Corporations typically like to deliver bad news on a Friday, and today Apple did just that, confirming the worst fears of shutterbugs everywhere by driving a stake through the company's venerable Mac photo software.
One year ago, Adobe took the wraps off its ambitious push toward subscription-based software, and now the iconic company is following through with a sequel that includes updated desktop applications, new mobile apps and even its first hardware product.
Subscribers of Adobe Creative Cloud are getting a little something extra in their Easter basket this month with the long-awaited arrival of Lightroom mobile, which allows editing images while on the go and automatic sync back to the desktop.
Christmas shoppers, are you starting to panic yet? There's officially less than two weeks before the big day, and time is running out to buy your favorite gifts online and have them delivered to the comfort of your home in time for Santa Claus to take all the credit for your good taste. Don't worry, it will all work out -- take a breath, catch up on what you missed on Wednesday, and then you can start panicking!
Black Friday and Cyber Monday may be a wrap for 2013, but there are still plenty of deals and discounts to be found across the internet, including Adobe's Photoshop Photography Program, which is still available to all for a few more days.
Happy Cyber Monday! While some of you are enjoying yet another day off work today, MacLife.com is back at it, hard at work and ready to recap at least a little of what went down over the extended weekend. We won't have much in the way of deals, but strap in and enjoy the ride as we launch into the month of December!
This week's news can't all be about new iPhones, so thankfully Adobe let loose with a plethora of news during its quarterly earnings report, which includes new software offerings and firming up plans for new hardware products.
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.