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Bandwidth usage to be cut by 98% during mobile image processing with new technique

Adobe Systems in association with Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Stanford University have developed a new technology which cuts down bandwidth usage by 98% during mobile image processing. 353 more words

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We recently covered Dreamweaver CC. I wanted to give you these videos, which essentially goes through everything I went through with you and more.

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San Francisco Executive Encourages Mental Preparedness

Rakhi Patel is a marketing manager partner for Adobe Systems. She shares insight on her pursuit of a master’s degree.

Why did you pursue a master’s degree? 498 more words


Adobe Updates Its Document Cloud With Dropbox Integration, Improved eSign Services

Compared to its Creative and Marketing Cloud solutions, Adobe’s recently launched Document Cloud and eSign services (formerly known as EchoSign) don’t quite get the same amount of attention yet, but they are becoming an increasingly important part of the company’s business. 456 more words


Adobe's Stock Content Service Adds Video Support

Earlier this year, Adobe launched Adobe Stock, a new stock imagery service based on its acquisition of Fotolia. With today’s major update to its suite of Creative Cloud apps and services, the company is also updating  237 more words


Adobe Updates Creative Cloud With Focus On Improved Workflows And Mobile, Announces New Portfolio Service

Adobe is kicking off its annual MAX conference in Los Angeles today. Traditionally, this is where the company announces its latest updates and gives us a glimpse of the new features it’s working on for products like Photoshop, Lightroom, Illustrator and Premiere Pro. 838 more words


Lawsuit against Apple, Google & others for 'Do not hire' agreements ends as settlement deal finalized

A class action lawsuit against Apple, Google and other tech companies for agreeing not to poach each other’s employees has finally been settled. Steve Jobs, Google’s Eric Schmidt and others had agreed in emails not to offer higher salaries to each other’s employees in order to reduce the risk of losing valuable employees. 122 more words

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