Adobe has spread the coveted Photoshop name to a number of different products across multiple platforms. Adobe Photoshop Elements 12 borrows high-end features from its namesake, making them easier than ever to actually use.
Getting impatient waiting for Apple to light up its free 12 Days of Gifts app on December 26? Here's a little pro trip: Open the app today and you'll find a special early treat in the guise of two music singles from Lorde absolutely free! But hopefully that will be enough to tide you over, because there are 10 more days of waiting for the rest of the goodies... so tide yourself over for one of them with our weekend recap!
Christmas shoppers, are you starting to panic yet? There's officially less than two weeks before the big day, and time is running out to buy your favorite gifts online and have them delivered to the comfort of your home in time for Santa Claus to take all the credit for your good taste. Don't worry, it will all work out -- take a breath, catch up on what you missed on Wednesday, and then you can start panicking!
Former iOS boss Scott Forstall made headlines again earlier this week as reports surfaced of how he spent his first year away from Apple -- although none of them are directly sourced from Forstall himself, suggesting that the Cupertino outcast continues to be under a gag order as part of a severance package. But that's not the only story from around the internet on Tuesday -- here are a few more you might have missed.
Black Friday and Cyber Monday may be a wrap for 2013, but there are still plenty of deals and discounts to be found across the internet, including Adobe's Photoshop Photography Program, which is still available to all for a few more days.
Happy Cyber Monday! While some of you are enjoying yet another day off work today, MacLife.com is back at it, hard at work and ready to recap at least a little of what went down over the extended weekend. We won't have much in the way of deals, but strap in and enjoy the ride as we launch into the month of December!
You might recall that back in September, Adobe announced special pricing for its Photoshop Creative Cloud suite at $9.99 a month for customers who already owned Photoshop CS3 or higher. If you were turned off by the restriction, you'll be happy to know that Adobe's extending the service to everyone for a limited time.
They say you can't keep a good man down, but does the same apply to a maybe not-so-good retail chain? Despite all the headlines touting the end of Blockbuster's reign over the video store, the company still has a few independently owned branches across the U.S. that will continue the good fight -- find out about one such place in today's recap.
After teasing more than 150 new features for Creative Cloud's pro video applications at the IBC trade show in September, Adobe has finally pulled the trigger on said features, which are now available for download.