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Mac switch to Apple silicon confirmed

Mac switch to Apple silicon confirmed

Today Apple announced that they'd be moving toward their own silicon - effectively removing Intel from the equation. This was a "huge leap forward for the Mac," said Apple CEO Tim Cook. "Today is the day we're announcing the Mac is transitioning to our own Apple silicon." This move is major for every key player involved - not just Intel and Apple, but the users of future Mac computers as well.

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Photoshop Subject Select with human hair finally, truly works

Photoshop Subject Select with human hair finally, truly works

Today Adobe updated a whole bunch of products, with a bunch of new features - but there's one that stands out in a BIG way. The Adobe Photoshop Subject Select function has been in play for a while now - but only now, here, with this latest update, can is really, truly select the hair of a human subject. It's one of the most difficult parts of any Photoshop user's experience, and certainly one of the most time-consuming activities a person can initiate. Adobe's just made the whole process work like a snap.

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Adobe Photoshop Camera app released for phone photo magic

Adobe Photoshop Camera app released for phone photo magic

This morning Adobe released the Adobe Photoshop Camera app for both iOS and Android. This app utilizes the most advanced in lenses and filters for the smartphones on which it functions - before a photo is captured. This system is made for sharing - users can utilize lenses and effects in-view, live, or after-the-fact.

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Adobe Photoshop and Fresco on the iPad now come bundled together

Adobe Photoshop and Fresco on the iPad now come bundled together

For years now, the iPad and especially the iPad Pro has become a creativity tool despite earlier limitations on hardware. Ironically, one of the biggest names in that industry has been a bit slow to jump on that train and capitalize on the passion of digital artists. Adobe has been quickly making up for lost time and money and is now making a small but meaningful change by making both Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Fresco on the iPad available in a single bundle for a cheaper price.

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Adobe Productions arrives just in time for Premiere Pro remote teams

Adobe Productions arrives just in time for Premiere Pro remote teams

Adobe has launched a new tool for Premiere Pro, with Productions aiming to make organizing a project easier - either on your own or across a team. The new framework arrives as many creatives find themselves working remotely from their usual collaborators, with the coronavirus pandemic and stay-at-home orders putting a temporary end to offices.

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Reddit ads up: Brands can pay to be “trending”

Reddit ads up: Brands can pay to be “trending”

After six months of beta testing with major brands like Adobe, Spotify, and Method, Reddit rolled out "Trending Takeovers." This is an advertisement platform product in which the "trending today" system on Reddit can be "sponsored" by brands. They'll appear in links very similar to all other trending links, much like Google includes paying brands to appear in search results.

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Adobe just gave Photoshop for iPad another huge desktop feature

Adobe just gave Photoshop for iPad another huge desktop feature

Adobe's Photoshop for iPad and desktop is getting a big update, timed to coincide with the software's 30th birthday. The newly-fettled software sees Adobe bring a new smart select feature to its tablet version, while the desktop version of Photoshop makes improvements to Lens Blur and Content-Aware Fill.

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Flashpoint is saving 36,000 Flash games from going into the night

Flashpoint is saving 36,000 Flash games from going into the night

Flash has become the bad boy of the Internet and few will argue that it needs to go. But while its retirement solves a lot of security problems on the Web, it also creates a mass grave for interactive experiences that, at one point in the past, entertained hundreds of users. Yes, these are the Flash games that represent an important chunk of gaming history. Fortunately, a group of enthusiasts has come together to preserve all of that via the Flashpoint launcher.

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Photoshop for iPad adds Select Subject: Watch how it works

Photoshop for iPad adds Select Subject: Watch how it works

Photoshop for iPad is getting one of the most-missed tools from its desktop sibling, with Select Subject now promising AI-powered selection magic on Apple's tablet. The new tool is added in Photoshop for iPad's first update since its release in early November, something that didn't quite have the reception Adobe might have been hoping for.

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Adobe Lightroom for iOS gets direct import and advanced export features

Adobe Lightroom for iOS gets direct import and advanced export features

As the company recently promised, Adobe Lightroom for iOS has been updated with support for directly importing images. With this new capability, users can add images from an SD card or other storage devices to their iPhone or iPad. The direct import capability joins other additions in this update, including advanced export options for users who need extensive control over the images they save.

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Adobe Creative Cloud apps will soon support live-streaming

Adobe Creative Cloud apps will soon support live-streaming

Adobe Creative Cloud applications will soon support live-streaming, according to the company, enabling users to share their creations with fans in real-time. The announcement was made during the company's' MAX 2019 conference, during which Adobe also introduced its Photoshop and Illustrator for iPad products. In addition to making it easier for users to connect with fans, the built-in functionality could also open the door to educational opportunities.

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Photoshop for iPad needs a Creative Cloud subscription: Details

Photoshop for iPad needs a Creative Cloud subscription: Details

In case you missed the news, the iPad version of Photoshop is launching today. That means the app is exiting the closed beta period it's been in for the last six months and is now available for everyone to download. Before you dive in, however, there are some things to keep in mind - namely that Photoshop on iPad requires a subscription to Creative Cloud to use it.

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