One of the biggest criticisms of Adobe's "all or nothing" Creative Cloud plans have been the steep cost for those who just want access to the company's pro photography applications, which the house of Photoshop is finally addressing.
Well, it's official. Now that we're in our post-WWDC phase let the rumor mill begin. Leaked iPhone 5S shots, new case specs, carrier updates, stock invoices showing new handsets coming in new configurations before getting pulled, the whole enchilada. Well, we've got some of that action for you, plus a round up of other hot little news tidbits, all in one tidy package just waiting for you. Roll film!
Monday's release of Creative Cloud 2.0 was not some random date on the calendar -- it preceded the announcement of Adobe's second-quarter financial results, which show that subscription-based software is growing quickly.
First announced at the MAX 2013 conference last month, Adobe's first major update to Creative Cloud is finally here -- but a few of the cool new features they've worked so hard to promote remain conspicuously absent.
Will you be jumping on the Adobe Creative Cloud bandwagon come June 17? If you're still on the fence, Adobe has addressed a few early concerns about the shift to subscription-based software in today's recap, while Gmail is again reinventing the inbox and Amazon prepares to be a more universal login for your web and mobile life. But that's not all, so read on and get a heaping handful of what else went down during the last 24 hours…
Adobe's annual MAX conference is in full swing, and the centerpiece is the company's new version of the Creative Cloud suite. With cloud-based Sync settings, Behance social networking features, and updates to all future versions built into the package, here's what to expect when the rebranded Adobe Premiere Pro CC, After Effects CC and more arrive on June 17.
On Monday, Adobe kicked off its annual MAX conference by announcing its forthcoming new version of Creative Cloud, along with rebranded desktop and mobile applications. Here's what to expect from the rebranded Adobe InDesign CC, Illustrator CC, and more.
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.
No, it's not Game of Thrones Season Three news, so calm down. Although getting HBO Go Airplayed to your Apple TV might be pretty huge news for you, if you're into that kind of thing. These stories and more under the fold, just don't turn your back on Joffrey.
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.