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Adobe starts fans bitching about the switch
Los Angeles - Graphics software giant renames its software suite and adopts a software-as-a-service model, jolting users who will have to learn to live way outside the box.
Review: Adobe’s CS6 set to go on two diverging paths
The top-of-the-line graphics and content-creation suite is moving with the times, and embracing all the myriad gadgets that are now displaying content
Op-Ed: Tech's future in a Flash
Apple’s Steve Jobs and Adobe’s Shantanu Narayen got into a celebrated fight last year over Adobe’s Flash product. Adobe has answered with a new toolbox that not only ends that fight but reveals a roadmap for what the future holds
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Adobe vice-president David Wadhwani addresses 5,000 designers, artists, media professionals and journalists in Los Angeles, where he introduced the Creative Cloud, which replaces the Creative Suite.
Adobe's Master Collection Creative Suite 5.5 translates the code it generates into code acceptable to the iPhone and iPad, and extends Adobe's Flash tool extensively.
Microsoft's Surface Studio is the company's first desktop PC
Russia hits out at UN aid chief over 'kill zone' Aleppo
Microsoft announces the Windows 10 'Creators Update'
Graphene holds the key to next-gen hybrid cars
In Iraqi Kurdistan, little regard for Baghdad booze ban
NATO reports progress on eastern troop deployments
'Patient Zero' not responsible for start of HIV epidemic in U.S.
The HY4 — A plane that runs on fuel cells and emits only water
Ontario police will use text messages as new way to find killer
New medical device technology set to benefit patients
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