For the moment, Adobe CS2 continues to be available free of charge. Here's why it always should be, and why other software vendors should follow suit.
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.
Somewhat behind the competition, Adobe finally adds video and group album capabilities to Photoshop.com.
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.
Picnik is shutting down for good on April 19. We'll show you a few alternatives to consider.
Adobe Systems' enthusiast-level Photoshop and Premiere editions are out, with a promised promotion for the online Photoshop.com site.
Adobe's rumored cloud sharing and storage solution rolls out for Apple devices.
Adobe has given designers a sneak peek at a new version of Photoshop designed for the iPad, offering fuller editing features than the existing iOS Photoshop Express app.
Sick of the hipster photo filters? Adobe's new iOS version of Photoshop has a $4 Camera Pack with noise reduction and a self-timer.
Some minor but worthwhile upgrades put a cherry on top of Adobe's already solid image-editing app. Best of all, it's still a freebie.