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Adobe Photoshop Security Reaches New Low

Adobe Photoshop CS 5.5 was released about a year ago. CS6 is out now, but with 5.5 barely being a year old, anyone who bought it could safely expect Adobe to keep it up to date for a while, right? Not so much.

Adobe Nearly Blown Away By Winds Of Change

Adobe unveiled CS6 and Creative Cloud in San Francisco today. It trucked in a bunch of enormous, branded balloons because, you know, cloud. But it’s really windy today! And even with giant anchors, it’s having trouble keeping its stuff grounded.

How Adobe's Creative Cloud Membership Software Pricing Actually Works

Adobe has launched “membership” software subscriptions under the Creative Cloud banner. Those deals can make Adobe’s often-costly software notably cheaper, but what seems like a simple monthly payment is actually a little more complicated. Here’s what you need to know.

5 Reasons Why The New Photoshop Is A Big Deal

It’s CS6 day! Adobe just dropped Creative Suite 6, which means a trove of updated apps with new features that make it seem like magical gremlins live inside your computer, processing your images.

Adobe Creative Cloud And Creative Suite 6 Arrive

Adobe released its new Creative Cloud and Creative Suite 6 today, and clearly, it wants to push you towards the former. The company is betting big on its Internet-powered software and gambling that customers will pay to come along for the ride.

Photoshop CS6 Review: The Best Photoshop Update In Recent Memory

I’m in love with Photoshop CS6 after working with the beta during the past few weeks. For the first time in many years, this one is a must-have update.

Photoshop CS6 Will Easily Fake A Shallow Depth Of Field

Even though you’re only shooting with the crappy camera built into your smartphone, Photoshop CS6’s new Blur Gallery will easily make it look like your shots came from an expensive DSLR.

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