Adobe Creative Cloud is poised to become more unified than ever, with updates to all future versions, cloud-based Sync settings, and Behance social networking for creative designers all built into the package. But its flagship application, Photoshop, has plenty of new tricks as well.
Adobe kicked off its annual MAX conference in Los Angeles over the weekend, and MacLife.com was in attendance for the keynote address introducing the next generation of the company's creative applications.
One major disappointment with Apple's iOS version of iPhoto is its total disconnect with the Mac edition -- which is why we're excited to see Adobe teasing a version of Lightroom for iOS, which includes the ability to sync to the desktop.
It's been a busy week for new and updated apps, and while we can't single them all out in the space available, we've done our best to distill things down to coverage of the stuff you'll (hopefully) want to read about. We're also capping off the week with yet another update on the AppGratis saga, Adobe's thoughts on web fragmentation and more rumors that Amazon may get into the smartphone biz. Won't you join us and find out more?
The annual NAB show kicks off this weekend, and Adobe is using the opportunity to offer pro video users a peek behind the curtain into development of the next version of Premiere Pro, After Effects and other tools.
Executives from Apple, Microsoft and Adobe were summoned to appear before an Australian court this week to explain why digital content prices are so much higher in the land down under than in other countries.
Although we don't see Apple releases falling on Tuesday as much now as we did back in the Steve Jobs era, the company managed to push out patches for both iOS 6 and Apple TV yesterday, the latter of which will be of particular interest to Hulu Plus subscribers. But there were plenty of other releases as well, so let's dive headfirst into the five you'll want to know about...
Word comes today of a departure at one leading tech company, with the executive apparently landing at Cupertino. Kevin Lynch, the now former head of engineering at Adobe Systems, is leaving the company to "pursue other opportunities." But according to one source, the other opportunity is with Apple.
Ever been curious about the work that goes into creating a new version of Photoshop, especially one with as many changes as CS6? Adobe is celebrating five million Facebook fans with a peek behind the scenes.