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Adobe moves flagship software upgrades to cloud

Adobe Systems Inc said upgrades for its flagship software package, which includes Photoshop, Illustrator and Flash, would be available only through online subscriptions, effective immediately.


Pixlr’s Online Image Editor, When All You Want To Do Is Resize An Image

I was looking for a Chrome app that would allow me to resize images and came upon Pixlr’s online image editor. Open up their website on any browser (I’ve only used it on Firefox and Chrome), and you get a fast simpler version of Photoshop online. I only use it to resize images, but a lot of the common features on Photoshop are here - like layers, history, filters, and much more. It’s pretty cool.


4 congresswomen Photoshopped into official group photo

Pelosi Photo

On Thursday, the women gathered on the steps of the Capitol to take a large group photo, but four women were late to the shoot. Instead of gathering all 61 of the congresswomen again on their first day on the job, a House photographer snapped a photo of the latecomers and Photoshopped them into the top of the group, as seen above.

Senh: Get with the times. That's what Photoshop is made for. What's the big deal?


Teens: Stop Photoshopping models

CNN's Randi Kaye speaks with two teen girls who want the media to stop changing model's bodies and faces.


We Can Finally Run Office and Photoshop on a Tablet with Microsoft's Surface

Microsoft Surface

Yesterday, Microsoft showed off their tablet computer Surface. According to the New York Times, it “has the same weight and thickness as an iPad, with a 10.6-inch screen.” According to PC Magazine, it weighs 1.49 pounds, which is about the same as Apple’s iPad. However, it still feels bulky.


Adobe Brings To The iPhone

Adobe Systems on Friday introduced a new Photoshop app for iPhone users that lets them edit photos from both their phone and their online library on


Image of ultra-thin Ralph Lauren model sparks outrage

In recent years an ongoing debate has brewed over advertisers and fashion magazines using photographs, particularly photographs of women, that have seemingly been altered, or "retouched," by airbrushing and photo editing software such as Photoshop.


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