Don't-Miss Photography software Stories
Hey, it's a three-day weekend! Might we suggest you unwind with this recap of our biggest stories from the week gone by?
Adobe Creative Suite experts Jay Nelson and Lesa Snider stop by to discuss the latest versions of Adobe's software for creative professionals -- specifically InDesign and Photoshop.
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission has launched a probe of Facebook's proposed acquisition of Instagram that could delay the closing of the deal.
The Mac App Store already has quite a few photo editing and cataloging software options, but on Thursday it gained one more: Lightroom 4. The app is Adobe's first heavyweight entry in Apple's store; previously, the company sold only its simpler, more compact line of programs.
Apple releases updates for four popular productivity apps, which fixes some stability issues and adds new features.
Adobe's Heidi Voltmer and Scott Morris join this week's podcast host, Jackie Dove, to discuss the soon-to-be-released Adobe Creative Suite 6.
One Chinese company will gladly trade a trademark for large bags of cash; meanwhile Apple gives Motorola Mobility the raspberry (legally); and iPhoto '12 may touch our hearts later this year.
Adobe debuts its cloud strategy with high-profile Creative Suite 6 in the starring role.
Adobe integrates CS6 and the Creative Cloud into the educational market with new offerings and prices.
Adobe updates and consolidates its print and Web oriented software into a single large bundle and augments its video package with brand new apps.
A high-profile user departs Instagram, Apple wants its day in court, and Greenpeace quizzes a couple of giants about their energy hygiene.
Does the idea of FaceGram or InstaBook creep you out? These apps are top contenders as Instagram replacements if you’re looking for something new.
Apple has pulled its free trials of software like Pages, Numbers, Keynote, and Aperture, instead directing prospective customers to the Mac App Store.