Adobe just dropped a bomb at its Creativity Conference, Adobe Max. The company has announced that it will abandon its entire range of Creative Suite products and focus entirely on Creative Cloud. The news comes as a surprise after Adobe embraced Creative Suite for almost a decade.
If Google has Google Glass, then Adobe has the Mighty Pen. Three highly innovative, cutting edge tech gadgets, combining software and hardware were showcased at the Adobe MAX 2013 conference just a few hours ago.
Enterprise IT teams sitting in different locations can now work together in real time thanks to this new product by Adobe Systems Incorporated (Nasdaq:ADBE). Launched at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) in Los Angeles, California, USA on April 8, the Adobe Anywhere for video allows a collaborative workflow platform that empowers teams using Adobe professional video tools to work together.
Kevin Lynch, formerly CTO at Adobe, has jumped the ship to join a company he wasn't really much fond of in the past. Lynch will soon join Apple and will be reporting to Bob Mansfield, SVP of Technologies at Apple. He has been with Adobe for the last eight years, during which he was the company's chief technology officer for five years.
Adobe Systems Incorporated is set to revive the creative, artisan instinct of creative professionals in India with launch of the Adobe Creative Cloud. The company has provided radical new way of accessing Adobe's iconic tools and services.
Not many analysts had predicted the earnings to end up at such a level, so when the company’s quarterly results were declared, they but naturally sent the company’s share prices soaring. Adobe Systems Inc, maker of Photoshop and Acrobat software, reported its financial performance for the first quarter of 2013, declaring revenue collected at US $1.008 billion. The company had achieved US $1.045 billion in revenue Q1 2012.
eLearning is something which most of the enteprrises struggle, with not enough matured software to meet the modern demands of enabling courses on various devices. Adobe since embracing HTML5 late last year has scaled all of its products to cloud and mobile platforms offering much more value to customers.
Adobe Systems Incorporated today announced Adobe® Creative Cloud™, a new way of providing tools and services that will change the game for creatives worldwide. A subscription-based offering, Adobe Creative Cloud is a hub for making, sharing and delivering creative work and it is centered around a powerful release of Adobe Creative Suite® 6 software, packed with innovation across its industry-defining design, Web, video and digital imaging tools.
Adobe has released Shadow, a free mobile development tool for previewing interactive design projects on different mobile devices at once. The program, posted on Adobe Labs, is in beta and available as a free download. Shadow, which allows your mobile devices to synchronously browse with your desktop computer, is designed to aid in the testing and inspection of new designs and design updates.