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photoshop.com

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Adobe brings Photoshop.com to the iPhone

New app lets users take and edit photos right on the device, push those shots to their Photoshop.com library, and work all the editing controls with gestures.

By October 9, 2009

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Photoshop.com adds video hosting, group albums

Somewhat behind the competition, Adobe finally adds video and group album capabilities to Photoshop.com.

By August 21, 2009

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Photoshop.com to get more social and in sync

Online laggard Adobe is trying to make up for lost time with more social options for Photoshop.com. Also: a tool to sync online photos with those on your computer.

By November 4, 2008

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Adobe offers Elements with Photoshop.com promo

Adobe Systems' enthusiast-level Photoshop and Premiere editions are out, with a promised promotion for the online Photoshop.com site.

By October 6, 2008

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Adobe delays Photoshop.com, CS4 goodies

Photoshop.com's software sync tool won't arrive until "later this month." Also delayed a couple weeks are the Photoshop CS4 Configurator and the Pixel Bender filter gallery.

By November 11, 2008

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Instant-on OS gets Adobe photo-editing support

Photoshop.com comes to Phoenix Technologies' HyperSpace platform for Netbooks and laptops.

By June 15, 2009

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Hands on preview: Adobe updates its Elements

New versions of Photoshop Elements and Premiere Elements boost organizational capabilities, automation and ties with Photoshop.com.

By September 22, 2009

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Adobe kills low-end Photoshop, urges users online

The image-editing powerhouse suggests users of its low-end software head online to Photoshop.com now that Photoshop Album Starter Edition is discontinued.

By August 6, 2009

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Photoshop app: Now with video

Adobe's venerable Photoshop.com Mobile app can now stream video files from your online account. Version 1.1 also adds new editing tools and artistic borders.

By February 1, 2010

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Adobe extends Photoshop to mobile phones

Photoshop.com Mobile lets people upload and view photos shot with several Windows phones. The subtext here: Adobe is trying to funnel people to its Photoshop site.

By September 25, 2008