Adobe on Wednesday announced expansion of its Photoshop Photography Program to everyone for a period ending on 2nd of December this year.
The software firm announced that its Photoshop Photography Program would remain available for everyone, including those who never owned Photoshop.
This ongoing $10 subscription price, which is significantly lower than the usual the Creative Cloud membership charge of $50 a month, includes Photoshop CC, Lightroom 5, 20GB of server space, plus a Behance Pro website.
Microsoft Corp. Chairman Bill Gates has confirmed that he met with several `CEO candidates' to replace the software giant's outgoing chief executive Steve Ballmer.
Speaking at Microsoft's recently held annual shareholder meeting in Bellevue, Washington, Mr. Gates said he and the company's other directors met with "a lot of CEO candidates," but he did not name any candidates. He said that he would not give a strict timeline for a decision.
He thanked outgoing Ballmer and assured shareholders that they both remained committed to find the right person to run the company.
Cupertino, Calif.-based Apple Inc has agreed to buy an Israeli 3D motion and machine vision firm called PrimeSense, according to a fresh report published by Israeli financial journal Calcalist.
Citing anonymous sources, Calcalist reported that the iPhone/iPad-maker had finalized a purchase deal by agreeing to pay $345 million for PrimeSense.
The reported acquisition was said to have been planned to take place at the start of November, but a legal issue surrounding the affiliation of developers delayed it.
Sony Computer Entertainment has announced that it sold more than 1 million units of PlayStation 4 (PS4) in North America within the first 24 hours of the Japanese entertainment giant’s newest videogame console’s launch on Friday.
The recorded sales figure for the PS4 represents the fastest start for a Sony PS system so far. The impressive figure was disclosed by Shuhei Yoshida, the president of Sony Computer Entertainment Worldwide Studios,
A pseudonymous hacker, who is yet to celebrate his 21st birthday, grabbed the biggest bug bounty of $50,000 at the recently wrapped Mobile Pwn2Own 2013 contest in Tokyo.
The hacker, known as “Pinkie Pie,” made use of in vulnerabilities in Google's Chrome browser to hijack Android-based Nexus 4 and Samsung Galaxy S4 smartphones.
Pinkie Pie took advantage of two holes, viz. an integer overflow which affects Chrome and another vulnerability that caused a full sandbox escape.
American automobile giant General Motors Co (GM) has confirmed a recall of more than 44,000 units of 2014 Chevrolet Malibu in North America for fixing a technical glitch that can cause the cars' window-defrosters to malfunction.
The computer-controlled ventilation system of the Chevrolet Malibu sedans has been found reverting to the previous setting when the driver select the defrost setting, which could leave the vehicle’s windshield fogged.
Google Inc, the world's most popular Internet search giant, has warned that the U. S. Government's controversial spying operations could hurt freedom of expression as well as America's economy.
Richard Salgado, law enforcement & information security director at Google Inc, said that the government's spying operations risk breaking the open Internet into a "splinter net," which would have a negative impact on the promise of an Internet as an open platform as well as the country's economic growth.
Targeting at the lower end of fast growing smartphone market, Google Inc on Wednesday introduced much rumored pocket-friendly smartphone Moto G at an event in Brazil.
The Android 4.3 Jellybean OS-based Moto G has been priced at $179, keeping price-conscious consumers in mind.
The Moto G features a 4.5-inch high definition (HD) display, a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor, 5-megapixel rear-facing camera and a 1.3-megapixel front-facing camera.
The suite of entertainment apps and other capabilities of Microsoft's Xbox One are greater than those of counterpart gaming systems from rival firms Google and Apple, according to Robert W. Baird analyst Colin Sebastian.
In a recent note to investors, Sebastian said Xbox One's entertainment apps, its capability to provide users with Web content, and traditional entertainment options like music, movies and TV make it a more compelling product than rival products from Google and Apple.
In what was the third fire incident involving electric carmaker Tesla's Model S sedan in the last six weeks, a Model S owned by a Tennessee man caught fire on Wednesday after running over a trailer hitch.
Though none of the three drivers of the Model S sedans involved in fire incidents received any injuries, the occurrence of the incidents in quick succession have apparently delivered a blow to Tesla's image.
With the camera market facing increasing competition from smartphones, camera maker Nikon has gone retro with its latest product - the new `Nikon Df' camera; the company's newest high-end DSLR which boasts retro looks that mask the modern DSLR technology.
The `Df' branding in the new Nikon camera's name stands for `Digital Fusion.' One of the optional versions of the Nikon Df is somewhat of a reminiscent of the company's `F Series' of cameras; featuring a silver-hued chassis and pentaprism viewfinder, along with faux-leather textured grip and physical dial controls.
Microsoft on Friday demonstrated some more features that its next-generation game console Xbox One will offer.
The Redmond, Washington-based software giant listed numerous non-gaming features of the upcoming console, putting more weight to its claim that the Xbox One will be an all-in-one entertainment gadget rather than simply a device for gamers
Internet search giant Google Inc has just shed more light on what it plans to do with two barges floating off the U. S. coasts.
Responding to widespread speculation about what the pair of barges would be used for; Google said the two multi-storey vessels, officially called Google Barges, would be used to serve as nautical showrooms for the firm's latest & greatest products.
Widely popular social-networking site Facebook on Wednesday announced the launch of refurbished its `Like' and `Share' buttons, and ditched the iconic "thumbs up" button.
Facbook buttons, which can be seen on millions of websites, allow users to connect with Facebook regardless of where they are on the Web.
The "thumbs up" button that used to drive Facebook referral traffic has been ditched. The refurbished `Like' button now features the same format as its `Share' counterpart. More precisely, the new `Like' button features a blue and white rectangle with the company's logo.
Google Inc has expressed its displeasure over the recent French court ruling that directed the Internet search giant to remove links to images of former F1 chief Max Mosley with prostitutes.
A court in France on Wednesday ruled that Google must remove links to 9 images of an orgy that involved Max Mosley.
Responding to the court ruling, Google argued that such a ruling would be a matter of worry for all those who support freedom of expression on the internet.
Daphne Keller, associate general counsel at Google, also said that the company would appeal the ruling.
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