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Finally! Adobe Creative Cloud is coming to Chrome OS: Here's how to get it

Finally! Adobe Creative Cloud is coming to Chrome OS: Here's how to get it

By 18 hours ago

Chromebook owners will soon have access to a set of software services previously limited to Mac and Windows PC owners: Adobe Creative Cloud. Because Creative Cloud is like a virtualised environment, many Chromebook owners have expected they would one... >>

Microsoft and MIT researchers recover speech from potato chip bag, behind soundproof glass

Microsoft and MIT researchers recover speech from potato chip bag, behind soundproof glass

By 5 August 2014

Researchers from MIT, Microsoft, and Adobe have developed a way to extract audio from vibrations of an object caught on video. In one experiment, they were able to reconstruct speech from vibrations off a potato chip bag. The bag was filmed from 15 feet... >>

Adobe remembers Windows Phone does exist, releases Photoshop Express for WP8

Adobe remembers Windows Phone does exist, releases Photoshop Express for WP8

By 27 June 2014

Another day, another photo-editing app. But this one is from Adobe. And it's for Windows Phone users. Although Adobe constantly showers Android and iOS users with app-love, it often forgets about Windows Phone users. Not today however. The company has... >>

Adobe launches first hardware set: Ink smart pen and Line smart ruler for drawing on iPad

Adobe launches first hardware set: Ink smart pen and Line smart ruler for drawing on iPad

By 18 June 2014

Adobe has released its first two pieces of hardware today. They are called Adobe Ink and Adobe Line. Meant to complement the company's new iPad apps (Sketch, Line, and Photoshop Mix), Ink and Line are a set of devices that work together. They act like... >>

Adobe announces new Creative Cloud updates including Photoshop CC and Premiere Pro CC

Adobe announces new Creative Cloud updates including Photoshop CC and Premiere Pro CC

By 18 June 2014

Adobe has announced 14 new software developments for its Creative Cloud platform. The new software, which is updated versions of the classics, include Adobe Photoshop CC, Adobe Illustrator CC, Adobe Dreamweaver CC and Adobe Premiere Pro CC. Good news... >>

Adobe Lightroom mobile for iPad is here: What is it and what can it do?

Adobe Lightroom mobile for iPad is here: What is it and what can it do?

By 8 April 2014

Adobe has released the much-rumoured Lightroom Mobile application for iPad and although it requires a Creative Cloud subscription and is billed as a companion app for the desktop version of Lightroom, it is a feature-rich photo processing suite in its... >>

Adobe Revel photo app finally arrives for Android

Adobe Revel photo app finally arrives for Android

By 5 March 2014

Adobe Systems has released an Android version of its Revel service, marking the first time Revel users could sync and share their photos and videos to a non-iOS device. Revel is a service - once called Adobe Carousel - that allows you to upload photos... >>

BBM and Photoshop coming to Lumia handsets

BBM and Photoshop coming to Lumia handsets

By 24 February 2014

Stephen Elop has taken to the stage at Mobile World Congress 2014 in Barcelona, to announce that BBM is coming to Nokia Lumia handsets. It's confirmed to arrive "in the coming months", so now Windows Phone and Nokia X users will be able to get in on all... >>

Adobe adds easy 3D printing to Photoshop CC

Adobe adds easy 3D printing to Photoshop CC

By 16 January 2014

Adobe has announced that Photoshop CC will be updated to include 3D printing controls. The update aims to add more options to 3D design while also making printing much simpler. Photoshop CC, the Creative Cloud application, will offer enhanced 3D object... >>

Worse than expected: Adobe security breach effects 38m users

Worse than expected: Adobe security breach effects 38m users

By 29 October 2013

The security breach into Adobe's web servers leading to compromised user names, email addresses, encrypted credit card numbers and more, is actually worse than originally thought. The security experts over at Krebs on Security say hackers gained access... >>