After two years from the latest release from Adobe, and renewing the most famous image editors. Photoshop, in this case CS6 version brings new features and major improvements to performance, all displayed in a free beta.
This is more than an advance: this beta is complete, can be used only for a limited time, and serves to generate Adobe feedback for use by potential customers. We see in this trial all individuals and new features we see in the new editor, and trial versions available on Adobe Labs and work on Mac OS or Windows platform.
Adobe says '...Creative Cloud is a major new initiative that radically redefines the content creation process. Adobe Creative Cloud will become the focal point for creativity, where millions can access desktop and tablet applications, use essential creative services, and share their best work.'
Adobe will continue providing TypeKit service, but now as part of one of the new products of Creative Cloud.
Adobe Creative Cloud is centered around an innovative collection of Adobe Touch Apps that re-imagine creative software for the mobile age and enable tablet devices to be an integral part of the creative process.
Samsung showed off the Galaxy Tab 8.9 back in March at CTIA and yesterday they made the U.S. announcement official with a release date of 2 October. You will be able to find this new Android tablet for $469 for the 16GB model and $569 for the 32GB model this weekend. Samsung also revealed the Galaxy Player 4.0 and 5.0, essentially Android smartphones without the cellular phone capability.
Microsoft and Turn 10 Studios have unveiled a variety of details about the upcoming Forza Motorsport 4 racing game, including a date for the demo of the title, information about the Season Pass for the game's eventual DLC, as well as a list of cars that will be available for those who buy the game in the first few weeks.
Xbox 360 gamers are getting ready for a new major release, as after last week's Gears of War 3, Turn 10 Studios is putting the finishing touches on Forza Motorsport 4, set to hit the console in October.
With a little over six weeks having passed since its launch, the fuss about Google+ has died down. Google today shook things up again with the introduction of games.
When Google+ launched on June 28, early adopters praised the minimalist, clutter-free feel of the UI. Several people in my circles mentioned the lack of games specifically. Well, today Google filled that void. The company has added games to its brand new social network.
Video games are looking better and better these days, but, considering platforms like the PlayStation 3 or Xbox 360 are getting a bit old, developers and even hardware manufacturers are demanding new devices in order to really make experiences as close to realism as possible.
EA's development chief for the FIFA franchise, David Rutter begs to differ, and says that photo realism is within the grasp of developers, but it's much more important to focus on delivering a great gameplay experience than rendering the most perfect objects.
Bethesda's next game is a first-person stealth/action adventure, and we've got the first look at it in our upcoming August issue. There are dozens of reasons why you should care about this weird-looking game you've never heard of. A few of the most important ones are after the jump.
It's been a couple of weeks since Google+ launched and, despite the limited availability, it seems that it has already gotten millions of users, this while struggling to keep people out, for most of that time.
There's no official hard number yet, it may be too early anyway, but Google's former CEO Eric Schmidt said that, while he does not have an exact number, there are now millions of Google+ users.
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg revealed that the company was launching something "awesome" the next week. A short while later, the company made it official, sending invitations to an event on July 6. But it didn't reveal any details on the announcement.
The latest rumors, which have been confirmed by different sources, say that Facebook is launching a group video chat option, powered by Skype, but built by Facebook.
Facebook users will be able to get together for video chat using the in-browser app or a desktop component, though it isn't clear whether this means Skype or a Facebook-built app.
After three months of development and a release candidate version that's been available over the weekend that everyone pinned as the final build, Firefox 5 Final is finally officially launched. The latest version of the popular web browser is the fastest iteration yet, though it's the first of many since Mozilla wants a new major version launched every six weeks.
While Firefox 5 is an important milestone, the first in the rapid release cycle, the first to get automatic add-on compatibility and so on, for the regular user, it's not much of an update.
Under the old version scheme, it would have been labeled as Firefox 4, but this will be the standard moving forward, small updates and few features coming every few weeks.