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.
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.
With a week to go before Amazon holds a media event, the e-tailer has announced its best-selling Kindle Fire is now sold out -- which certainly sounds more like "we stopped making them because a new model is coming" to us. While that seven-inch slate was quite nice a year ago, Google's Nexus 7 has pretty much made many of us forget all about the Kindle Fire, so Amazon is going to have to pull a real rabbit out of its hat to wow us once again. In the meantime, let's get caught up with the day's news for this Thursday, August 30, 2012.
Although we haven't noticed this problem on our own MacBook Pro with Retina Display, InDesign users have been filling up Adobe's online forum with crashing problems since the Ivy Bridge-era notebooks were released in mid-June.
Adobe Illustrator has long been the choice for illustration professionals, designers, and anyone who wants to work with infinitely scalable vector graphics. Over the years it’s gained some highly impressive features, such as mesh tools for drawing photorealistic objects, perspective tools for taking the pain out of vanishing points, and much, much more. So, what can CS6 bring? Oh, just plenty of new features and an all-new interface.