10/18/2011, If aesthetics are everything to you, then you will be pleased to know that famed camera manufacturer Leica has announced a special edition of their D-Lux 5 camera. Much like the Leica M9, the D-Lux 5 will now be available in a special Titanium edition, which as the name implies will give the camera a titanium-finish casing along with a matching leather case, as pictured above. The rest of the […]
10/18/2011, We all know that Adobe and Apple do have their spats, never mind that they share the same first letter in their 5-letter names. While one of the major weaknesses of iOS devices would be the lack of native Flash support and playback (whom Adobe owns), it is nice to see such minor disagreements do not come in the way of the bigger picture. Adobe has just released an iOS […]
10/03/2011, Adobe has just announced the availability of the Flash Player 11 and AIR 3 for downloads later today at the Adobe MAX event in Los Angeles, so those who have been hankering after both pieces of software will be able to point their browsers towards the download links at 2100 hours (PT) for both desktops as well as supported mobile platforms such as Android and the Amazon Marketplace.
09/27/2011, Are you an artist or designer that requires a graphics tablet in order to get your work done? If you are, the brand Wacom is probably one that is very familiar to you, and the good news is that the company has recently remade their line of tablets, which they are claiming will allow you to get the most range possible for touch input.
09/21/2011, While it seems like Flash isn’t getting much love from a number of operating system these days (even IE10 on Windows 8 Metro UI won’t support it), Adobe hasn’t given up and is still creating updates for it. The company today announced an update to the Flash Player, bringing it up to version 11, along with version 3 of Adobe AIR. With this update, Adobe hopes to improve the performance […]
09/19/2011, Has it been so long already? Adobe has bumped up versions of Photoshop Elements and Premiere Elements to 10, where they are consumer photo- and video-editing applications, respectively, targeting imaging enthusiasts. Individually, these programs will burn a Benjamin in your bank account, where that money will also net you the companion Elements Organizer asset-management utility.
09/15/2011, Mac computers run Flash just fine, but for some reason, Apple has decided to opt out on using Flash for their iOS devices such as the iPhone, iPod touch and the iPad. The lack of Flash on their iOS devices have left users on other platforms gloating, but now it looks like Microsoft will be following in Apple’s footsteps and will be dropping Flash from the mobile version of Windows […]
09/09/2011, If there’s one thing for sure that users on other mobile platforms love to taunt iOS users with is iOS’s inability to play Flash. Apples’s rejection of Flash for iOS device is no secret, with Steve Jobs proclaiming that one of the reasons behind the rejection is due to Flash being buggy. Perhaps tired of trying to convince Apple otherwise, Adobe has figured out a way to get Flash onto […]
09/07/2011, When editing your photos, sometimes manual syncing may cause you to forget to transfer the latest copy from your computer onto your smartphone or tablet, or from desktop to laptop, but thanks to Adobe’s just announced Carousel photo editing and sharing application, those embarrassing moments when you realize your laptop does not have the latest/updated file may be a thing of the past.
08/23/2011, Last week, Adobe wrote an interesting blog post discussing about the results of a question it asked its Facebook fans. The company had asked them about how they manage and back up their photo collections, which basically lead to a wave of responses that included answers like backing up on Flickr, stored on external hard disks, and DVDs. It then went on to ask people about whether they have pushed […]
08/15/2011, If you’re into website design and your work well with Adobe’s graphic tools, you’re going to love Adobe’s upcoming software –Muse (at least that’s its code name for now). Adobe has just released the public beta of its next generation web-design program. It truly eliminates the need for a designer to know code when it comes to creating a website. With Muse, Adobe plans to completely do away with website […]
07/15/2011, Over the months, we’ve been seeing a lot of sites and services start to replace Flash with alternatives such as HTML5 and it looks like Adobe’s domination over multimedia content on the internet might be coming to an end. One such site that recently went through a overhaul to get rid of Flash is the popular radio streaming service: Pandora.
07/13/2011, We do know that Sony has a couple of tablet devices which are being prepared to rock our world – namely the S1 and S2. Well, it is nice of Sony to work closely with Adobe, as the former launched the ‘Adobe AIR App Challenge Sponsored by Sony’ that intends to see a breakthrough when it comes to innovative Android applications for either tablet. To put it in a nutshell, […]