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Adobe launches some new mobile apps and its first hardware, plus a new software development kit that it hopes will bring in third-party supporters.
Jefferies and CNET are conducting a new survey about Adobe's subscription program and increasingly elderly CS6 software. Will you renew? What competing products have you bought?
Xara Designer Pro X9, which bundles the company's tools for image editing, illustration, Web design, and layout, now is available, and customers don't need a subscription.
Adobe's controversial all-Creative Cloud transition for its Creative Suite applications is now available to subscribers.
While haters are hating Adobe's shift to subscription-only software, a price comparison shows plenty of customers won't be gouged by the Cloud.
Depending on your feelings about Creative Cloud, you're either going to want to pop the champagne or sharpen your pitchfork. The Creative Suite products go cloud-only, but get better integration and new features.
The company has slashed the cost of its Creative Cloud subscription in Australia to match the price charged in the United States.
Been waiting for a better Photoshop or Illustrator experience on your fancy high-resolution Mac? Adobe has delivered.
Cutting the Creative Cloud subscription price 40 percent to $30 a month is a big draw -- but what'll happen at full price? Also: Photoshop and Illustrator get Retina support.
CNET and Jefferies are curious to hear if you think Adobe's subscription plan, its Web developer tools, and its Creative Suite 6 are worth the price. We'll publish survey results later.