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Adobe unveils Photoshop Elements 11 and Premiere Elements 11

Adobe unveils Photoshop Elements 11 and Premiere Elements 11

For many people out there who like to touch up the digital photos they take or create artistic prints using their photos, Adobe Photoshop Elements is the way to go. Photoshop Elements lacks the features of the full version of Photoshop, but it's significantly cheaper. Adobe has announced all-new versions of Photoshop Elements and Premier Elements with both applications now in version 11.

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HP SpectreXT TouchSmart Ultrabook delivers Thunderbolt and Win8 touchscreen

HP SpectreXT TouchSmart Ultrabook delivers Thunderbolt and Win8 touchscreen

The folks at HP have jumped in on the Windows 8 universe with a brand hew Ultrabook by the name of HP SpectreXT TouchSmart - complete with a touchscreen display. This device has a 15.6-inch IPS LCD screen working with multitouch and Radiance Full HD so you're ready for awesome high definition media action. This device is also extremely portable at just 17.9mm thin and weighs in at just 4.77 pounds.

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Adobe coaxes Creative Cloud users with VIP treats

Adobe coaxes Creative Cloud users with VIP treats

Adobe is trying to coax new users to come to its Creative Cloud offering. It's doing this by offering the Creative Cloud members exclusive features on certain Adobe products. For instance, Adobe today unveiled a new set of Illustrator features exclusively available to Created Cloud members. The features are being offered ahead of other new features offered to members next month.

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Adobe says no more Flash on Android

Adobe says no more Flash on Android

This week marks a significant change for Android users. Last November Adobe announced that it would stop the development of Flash for mobile devices. As of yesterday, Adobe disabled new installs of Flash on Android devices. Things aren't looking good for Flash as a whole with support for Android over, iOS having never embraced Flash, and Microsoft offering only limited Flash support for Windows 8.

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Camera+ turns down Adobe, Google, and Twitter like a boss

Camera+ turns down Adobe, Google, and Twitter like a boss

This week the head of developer group tap tap tap John Casasanta created a news blast that let the world know his company's stance on being acquired by a larger company: "we're doing more than fine on our own." This announcement comes at a time with a lot of "ridiculousness", as he puts it, on the part of the industry as Facebook's acquisition of Instagram racked up the former $1 billion dollars. What tap tap tap maintains is that though it is tempting to get a vast sum of money in exchange for your services and/or your application on its own, the drawbacks far outweigh the positive outcomes.

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Adobe Muse heads to final release

Adobe Muse heads to final release

Starting on the 15th of June, the Adobe Muse Beta program will no longer exist, being instead replaced by the final release of this webpage-building monster. What Adobe has done here is to create an application that allows anyone to create a webpage with ease, but not just that, making the whole process much more focused on the aesthetics, feel, and overall user interface of the site rather than on the building of the bones, so to speak. This update will have Adobe Muse moving to its first stand-alone subscription model.

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