It hasn’t been quite a full year since Adobe last released a new version of its consumer-centric image editor, Photoshop Elements. During this time, the company has worked hard to incorporate more code from its big brother, and the impressive results are available now.
If you don't need the full power of Adobe's Photoshop or Premiere Pro software, Elements is a great, inexpensive way to focus on the basics -- and they're now better than ever thanks to all-new versions.
Adobe Creative Cloud already offers one of the best ways to get the company's full Creative Suite 6 products, and on Wednesday the subscription service is adding even more value with the Digital Publishing Suite, Single Edition.
This is it. The last hot Apple news before the new handset arrives. Are you excited yet? We're surprised the rumor mill wasn't quite as churny as we expected, though there were a few leaks that got us excited. I guess if the police aren't bashing in someone's door, the thrill is gone. Well, here's ten stories to keep your home fires burning until Tuesday.
Adobe is on a tear this week, adding Retina Display support to its Photoshop Touch app for the iPad and now the Creative Suite 6 version of Premiere Pro as well, which also adds support for the latest MacBook Pro GPU.
While the Mac version of Photoshop is still waiting for Retina Display support, Adobe is making good on its promise to bring the same to the touch-enabled iPad app with a new version released on Wednesday.
With a week to go before Amazon holds a media event, the e-tailer has announced its best-selling Kindle Fire is now sold out -- which certainly sounds more like "we stopped making them because a new model is coming" to us. While that seven-inch slate was quite nice a year ago, Google's Nexus 7 has pretty much made many of us forget all about the Kindle Fire, so Amazon is going to have to pull a real rabbit out of its hat to wow us once again. In the meantime, let's get caught up with the day's news for this Thursday, August 30, 2012.
When Adobe released its subscription-based app suite, Creative Cloud, earlier this summer, we had some mixed feelings on the pricing structure. Clearly, the monthly cost was a great value for the CS6 Master Collection, but the overall package was a bit slim in regards to additional applications. Thankfully, Adobe continues to update Creative Cloud with new functionality, and today subscribers receive new additions in the way of Illustrator.
Adobe is getting ready to roll out a number of significant updates for Creative Cloud subscribers, starting with this week's update to Adobe Muse, which adds built-in support for contact forms as well as Japanese availability.