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.
Tuesday night saw the first giant wave of iPad Air reviews roll out, and not surprisingly, word on the street is that Apple's latest tablet is a winner. The slate was universally praised for being lighter and trimmer than the last two generations, and even with the lack of truly new features, most reviewers recommend it as a worthy buy. So who's planning to buy one come this Friday...?
Sure, there were new iPads in big and little configuration on display this week, but what really seems to have caught our fancy is Mavericks. That’ll all change of course once we get our hot little hands on these new models, but until we give that a spin for you, here’s what happened on your Mac this week.
When is free not exactly “free”? Apparently, Apple’s iWork and iLife apps fall into this category, given that they come with one big “gotcha”: You’ll need to purchase a new Mac or iOS device to get them free, and you'll only receive the apps for that given platform. But it seems Cupertino may have left a loophole for at least three of those apps on the Mac, and our Wednesday recap explains how it works.
It's the week of glitches, rush jobs, security breaches, and the voice behind the curtain--or at least behind the little round button we call Home. Who got hacked, who dropped the ball, and why don't levels work like they're supposed to? And did you get my text? I sent it like an hour ago….
It's been relatively quiet since the last high-profile security breach of a technology company, but that silence ended Thursday with Adobe's announcement that the company had fallen victim to a cyber attack.