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Adobe Lightroom Mobile for iPad launched

Adobe Lightroom Mobile for iPad launched
Announcing Adobe Lightroom mobile, a companion app for the iPad.
Read more Apr 8 2014, 2:09am CDT


Adobe Lightroom is Now Mobile With Apple iPad App

Adobe Lightroom Goes Mobile With iPad App
Adobe expands Lightroom, its professional photo editing software, beyond the desktop, with the launch of an iPad...
Read more Apr 8 2014, 1:31am CDT

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This Is How Much Startup Founders Pay Themselves (And It's Less Than You Think)

Source: The Business Insider

When a startup gets handed that first big check, how much of that can they dedicate to their own livelihoods? To read the tech media, you'd think they're all millionaires and billionaires. But they're not. According to Brad Feld, a VC at Foundry Group, the short answer is: $100,000 - $250,000 in cash salary, with the CEO generally earning the most salary. potential bonus money of $0 - $100,000 and equity (ran ...
Full article at: The Business Insider 9 hours ago

Adobe Muse Makes It Simple To Create Professional Websites

When I think of Adobe, the first things that come to mind are Flash, and Acrobat—or more precisely the Reader utility...
Read more Mar 18 2014, 4:00pm CDT

Selective adjustments in Lightroom: use this workflow to add punch to seascapes

Source: PhotoRadar

Are your seascapes often flat and lifeless? In this tutorial we show you how to use selective adjustments and Clarity in Adobe Lightroom to add punch and contrast to your images. Our before and after 01 Tweak the colour Before adjusting individual areas of the image, you can make some basic adjustments to the whole image. The main adjustments are to the Vibrance and Saturation. By setting the Vibrance to around -60 and the Saturation to around +60, you boost the blues and greens to e ...
Full article at: PhotoRadar 1 day ago, 6:01pm CDT

'Throwback Thursday' Inspires 'Kids with Beards' Blog

Source: NBC Philadelphia

The weekly social media sensation known as “Throwback Thursday” has inspired a local man to create a blog that is bound to cause smiles. The blog and Instagram account “Kids with Beards” has a collection of young children with all different types of facial hair. The photos have received such a positive response, blog owner Mark D’Avella decided to make a Facebook and Twitter account for the photos as well. So far, “Kids with ...
Full article at: NBC Philadelphia 1 day ago, 4:55pm CDT

Adobe’s support for the ConnectED Initiative by the President

Adobe’s support for the ConnectED Initiative by the President
Adobe will contribute around $300 million in the form of free software to schools to promote the use of technology in education
Read more Mar 1 2014, 10:54am CST

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Customized gold iPhones given away as wedding favors
Customized gold iPhones given away as wedding favors
President of Nigeria had his daughter’s wedding and each guests received a gold iPhone as wedding favor
Leaked images show off OnePlus One, StyleSwap covers too
Leaked images show off OnePlus One, StyleSwap covers too
The handset has a minimalistic design approach which falls perfectly in sync with the typical Oppo style
Rufus Cuff seems too big to be a wristwatch wearable
Rufus Cuff seems too big to be a wearable
Once connected, it can be used for mobile data, making calls and sending texts

Review: Updated: ThinkPad X1 Carbon review


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Introduction and designBusiness laptops are boring. There, I said it, and I doubt many would disagree. And judging by the looks of the new Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon, the company's designers would likely nod in agreement. Lenovo has developed a knack for sexing up the business Ultrabook, for better or worse – just look at the ThinkPad Yoga.I'm glad to report that this X1 Carbon makeover resulted in more for the better, but it ...
Full article at: 2 days ago, 4:28pm CDT

Steve Jobs' character becomes issue in Silicon Valley no-hiring case

Source: Mac World

Tech workers suing over an alleged no-poaching agreement among Silicon Valley firms are fighting an attempt by defendants to ban evidence that might portray Steve Jobs as a bad guy. The case centers on alleged secret agreements struck among companies including Apple, Google and Adobe that they would not try to hire each others’ workers. The tech workers say that drove down their wages and restricted their mobility. In the pretrial period, plaintiffs referred to materials s ...
Full article at: Mac World 2 days ago, 2:55pm CDT

Adobe And Microsoft Team Up To Stream Sochi From The Cloud

Remember those heady days when many (myself included) doubted that high bandwidth workloads like video would live, and...
Read more Feb 4 2014, 8:30am CST


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