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Flash Just Patched A Huge Security Flaw

Adobe just patched up a gaping security flaw that could affect anyone who logs on to eBay, Tumblr, Instagram or other popular sites. If you’re a person who visits any of those domains (or, really, any website out there that might use Flash), you really should update right now.


Why Apple Won't Miss Aperture, And Neither Should You

Aperture, Apple’s pro software for cataloging and editing photos, is being put out to pasture. The move is indicative of what many see as the company’s continuing drift away from robust, capable software. But there probably won’t be many tears shed for good ol’ Aperture, which always seemed to be running an uphill battle.


Adobe Creative Cloud 2014: Australian Hands On, Pricing And Info

Adobe’s Creative Cloud suite of design, photography and other software has had a massive overhaul overnight. 14 updated desktop apps, three new and unique iPad apps, and for the first time ever some hardware — an interactive ruler and pressure-sensitive artist’s pen — combine to create a pretty compelling reason to ditch the old software and move into the cloud.


Ink And Slide: Hands On With Adobe's New iPad Drawing Tools

Last year, Adobe took its first foray into the hardware world with two cutely named digital drawing devices, projects Mighty and Napoleon. The software giant is now ready to launch the fully formed duo under new monikers. Meet Ink and Slide. They’re (mostly) pretty great.


The Best New Feature In Photoshop CC

Adobe is announcing a new release of Photoshop CC today. It comes with one particularly cool feature: the ability to automatically select the out-of-focus areas of an image.


Photoshop Mix: Desktop-Lite Photo Editing Lands On The iPad

Adobe has released three new iPad-only creative apps today. There are two drafting and sketching apps that are partnered with some neat hardware, and a robust photo editing app called Photoshop Mix, which borrows some of the tools and workflow from its desktop big brother.


If This 54-Year-Old Software Can Finally Release, Anything Is Possible

When development started in 1960, many people thought Project Xanadu would change the world. Then one delay led to another and another and another. But after 54 years in development the world’s most delayed software went live.


This MIT Portrait Software Could Smarten Up Your Selfies

Selfies may have exploded in popularity, but the majority of them still suck. Now, though, software from MIT, which uses professional portraiture photography as inspiration to create dramatic images from humble snaps, could change that.


Adobe Voice: A Free iPad App For Pitching Brilliant Ideas To The World

Everyone with a cool new idea or vision wants a concise and beautiful video to illustrate their story and broadcast it to the world. But, oh, right — you suck at all things visual and just learned how to make something move in After Effects. Adobe’s new iPad app, Voice, is there to hold your hand in the making of presentation videos.


You Can Download Adobe's Patch For The Internet Explorer Flaw Right Now

Just a little over a day after Microsoft revealed a massive Internet Explorer vulnerability, Adobe is pushing out an emergency security update to patch the Flash-enabled flaw. In other words, if you’re an IE user (and statistically 26 per cent of you are), go and download it right now.


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