Adobe has announced the next version of its all-conquering Creative Suite, now renamed (or subsumed into) Creative Cloud.
Availability is set for June 2013. There will not be any perpetual licenses for the updated applications:
Can I purchase a perpetual license for the new Creative Cloud (CC) desktop applications that were announced in
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Adobe has announced a shift in its business strategy, together with the loss of around 750 employees.
So what is changing? Adobe says it will be focusing on digital media and digital marketing, while investing less in “certain enterprise solution product lines.” In line with this strategy, Adobe acquired video advertising company auditude last week.
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Adobe announced six touch apps for Android and Apple iPad tablets yesterday at its MAX conference in Los Angeles. These hook into cloud services offered by the Creative Cloud, also just announced.
My favourite among the new apps is Adobe Debut. The problem this addresses: you want to show your client the work you have
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I have been trying several cross-platform development tools for mobile, and today I set out to create an Adobe AIR app for Android using the new Flash Builder 4.5, available separately or as part of the Creative Suite CS5.5.
I made another calculator app, which may seem boring but gives me a chance to compare
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Adobe’s forthcoming Creative Suite 5.5 includes a significant change to its audio editing support. The Soundbooth application has gone, replaced by a new version of Adobe Audition for both Mac and Windows.
I thought this was good news. Audition has always been an excellent product, even back in the days when it was Cool
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Adobe has proudly declared its first billion dollar quarter, $1,008 m in the quarter ending Dec 3 2010 versus $757.3 m in the same quarter of 2009.
I am not a financial analyst, but a few things leap out from the figures. One is that Omniture, the analytics company Adobe acquired at the end of
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