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  • News: Adobe snubs Vista compatibility

    Adobe says it will not issue Vista-compatible updates to the current versions of its products.

  • News: Adobe to webcast CS3 event

    Adobe is to webcast the special launch event for Creative Suite 3 on 27 March from New York. Starting at 7:30pm GMT, the event will be available from Adobe's website.

  • News: YouTube & Google hit with $1bn lawsuit

    Viacom International is suing YouTube and its parent company Google for more than $1bn, saying the companies are infringing on Viacom's copyrights because almost 160,000 unauthorised video clips are available for viewing on YouTube.

  • News: Motorola invests in HD video chipmaker

    Motorola's venture capital arm has invested in Amimon, an Israeli company that designs chips for wirelessly transmitting high-definition video.

  • News: New HP camera offers instant editing

    HP has announced the HP Photosmart R837 - a digital camera that the company says can touch up photos in an instant without having to connect to a photo-editing program, or even a PC.

  • News: Microsoft's HD Photo takes aim at JPEG

    Microsoft will soon submit a new photo format to an international standards organisation that it says offers higher-quality images with better compression.

  • News: 'Extended' version of Photoshop CS3 planned

    Adobe plans to unveil two versions of its flagship image editor when it announces the rest of its Creative Suite 3 bundle on 27 March.

  • News: Nikon upgrades popular D40 digital SLR

    Nikon will release the D40x, an upgrade to its popular D40 entry-level digital SLR, on 29 March. The new camera captures higher-resolution images than the D40, and has improved metering and colour balance.

  • News: Adobe refutes CS3 'release date'

    Following Adobe's announcement that it will be formally launching the next version of its Photoshop Creative Suite on 27 March, the company has clarified that the software will not be shipping until later in the Spring.

  • News: Violence ban on citizen journalists

    The French Constitutional Council has approved a law that criminalises the filming or broadcasting of acts of violence by people other than professional journalists. The law could lead to the imprisonment of eyewitnesses who film acts of police violence, or operators of websites publishing the images, one French civil liberties group warned today.

  • News: BBC to use IBM's video search

    The BBC has turned to IBM to introduce a new video search system and provide support in other technology areas such as content distribution and rights management.

  • News: 'Online Photoshop' isn't for pros

    Following news that Adobe is working on an online version Photoshop, senior product manager John Nack has clarified that this is aimed at consumers, not creative pros.

  • News: 'Online Photoshop' details emerge

    Adobe plans to launch an online version of its image-editing program, Photoshop, within six months.

  • News: Tesco software now available online

    Tesco’s line of own-branded PC software is now available online through the Tesco Direct website.

  • News: Adobe puts video-editing online

    Adobe’s web-based video-editing technology will be delivered online when it’s integrated into the free image and video-hosting service, Photobucket.

  • News: Canon digital SLR and 10 compact cameras unveiled

    Canon today announced 43 new products, ranging from compact cameras and DVD camcorders to photo printers and a surveillance camera. Crowning jewel was the EOS 1D Mark III – a successor to Canon's existing and hugely popular EOS 1D digital SLR camera.

  • News: Next-gen Sony cameras leaked in UK

    They're not due to be officially announced until next week, but details of Sony Corp.'s new line-up of digital still cameras hit numerous websites yesterday.

  • News: Photoshop Lightroom released in UK

    Adobe has released the first commercial version of its Photoshop Lightroom photographic software. Those who purchase the software before 30 April will pay £125 plus VAT, but after that date the price rises to £175 plus VAT.

  • News: Nikon launches best-ever Coolpix camera

    Nikon has updated its Coolpix range of digital still cameras with seven new models.

  • News: Adobe Premiere Pro hits Macs before PCs

    The new version of Premiere Pro, Adobe's real-time video editing software, will be available on the Mac before it is available on the PC

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