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Photoshop Streaming: Why?

So, the news is out that Adobe is working on a version of Photoshop that will stream in a web browser.  Rumor has it that it will be available exclusively with a Creative Cloud subscription.   140 more words

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More Android apps for your Chromebook: Cookpad Recipes, Couchsurfing, OverDrive

Vine, CloudMagic or Journal are not enough Android apps for you and your Chromebook? Google’s cooked up some new ones:

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The Chromebook...as a PDF Music Reader?

My favorite moment at this year's Iowa Music Educators Association Professional Development Conference came during my “Technology for the Rest of Us” session. I was talking about Chromebooks, and I said, “Nobody is going to hold a Chromebook like a book to read music.” One of the educators in attendance raised his hand and said, “My students do.” . 383 more words

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Acer, Asustek pushing Chromebooks and inexpensive notebooks

Acer is set to invest heavily in Chromebook development in 2015 with related shipments to grow over 50% on year to reach 4.8 million units. Meanwhile, Asustek Computer is also planning to increase its shipments of inexpensive 11.6-inch Windows-based EeeBook notebooks, and the devices are expected to account for over 30% of the vendor’s overall notebook shipments in 2015, surpassing six million units, according to sources in the upstream supply chain. 8 more words

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Fist of Fury.

I have technology anger management issues.
What would they call it in the DSM-V I wonder.

So about four months back I bought an Acer Chromebook to use as a writing tool. 356 more words

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One small step for Adobe, one giant leap for cloud?

That Adobe and Google are working to bring Photoshop to the Chromebook as thin client computing is big news. It works just as how you might imagine: the Chromebook receives inputs and displays outputs; servers elsewhere do all the heavy lifting. 343 more words

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1TB of free Drive space with new Chromebooks

Google is being very generous, but why? Maybe because they want to boost holiday sales on the Chromebook. Or maybe they’re after more subscribers to their survice. 205 more words

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