Last night Adobe, along with the National Association of Photoshop
Professionals, celebrated 20 years of its flagship photo-manipulation
application at the Palace of Fine Arts Theatre in San Francisco. Along with a series of demos showing the progression of Photoshop over the years, Adobe showed the audience Photoshop 1.0.7 on the iPhone.
In such a Photoshop-saturated society, it’s easy to forget that the
software hasn’t been around forever. Since February 2010 marks the 20th
anniversary of Photoshop 1.0, now is the perfect time to revisit
everything from Adobe’s systematic dismantling of its competition to
the way the software was used to make Katie Couric “lose weight.”
reports that the war of
words between Apple and Adobe isn't over, but Adobe is trying to play
peacemaker. They brushed off reports of Job's comments as rumors and said they were working hard on improving Mac support.
At an Apple town hall meeting, Steve Jobs allegedly took at swipe at Google and Adobe. He then talked about how the world is moving to HTML 5.
A Chinese tablet maker is threatening legal action against Apple because, allegedly the iPad has a similar design to a product they released last year. Hopefully we'll be able to get the Chinese tablet in for review.
Various reports are coming out that the Apple CEO had some choice words about Google and Adobe at the recent internal company meeting. Also coming out of the meeting were some interesting tidbits, about what to expect from Apple this year.