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Adobe Shows Off New Photoshop CS6 Features

So, it’s official: Adobe CS6 is out there and in the hands of all you creative types. One of the most popular programs is no doubt going to be Photoshop, but the regulars probably already know all about the new features and what they can do with it. Those people are forgetting a very important new demographic however. With the …

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Adobe CS6 Now Available, Creative Cloud Coming Friday

After hosting an open beta that was downloaded at least over 500,000 times, Adobe has announced that its highly anticipated Creative Suite 6 is now available for purchase. The new version of CS brings many new features to the programs that creative types know and love while innovating in key areas. As we reported last month, Adobe CS6 launches with …

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Exclusive: Adobe on CS6, Creative Cloud, and New Focus

On Monday, Adobe made some big announcements including the next version of its professional design software suite and a new cloud service for syncing, sharing, and storing files. Although there is always excitement surrounding news from the leading company in digital experiences, this week’s announcements were especially intriguing since they included 14 new products and 4 new Creative Suite additions.

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Adobe EchoSign Updates Salesforce Integration

Adobe’s electronic signature and enterprise content management system EchoSign has today released an update to its integration with global enterprise software platform Salesforce, entitled Adobe EchoSign for Salesforce version 12. Adobe acquired EchoSign last July, in a bid to add an e-signature platform to its document exchange services, integrating the software with existing Adobe products SendNow, FormsCentral and CreatePDF. The …

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Adobe Holding Twitterview On CS6 And Creative Cloud

Twitterview is one of those unholy mashup of words that just shouldn’t exist. The idea behind it is noble and I like asking questions via Twitter just like anyone else, but why does it have to be called a Twitterview? Regardless of my years studying the AP stylebook like it was the Bible, Adobe is sticking to their use of …

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Adobe CS6 Detailed, Embraces HTML5

Fans of Adobe have no doubt been waiting for the release of CS6 since it was first announced. The creative types have already got a small taste of what CS6 offers with the successful open beta for Photoshop CS6. The other software tools are now getting detailed in full. Adobe CS6 is going to be comprise of 14 CS6 applications …

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Adobe Shadow Labs Release 2 Now Available

Adobe Shadow, tools that make developing mobile Web sites easier and faster, has been updated today to stay in line with current Web standards. Adobe released the details of the new Shadow Labs Release 2 today. They’re incorporating many of the features that users have requested. The new features added range from expanded development tools to support for new hardware. …

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Adobe CS6 Software Previewed, Expect Demo Next Week

Adobe will be rolling out its new Creative Suite 6 programs at some point this year, with many signs pointing to a June release. While the Photoshop CS6 beta has been the talk of the town, other Adobe programs, like After Effects and Premiere Pro, should not be left out. These tools are expected to be demoed next week at …

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Adobe Reports Search Spending is up 16%

According to a recent report from Adobe, search is still “the biggest driver of return on investment,” in regards to advertising. The quarterly report, entitled “Adobe Digital Index: Global Digital Advertising Update,” stated that compared to Q1 in 2011, search expenditures increased 16 percent in the U.S. and 3 percent in the United Kingdom. An increase in clicks is driving …

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Photoshop CS6 Beta Is Really Popular

Beta testing periods are a common practice among many software manufacturers these days. It’s rare for these tests to be met with the kind of reaction that the Photoshop CS6 beta has met. Of course, Photoshop rarely gets beta releases, so I guess the excitement is understandable. Adobe has revealed the initial figures from their CS6 beta release and the …

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Flash Player Updater Is Now Less Annoying

We reported this morning on the new Flash Player 11.2 update that’s beneficial to developers, especially for games. None of that really affected the end user of Flash though. There was another update brought along with Flash 11.2 that does. Adobe announced some changes to its Flash Player Updater. This is the little annoying box that pops up every time …

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Adobe Flash Player 11.2 Puts Games At The Forefront

Adobe published a white paper last month that outlined their plans for the Flash Player in the future. One of the things mentioned was that the company was going to put an increased focus on gaming applications for Flash and AIR. They took their first step in that direction yesterday. Adobe announced yesterday the release of Flash Player 11.2 and …

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