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Adobe retires Photoshop Touch, teases Rigel retouching app

Adobe retires Photoshop Touch, teases Rigel retouching app

With Adobe's eventual move to the cloud, it is no surprise that it wants to set anchor on mobile as well. After all, it's cloud storage and services would make exchanging files between mobile and desktop a breeze. Although it hasn't exactly made a splash about them, Adobe has quite the portfolio of mobile apps, which it is now showing off in its "mobile presence report card". Sadly, and almost ironically, it is also bidding goodbye to one of the stalwarts of that team: Photoshop Touch.

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Adobe Lightroom CC 2015 brings HDR Merge and more

Adobe Lightroom CC 2015 brings HDR Merge and more

The Adobe Lightroom CC 2015 update has been released alongside some other new offerings, and with it comes a number of new welcomed features, not the least of which is new Facial Recognition functionality, HDR Merge, Panorama Merge, and some advanced video capabilities. Also welcomed are performance improvements, which includes speeds that are now up to 10 times faster than they were in the previous edition. Lightroom on Mobile has also been expanded, including support for tablets in addition to smartphones.

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Adobe Lightroom mobile brings RAW to Android

Adobe Lightroom mobile brings RAW to Android

You can now edit photos in the RAW on your Android device thanks to Adobe Lightroom Mobile. This app's latest update includes tablet compatibility as well, plus the ability to work with microSD cards. This update is coming to users across the Android universe as early as this morning, with the roll-out scheduled to appear for all users by the end of this week. We've got the changelog here as well just in case you'd like to take a peek and see what's new in the house.

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Adobe answers your ‘what about Android?’ question

Adobe answers your ‘what about Android?’ question

Sometimes, people forget. Even Developers. Once, people forgot about Dre, and it was a disaster. Lately, its Android that has fallen victim to being forgotten, and it sucks. Twitter has made several changes (and released new apps) that bypass Android altogether, and Meerkat is just now making its way to Android. Adobe, who make a series of apps for creative minds who like to use mobile devices and platforms, have also been accused of forgetting about Android. In a blog post, they assure us all they have not.

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Slate by Adobe for iPad: web-based presentation creation with style

Slate by Adobe for iPad: web-based presentation creation with style

This week Adobe is showing off their newest iPad app: Slate. This app is an editor, made to show off photos, video, and written works for a wide variety of purposes. Adobe Voice, Adobe TypeKit, and Slate - all working together will be available to iPad users for free. Not just for Creative Suite users, but everyone, at no cost. Adobe Voice is available now - and has been for some time, while Slate will be available immediately if not very soon for iPad users.

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Adobe Comp CC for iPad makes concept creation mobile

Adobe Comp CC for iPad makes concept creation mobile

Adobe has announced the launch of Adobe Comp CC for the iPad, allowing such users to put together concepts for projects using their tablet. Those concepts can be for the Web, for mobile, or for printed projects, and are made using various layout and design tools that allow for a relatively refined creation. The resulting project can then be further refined using other Adobe CC tools, such as Photoshop CC and InDesign CC, to produce a final product. Adobe previewed Comp CC back in October 2014 as "Project LayUp", and as of today it is available for free on the App Store.

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Adobe Document Cloud takes your work wherever you go

Adobe Document Cloud takes your work wherever you go

Even traditional workers may soon have nowhere to hide. Continuing its invasion of the cloud, Adobe is announcing its third "Cloud" product, following its more popular Creative Cloud (CC) and less known Marketing Cloud. While Document Cloud may sound like a storage service that will take on Dropbox or Google Drive, it is actually a more focused product. While it does store documents on the cloud, it is actually more interested in getting you and others to sign them or to keep track of changes to them.

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Study: Apple Watch favored by those with larger phones, tablets

Study: Apple Watch favored by those with larger phones, tablets

I’m supposed to ask, because today is when Apple will likely unveil the Apple Watch in full, so — are you gonna buy an Apple Watch? According to a new study, it depends on the size of your phone. So says Adobe, who polled 1,000 iOS users of their products to gauge interest on how we consume media. A byproduct of that study was news of our interest in the Apple Watch, where the larger our smartphone or tablet screen, the more interested we become.

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Judge grants $415 million settlement in anti-poaching suit against tech companies

Judge grants $415 million settlement in anti-poaching suit against tech companies

We've brought you news about Apple's lawsuits over patent infringement before. This latest lawsuit is from the other side of the industry. This time, workers from various tech companies including Apple Inc., Google Inc., Intel Corp., and Adobe Systems Inc. have come forward saying that these companies made illegal agreements with each other not to hire new employees coming from one of the said companies. This effectively ended the ability for all of those employees to leverage outside opportunities for better positions within their own companies.

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Adobe Lightroom 6 to drop 32-bit support

Adobe Lightroom 6 to drop 32-bit support

Adobe has been busy with its photography-centric Lightroom offering, having recently pushed out a mobile version for Android users to join its previously launched iOS version. The desktop is still king when it comes to photo editing, however, and so it is no surprise Adobe has also been hard at work on getting its next Mac and Windows versions out to consumers. That's the good news. For those running older hardware, there's also some bad news.

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