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  • Moleskine Smart Notebook With Creative Cloud Demo

    Using Moleskine’s New Smart Notebook Is Like Magic

    We covered Moleskine’s launch of its new Adobe Cloud-enabled Smart Notebook, but after using one in practice, the tech has clearly merited another look. You can see a live trial of the entire process above, which takes under two minutes and offers up an editable .SVG file pretty much the same as those you’ll get from a $2,000+ digital display and drawing tablet combo. The anchor… Read More

  • Adobe’s Cloud Photoshop Suggests We May Finally Realize The Dream Of Streamed Computing

    Adobe’s Cloud Photoshop Suggests We May Finally Realize The Dream Of Streamed Computing

    I’ve been writing about tech for nearly a decade now, and in that time, one thing has always seemed perpetually promising, and yet also ultimately unsatisfying: remote streaming consumer computing. I’m not talking about remotely connecting to your work PC to grab a couple of files, but actually using programs interchangeably with your own local apps, despite some being hosted and… Read More

  • Moleskine Smart Notebook Turns Your Sketches Into Adobe-Friendly Vector Files

    Moleskine Smart Notebook Turns Your Sketches Into Adobe-Friendly Vector Files

    Digital tools may one day replace traditional creative media altogether, but we’re definitely not there yet, and Moleskine is doing a good job of straddling the old and the new with its software tie-ins. A new partnership today brings its sketchbooks support for Adobe creative software, letting you turn your sketches into fully manipulable vectors via the Moleskine Smart Notebook app… Read More

  • Adobe Launches Smart Portfolio-Based Talent Search For Recruiters On Behance

    Adobe Launches Smart Portfolio-Based Talent Search For Recruiters On Behance

    When Adobe bought Behance in December 2012, it looked like a smart matchup for both companies and the acquisition is definitely starting to pay off for Adobe. Over time, the company has integrated more of Behance’s features into its own products, but the site itself continues to thrive, too. Today, Adobe is adding a new feature to Behance that will make it an even more attractive… Read More

  • Metaio Launches The First Augmented Reality Plugin For Adobe InDesign

    Metaio Launches The First Augmented Reality Plugin For Adobe InDesign

    We first showed you Metaio’s Creator platform for easy integration of Augmented Reality into magazines, way back in 2011. The software, makes it easy for print designers to select imagery in their layouts and turn those images into AR markers to launch digital content when you view the final magazine page through special software or eyewear. It’s an interesting way to extend the… Read More

  • Adobe Brings Photoshop For Chromebooks To Its Education Customers

    Adobe Brings Photoshop For Chromebooks To Its Education Customers

    For the longest time, pundits said that Google’s Chromebook initiative wouldn’t amount to much because Chrome OS couldn’t run complex applications like Photoshop. Those pundits will have to find another example now, because starting today, Photoshop will run on Chrome OS and on Chrome for Windows (if you are an Adobe education customer). Read More

  • Adobe Acquires Photo-Editing Platform Aviary

    Adobe Acquires Photo-Editing Platform Aviary

    Aviary just announced that it has been acquired by Adobe. For those of you who haven’t heard of it, Aviary offers a software development kit to developers who want to add photo-editing capabilities to their apps. (Aviary has also created apps of its own, which it says have been downloaded 100 million times, as well as options for advertisers to turn filters and stickers into ads.) At… Read More

  • AOL, Adobe, Salesforce Among 30 US Companies Said To Be Violating EU Data Transfer Deal

    AOL, Adobe, Salesforce Among 30 US Companies Said To Be Violating EU Data Transfer Deal

    Thirty US companies — including software giant Adobe, TechCrunch owner AOL and SaaS CRM purveyor Salesforce.com — have been identified as in probable violation of a EU-US agreement aimed at safeguarding personal data transfers in a complaint filed with the FTC by US consumer privacy rights NGO the Center for Digital Democracy. Read More

  • New Search Engine Unmasks The Hackers

    New Search Engine Unmasks The Hackers

    Indexeus.net looks like it could have been a Y Combinator project. With a slick design, snappy copy, and a bitcoin-based payment system, it looks unusually legit. But what the site is hiding is the produce of hundreds of hacking efforts from around the web. I’ve left out the link because it’s unclear if the site may deliver malware now or in the future. You can type it in if… Read More

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