Adobe’s AI Can Spot Facial Manipulation In Photoshop

While using a tool like Photoshop to digitally manipulate an image is not exactly new, thanks to the advancement of technology, it has become a lot easier to do so. It has also become disturbingly realistic, where AI has been used to create photos and videos of people doing or saying things that are complete fabrications.


Adobe Photoshop For iPad Beta Signups Are Now Open

While some form of Adobe’s Photoshop has always been available on mobile devices, it isn’t quite as robust or complex compared to the desktop version of the app. However, last year announced alongside the new iPad Pros, Adobe also revealed that the “real” Photoshop would be coming to the iPad as well.


Adobe Really Doesn’t You To Use Older Versions Of Creative Cloud Apps

If you were to buy a piece of software, you’d think that you would be able to use it whenever you like and for however long you like, right? Unfortunately, in the case of Adobe, it seems that the company is really not thrilled about its users using older versions of Creative Cloud apps, to the point where it seems that they have sent out warnings to its subscribers to […]


Adobe ‘Testing’ More Expensive Photography Plan

Adobe has more or less fully transitioned to a subscription-based service, where to gain access to its software, customers will need to pay a monthly subscription. Now, there are several plans to choose from depending on your needs, such as the Photography plan in which the cheapest option comes at $10 a month.


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Millions Of Mac Computers Exposed To Malvertising Scam

These days the majority of web content is powered using HTML5, although there are still some websites that are holding out and are still relying on Adobe’s Flash Player. This is something that scammers seem to be aware of and are taking advantage of it as well, according to a report from security firm Confiant (via Tom’s Guide) where it was recently discovered that at least 1 million Mac computers […]


Chrome Will Start Warning Users Of Flash Player’s Deprecation

Back in the early days of the internet where interactive content was starting to become popular on websites, Adobe’s Flash was the darling of the industry where pretty much every website attempted to incorporate its use, whether it be for site navigation, embedding videos, or even creating games.


Adobe Shockwave To Be Discontinued At Last On April 9th

It’s not just Flash that Adobe has given up on. Taking into account customer feedback, Adobe has confirmed that it’s now going to discontinue Shockwave at last for Windows. This will happen next month, on April 9th to be precise, after Adobe already phased out the Director authoring tool and the Mac player two years ago.


Adobe Premiere Pro Bug That Blew Out MacBook Pro Speakers Fixed

We’ve heard of software bugs in the past that have resulted in less than ideal experiences for users. However more recently we have heard a report of how a bug in Adobe Premiere Pro on macOS has resulted in it blowing out the speakers on the MacBook Pro, physically damaging them permanently.


Samsung Galaxy S10 To Get Custom Version Of Adobe Premiere Rush

There are various video or photo editing apps available on our mobile devices, but the good news for those who are planning on getting their hands on the Samsung Galaxy S10 is that the phone will be getting a custom version of Adobe Premiere Rush. The app will not be available at the phone’s launch and is only expected to be made available later this year.


Adobe Premiere Bug Is Permanently Damaging MacBook Pro Speakers

Sometimes we come across software bugs that can cause the software to crash, cause the operating system to reboot, but it isn’t very often that we run into software bugs that can cause permanent and physical damage to a computer’s hardware components. Unfortunately for some MacBook Pro users, that’s what happened to them.


Man Sues Adobe Over Bug That Deleted His Work

Way back in the early days of productivity software, should your computer or software suddenly crash, all your work would be lost. However these days developers have built-in tools that constantly backup your data to ensure that if something unexpected happens, you will have the backup to restore your work from.


ZEISS ZX1 Customers Won’t Need An Adobe Subscription

Last month ZEISS, probably best known for their lenses, announced their first full-frame camera in the form of the ZX1. One of the unique points of the camera is how it will come with Adobe Lightroom CC integrated into the camera itself, meaning that photographers can snap photos and edit them all within the camera.


Adobe Announces ‘Real’ Photoshop Coming To The iPad In 2019

Adobe’s photo and image editing apps have always been available on mobile devices, although they are usually slightly different compared to their desktop counterparts, where they usually offer up the very basic features for light editing on the go. However that will change in 2019 as Adobe will be launching the “real” Photoshop experience on the iPad.


Adobe Premiere Rush Video Editing Tool Available Now

Adobe gave a preview of its multi-platform video editing tool earlier this year. It was referred to as Project Rush at that time. The company has today announced that this tool is now available to the general public. It’s called Premiere Rush and it’s a part of the company’s Creative Cloud suite of software.