Mac Pro fans in the European Union who are on the fence about purchasing one of the current, aging models may want to move quickly -- come March 1, they'll be pulled from store shelves over some messy regulatory compliance issues. Does that mean that CEO Tim Cook's promise of "something really great" for the next generation of Mac Pro will come to pass? Only time will tell...
Hollywood is a veritable poster child for Apple products, where Macs have long been favored over Windows for creative tasks from scriptwriting through post-production. While Adobe has offered solutions for the latter almost from the company’s inception, it has only recently dipped its toes into the former with the cloud-based Story.
Since its inception, Adobe's Creative Cloud has received regular updates to its suite of subscription-based products. On Thursday, Adobe announced its acquisition of Behance, the social platform designed for artists, photographers, and other creatives to display their portfolios. The features of Behance will bring further social functions to the Creative Cloud.
If Retina Display updates to Photoshop and Illustrator CS6 aren't enough for you today, Adobe has just announced a major update to its Creative Cloud product which will be detailed this afternoon at its Create Now Live online event.
Adobe is holding a big Create Now event on Tuesday, but users will have to start speculating on what else the company might have up its sleeve now that Retina Display updates for Photoshop and Illustrator have been released.
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.
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.
After dipping its toe into the subscription-pricing waters with last year’s Creative Suite 5.5, Adobe has moved onto the next phase with Creative Cloud. While the new service offers cost-effective access to the full Creative Suite 6 Master Collection for under 50 bucks a month, the cloud cover feels a little thin as far as other worthwhile features, at least for the time being.
Initially promised as part of Adobe's $49.99 per month Creative Cloud subscription service, Lightroom 4 was MIA when the service launched in May -- an injustice that the company has rectified this week.