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Apr 17, 2014 - 05:15 PM EDT — AAPL: 524.94 (+5.93, +1.14%) | NASDAQ: 4095.516 (+9.291, +0.23%)

Tag: Adobe

  1. Tech workers seek to use Steve Jobs evidence in upcoming trial on no-hire deals

    The case is largely built on emails among top executives, including Apple’s late chief executive Steve Jobs…

  2. When iPhoto isn’t enough: Four reasons to upgrade your software

    iPhoto is an excellent tool for basic photo management and editing, but…

  3. Adobe Lightroom comes to iPad as $9.99/month subscriptionware

    Adobe Lightroom, beloved by photographers as a tool to sift through hundreds…

  4. Apple, Google, other firms could pay ‘blindingly high’ $9 billion in anti-poaching suit

    A class-action lawsuit from tech sector employees against employers including Apple…

  5. Google begged Steve Jobs for permission to hire engineers for its new Paris office. Guess what happened next…

    A hearing in the salary fixing lawsuit brought against Apple, Google and other tech giants…

  6. A whiff of settlement in Silicon Valley anti-poaching case

    Plaintiffs in the class-action suit claim that top executives of Apple, Google, Intel and Adobe…

  7. Steve Jobs wasn’t okay with Google hiring even former Apple engineers

    Many top executives from firms like Intel, Google, and Apple were all party…

  8. Adobe’s Flash Player gets yet another emergency update

    Adobe has urged users of its Flash Player plug-in to install an update…

  9. Macworld reviews Pixelmator 3.1 Marble: New tools, expanded capabilities nudge photo editing app into pro arena

    Pixelmator 3.1 Marble is the latest iteration of an image editing app…

  10. QuarkXPpress: One of the greatest business failures in modern tech

    Ignoring – or worse, dissing – the Mac, especially when you’re a maker of publishing software is suicide…

  11. Adobe adds new 3D printing capabilities to Photoshop CC

    Adobe Creative Cloud is available via subscription…

  12. Judge Koh: 60,000 Silicon Valley workers may pursue collusion case against Apple, Google, others as group

    Roughly 60,000 Silicon Valley workers won clearance to pursue a lawsuit accusing Apple…

  13. With Pixelmator 3.0 FX, who needs Photoshop?

    Pixelmator has long been my graphics editing program of choice…

  14. Apple shuns Adobe Photoshop in favor of Pixelmator 3 to show off Mac Pro performance

    If you look at Apple’s website showing Apple’s upcoming Mac Pro…

  15. Steve Jobs was right (yet again): Adobe has an epically abysmal security record

    Adobe’s massive security breach last week is just the latest in its long, troubled history…

  16. Adobe goes crazy, gives its Creative Cloud apps to teams for a drop-dead low price

    Late last night, Adobe unwrapped a heck of a deal for teams of designers and developers…

  17. OS X Mavericks Preview: Safari Power Saver cuts Adobe Flash off at the knees

    Nothing heats a Mac up (or drains its battery) faster than power-hungry Flash…

  18. Adobe Photoshop Creative Cloud already cracked and pirated in just one day

    With all the recent discussion about Adobe’s Creative Cloud model…

  19. QuarkXPress offers upgrade deal for those unhappy with Adobe InDesign subscriptions

    Users of the InDesign layout software who are disgruntled by Adobe’s move…

  20. Pixelmator 2.2 a legitimate Photoshop replacement that costs just $14.99

    Pixelmator is an amazingly tight piece of code that’s extremely fast, functional, and beautiful…

  21. Adobe unveils iPad-compatible, cloud-enabled ‘Project Mighty’ smart stylus and ‘Napoleon’ digital ruler

    Adobe has announced two new cloud-enabled hardware offerings…

  22. What if you didn’t own software licenses?

    As you know, when you buy an app, you don’t actually own it…

  23. Adobe goes subscription-only, rebrands Creative Suite as Creative Cloud

    Adobe’s new model will see users subscribing to the $50/month Creative Cloud system…

  24. Adobe to bring Lightroom-style photo editing to iPad

    Adobe Systems plans to release high-end photo-editing software for iPad…

  25. Apple blames ‘old fashioned’ record labels, film studios, TV networks for high Australian prices

    Apple Inc blamed “old-fashioned” record companies, film studios and TV networks…