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  • News: Adobe Shows Off Prototype Blur-Fixing Feature

    Adobe Photoshop could soon help salvage all those photographs you keep thinking would be "perfect if they weren't so blurry." Adobe recently demoed an early prototype for a one-click "deblurring" feature, tentatively called "restore sharp image," that turns a blurry image into a clearer and more usable photograph.

  • News: Netflix's Qwikster Backtrack is a Bad Idea

    Netflix's last few months have been a complete disaster.

  • News: Netflix Kills Qwikster DVD Plan

    Netflix announced Monday it is abandoning its plan to spin off its DVD video rentals into a separate service called Qwikster and will instead continue to host on Netflix.com its streaming and DVD-by-mail rentals -- but the unpopular summer price hike remains.

  • News: Web creatives weigh in on Adobe Flash Player 11 and AIR 3

    While HTML5 is replacing Flash for mainstream sites, online games and media-rich apps will get a boost from Flash Player 11 and AIR3.

  • News: Designers respond to Adobe's acquisition of Nitobi, TypeKit

    Creatives at Adobe's MAX 2011 event in Los Angeles respond to Adobe's purchase of two highly-regarded web platforms

  • News: YouTube launches movie rental service in the UK

    Film fans in the UK can now access a range of them via the YouTube video-sharing site. The Google-owned video-sharing site YouTube has started offering movie downloads in the UK, following successful launches in the US and Canada.

  • News: OpenWorld 2011: It's all about video - Cisco's Chambers

    Cisco is betting that video-based collaboration will be the foremost driver of productivity -- and customer dollars for the troubled networking vendor -- in the coming decade.

  • News: Four ways to shoot night portraits

    Oh, what a night it was. The stars were twinkling, the owls were hooting, and your date looked marvelous. Too bad your photos of the evening look like you are snowmen in a blackout.

  • News: Youtube launches in Kenya

    YouTube yesterday launched a Kenyan domain name extension youtube.co.ke at the Tribe Hotel, Nairobi. This will help in accessing, streaming and keeping locally developed edutainment content local and therefore saving the users the cost of accessing locally developed content through expensive international links. Kenyan users will also be able to get local YouTube hits from YouTube searchers through the local domain as and not youtube.com.

  • News: Video Format War: Blu-ray vs. Streaming

    Just as Netflix and its customers are ditching plastic DVD media, Blu-ray discs and players are growing in popularity. The two trends seem incongruous, so what gives?

  • News: Adobe MAX: Publishers discuss DPS SE iPad publishing system

    We speak to the National Geographic, independent art magazine Clear and Adobe's Ricky Liversidge about the new low-cost InDesign-driven iPad publishing system.

  • News: Logitech looks to iPhone 5 for video meetings

    The Apple iPhone 5, expected to be announced on Tuesday, should be able to use Logitech's ClearSea videoconferencing software to tie mobile users into meetings alongside high-end telepresence systems and other platforms, according to Logitech.

  • News: Yahoo revamps video site

    Yahoo has redesigned its video site to make it a central repository for the video content spread out over its various other sites, a move it expects will draw more viewers and attract more advertising.

  • News: Adobe MAX 2011: Adobe launches iPad publishing app

    Single Edition allows users to publish single-issue content as an iPad app at £255 a shot, all in.

  • News: Adobe MAX 2011: Adobe buys webfonts service TypeKit

    Adobe has acquired webfonts service Typekit, which lets interactive designers replace standard web fonts with seamlessly-downloaded typography.

  • News: Adobe MAX 2011: Adobe launches Photoshop for Android, iPad

    Adobe has launched Touch Apps -- a family of six apps for Android tablets and the Apple iPad offering tools for sketching, image editing, creating mood boards and presentation.

  • News: Adobe MAX 2011: Adobe buys Phonegap developer Nitoibi

    Adobe has acquired Nitobi, the creator of PhoneGap and PhoneGap Build. The annoucement was made at the company's Max 2011 conference in Los Angeles.

  • News: Adobe announces six Touch tablet apps

    In conjunction with its new Creative Cloud initiative, Adobe has announced six mobile apps designed to make it easier for artists and designers to create and share their work. Files created with the apps--Photoshop Touch, Collage, Debut, Ideas, Kuler, and Pronto--can be shared, viewed across devices, and transferred into Adobe Creative Suite CS5.5 for further refinement.

  • News: Adobe embraces touch with six new apps

    Adobe plans to release six applications designed to be used exclusively on touch-based devices, including apps to execute creative tasks such as photo editing and Web page design, the company announced Monday.

  • News: Groups praise US, seven other countries for signing ACTA

    The U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the Software and Information Industry Association (SIIA) both applauded the signing of the controversial Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) by representatives of the U.S., Japan, and six other governments in Toyko on Saturday.



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