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How a procrastinator launched a new industry

You can thank Web designers for embracing Photoshop, software that lets anyone turn an OK photograph into something more.

By July 16, 2015


Lucas, Spielberg, Abrams grace Wired cover to honor ILM at 40

Noted filmmakers pose with memorable movie characters like Yoda, E.T. and the Hulk on Wired's June cover to honor George Lucas' movie effects studio Industrial Light & Magic.

By May 19, 2015


Fantastic Adobe video spotlights 25 years of Photoshop artistry

To celebrate Photoshop's 25th anniversary, Adobe releases a video featuring tons of creations by artists worldwide. The video, of course, was made entirely in Photoshop.

By February 19, 2015


Revisiting the legacy of JFK's assassination in Dallas

More than 50 years later, Dallas remains synonymous with one of the most controversial events in US history. CNET visits Dealey Plaza during Road Trip 2014.

By June 18, 2014


I flew a drone! Novice pilot doesn't even hurt anyone

Crave writer Rusty Blazenhoff enlisted in drone "flight school" this week and nervously piloted her first flying camera this week. See how it went.

By June 6, 2014


Ride the Oculus Rift to outer space!

Researchers at the UK's Surrey Space Center are trying to fund a novel way for the 99.999992 percent of us who've never been to outer space to virtually get there.

By March 4, 2014


BMW i3 declassified: Why the Bavarian Motor Works' little EV has big potential

BMW is one of the most respected brands in the world of performance and luxury cars. With new players and innovations shaking up the industry, it needed a shot in the arm. Thus was born Project i.

By November 19, 2013


BitTorrent moves Bundle to private alpha

BitTorrent inches forward with a self-service format for its content system Bundle, as entertainers help support the system that will eventually offer paid torrents.

By September 24, 2013


Adobe releases source code for 1990 version of Photoshop

All 128,000 lines of code for the first version of the pioneering software released 23 years ago are available for free download from the Computer History Museum.

By February 14, 2013


Photoshop 1.0 source code now a museum artifact

The technocurious now can peruse the inner workings of Adobe's first version of the famed image-editing software, written in Pascal and assembly code and released in 1990.

By February 14, 2013