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Premiere Pro leads Adobe's video software in Creative Cloud

Adobe's latest versions of Premiere Pro and After Effects bring video enhancements to its new software subscription package.

Illustrator and InDesign get makeover, move to the cloud

InDesign and Illustrator—part of Adobe's original Creative Suite—will receive a series of upgrades, including a dark interface, support for Mac Retina displays, and signature Creative Cloud features like Sync Fonts, Sync Colors, and Sync Settings.

Photoshop moves to Creative Cloud, merges Photoshop Extended

Photoshop Extended, the more advanced, expensive package that included 3D capability and sophisticated image analysis tools has now been merged into Photoshop CC.

Google and Adobe beautify fonts on Linux, iOS

The new Adobe CFF engine 'will benefit technical and nontechnical users alike,' Google says.

on pcworld.com

Remains of the Day: Billion, with a 'b'

Apple's on its way to its next App Store milestone, Intel is prepping new graphics chips that could show up in Macs, and Adobe may borrow from one of its popular photo-editing apps for its next iPad outing.

Adobe shows off Photoshop camera shake-reduction tool

Adobe has released a video showing a tool intended for the next version of Photoshop.

on techhive.com

Adobe granting sneak peek at pro video apps to broadcasters conference

Adobe is allowing National Association of Broadcasters convention attendees a glimpse of the new versions of its professional video software.

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Adobe shows off Flash Pro 'CS7'—codenamed Hellcat

Adobe's next version of Flash Pro features a redesigned interface and should run much faster too.

Remains of the Day: Digital wrongs management

One patent-holding firm says it will see Apple in court. Elsewhere, people continue to pontificate on Apple's newest hire, and Walmart takes a page from Apple's playbook--and uses Apple's devices to do it.

Adobe CTO Kevin Lynch resigns to work at Apple

Adobe CTO Kevin Lynch is leaving the company to take a job at Apple, a one-time close partner of Adobe that became the most vociferous critic of its Flash technology.