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Wacom Cintiq 27 QHD Touch Review

Wacom Cintiq 27 QHD Touch Review

The Wacom Cintiq 27 QHD Touch is what I expected the high end of the digital illustration device world to be. It doesn't feel as "magical" as the iPad Pro, but it's a whole lot more powerful - and professional. It feels like a real professional piece of equipment, something that's been perfected over several iterations - a tool that a top artist would buy again and again. While (as always) there are some changes I might make if I wanted the ideal touch- and pen-friendly display/tablet, at the moment, this is as good as it gets.

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Apple TV now has an Adobe Lightroom app

Apple TV now has an Adobe Lightroom app

There's a new and arguably not very useful app for your Apple TV (assuming you're using the 4th-generation model): Adobe Lightroom. The app is only for viewing photos, the idea being that you can easily access them from your Creative Cloud to show friends and family your latest shots on the big screen. You will need a Creative Cloud subscription to use the app, of course, as well as uploaded photos.

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Firefox will block some Flash content starting next month

Firefox will block some Flash content starting next month

As of next month, Mozilla will have its Firebox browser block some Flash content, following the same trend we’ve seen with the other major Web browsers. Only non-essential Flash content will be blocked; this includes Flash elements that aren’t visible to the end user. As a result, says Mozilla, users will experience less issues with Flash crashing or causing the browser to hang. Battery life, page load speeds, Firefox’s responsiveness, and overall security will all be improved as a result.

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Adobe Lightroom for iOS finally adds RAW editing support

Adobe Lightroom for iOS finally adds RAW editing support

More than a year ago, Adobe added RAW image editing support to its Lightroom for Android app. Now, finally, it has brought the same support to its iOS version of the app, allowing iPhone and iPad owners to edit RAW photos on their mobile Apple device. This brings the app up to version 2.4; some changes for the Android app have also been released.

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Safari will block Flash by default in macOS Sierra

Safari will block Flash by default in macOS Sierra

Another one of the final nails has been hammered into the coffin of Adobe Flash. The latest version of Apple's Safari browser that will be included in the release of macOS Sierra has been revealed to block plugins like Flash and Java while users navigate the internet. As the newest version of Apple's desktop OS, mac OS Sierra — revealed at WWDC this week — and Safari 10 will instead default to HTML5 whenever it's available.

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Adobe Lightroom 6.6 and CC 2015.6 launch with bug fixes, new tool

Adobe Lightroom 6.6 and CC 2015.6 launch with bug fixes, new tool

Adobe has pushed out new versions of Lightroom and Lightroom CC, bringing them up to versions 6.6 and 2015.6, respectively. The new versions bring with them a bunch of fixes, camera and lens profile support, and more, as well as a new straightening tool called Guided Upright (for Lightroom CC specifically). The combination of new features and a new tool make for an overall solid update, one that is available now.

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Photoshop gets Content-Aware Crop tool

Photoshop gets Content-Aware Crop tool

I use Photoshop nearly every single day. Most days, I'm just using it for basic tasks like cropping and resizing images to put in articles. Some days I'll use it for editing photos that I've taken for one reason or another. While all of the basic tools are nice, there's one tool that has become my absolute favorite since it was released, and it's about to get even better.

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Adobe uses shame to tackle software piracy

Adobe uses shame to tackle software piracy

Piracy is bad, and you shouldn't do it. But that doesn't stop many people from doing it. While it's hard to say which company has their software pirated the most, Adobe is a company that is no stranger to the issue. They've tried different methods to prevent piracy, but today they're taking a different approach, shame.

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Adobe Spark is a free, super simple way to make attractive things

Adobe Spark is a free, super simple way to make attractive things

Adobe has a new product aimed at the everyday user who needs something simple and wants something attractive: Adobe Spark. Part of Creative Cloud, Adobe Spark is a web app that works with a trio of Spark iOS apps for creating “social posts and graphics,” says the company, as well as animated stories and “web stories.” The service is free for anyone to use.

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The plural of iPad is ‘iPad devices’ says Apple (You’re using other brands wrong, too)

The plural of iPad is ‘iPad devices’ says Apple (You’re using other brands wrong, too)

Yesterday I Photoshopped a picture of a stand that I built for my two iPads out of LEGOs. Do you know what's wrong with the previous sentence (except for the fact that I did no such thing yesterday)? I used all three of those brand names incorrectly, according to the companies that make them.

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Adobe Flash Player’s ransomware vulnerability gets an emergency patch

Adobe Flash Player’s ransomware vulnerability gets an emergency patch

In an announcement that surprises no one, Adobe has released an update to their Flash Player. Updates to Adobe's Flash suite seem to come rather frequently, mostly because new vulnerabilities are continually being found. This time, the bug being patched is one that allows someone to take over your computer and hold your data for ransom.

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Adobe to raise its prices in 6 countries starting May 1

Adobe to raise its prices in 6 countries starting May 1

Adobe has announced plans to increase prices in some countries due to currency changes, the company announced today. The changes will affect users in certain countries, including Australia and New Zealand, and are being made to offset currency fluctuations. The price increases will start on May 1, and is unfortunately the opposite of Adobe’s recent December changes, which saw a price decrease in Liechtenstein and Switzerland.

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