Parts of the Document Cloud ecosystem could stand some fleshing out, but the free stuff is nice.
The Samsung Galaxy S6 and the S6 Edge are the smartphones to beat in 2015 so far. This week CNET's editors also found some excellent headphones and luxurious fridges, and checked out some Adobe offerings. Take a look.
Adobe's free iPad app brings whizzy Web-page creation to anyone who's got words, pictures and information they want to share.
This new design-prototyping app finally gives the somewhat fragmented pieces of Creative Cloud a hub between desktop and mobile.
Adobe's latest addition to its stable of Creative Cloud-centered apps is fairly streamlined.
A partnership advances Adobe's technology ideas while making Microsoft's Project Spartan more competitive. For the rest of us, expect a more graphically rich Web.
Adobe's software now can handle raw images from the latest Nikon and Canon SLRs. A new version of Lightroom will get that support -- and likely a range of new editing abilities, too.
For a monthly fee, Adobe hopes to bring us the less-paper office.
Judge Lucy Koh in August rejected the companies' initial $324.5 million offer to settle the case accusing four Silicon Valley giants of conspiring to stay away from each other's employees.
From films and magazine covers to architecture and astrophotography, the impact of Photoshop is everywhere. Here are its more humble beginnings.
Mozilla's Shumway project aims to run the Web's Flash programs without the Flash plugin. It's now running by default for some video tasks in the cutting-edge version of Firefox.
That's $90.5 million more than the previous settlement offer in the case accusing four Silicon Valley giants of conspiring not to hire away each other's employees.
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