the company also pushed out a trio of software updates on Thursday for Final Cut Pro X, Motion, and Compressor. The new updates are free for … Continue reading

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House approves lowering tuition for Colorado illegal immigrant students, bill goes to governor Students to get in-state tuition rates

DENVER – A bill allowing lower tuition rates for illegal immigrant students received final approval from state House lawmakers Friday. The bill passed 40-21 and will now proceed to Gov. John Hickenlooper, who is expected to sign the bill. Three … Continue reading

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Nintendo’s digital content problem and how the Wii U is making things worse

The Wii U’s launch was a bit rocky, to say the least. Missing features, promised TV services and slow-loading, day-one firmware updates left Nintendo fans frustrated and disappointed. The company is still cleaning up the mess too, announcing that it … Continue reading

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