The dual-pixel raw format lets photographers fine-tune focus and clear up distracting flare. Those advantages won't be restricted to Canon's own software forever, though.
Adobe brings it into parity with the Android version by adding support for Apple's document picker.
Starting next year, Firefox users will have to click on a webpage to activate the Flash plug-in.
Photo enthusiasts should appreciate raw editing and an advanced camera mode -- but some new features are available only with a paid subscription.
Mac OS X users with the Flash plug-in installed in Safari will need to make sure they're running the latest version.
It's the new default for an old technology. You'll be asked if you want to turn on the Flash plug-in for websites that may still require it.
Spark on the Web aggregates the company's free consumer mobile graphics-creation tools.
It takes the capabilities company's consumer iOS apps but lets you work in a Web browser.
Adobe Character Animator created a live episode of the Simpsons with the animated characters improvising in real-time.
Adobe's Flash Player will be switched off by default at the end of this year, meaning Chrome users will need to actively turn it on for all but a handful of top websites.
The firm known for Photoshop is jumping into "user generated content," aka Internet comments, by buying Livefyre.
In addition to tweaks for Acrobat's annotations and accessibility, Document Cloud brings signature and sign-up integration to Marketing Cloud.
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