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Facebook's logo is getting a refresh.
The social media giant said it's changing its corporate logo from one that's synonymous with its main Facebook app and website to one that can better mesh with the other products it owns and operates that includes Instagram, Whatsapp and Oculus The new branding which has the Facebook name spelled out and a different font was quote designed for clarity and uses custom typography and capitalization to create visual distinction between the company and app.
Adobe is designing a version of Illustrator for the iPad from the ground up with a touch first focus.
Look for the new version to take advantage of the core features of Apple's Pencil tool, and also a file management system that relies heavily on cloud based access.
Right now Adobe says the new app will hit the iPad sometime in 2020.
And finally, Google's Play Store rewards program is making its way to the US after a preliminary launch in Japan.
It will start this week and you'll soon be able to earn Google Play points with every purchase that can be redeemed for actual play store credit.
The program will also offer different reward tiers that will get unlocked as you gain more points.
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