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Adobe To Let Third Party Devs Incorporate Photoshop Features

Slashdot - Thu, 19/06/2014 - 4:27am
angry tapir (1463043) writes Third party developers will be able to build mobile applications that tap into the features of Adobe's Creative Cloud, including effects such as Photoshop's "content-aware fill" and PSD file manipulation, thanks to a new SDK the company is releasing as part of a major update to the suite of graphic design products. However, the company has been mum on important details such as how much (if anything) it will cost and what the license is likely to be (at the very least it seems end users will need to be Creative Cloud subscribers). The company has also made a foray into hardware releasing a pressure-sensitive stylus for tablets called Ink and a ruler called Slide.

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Adobe To Let Third Party Devs Incorporate Photoshop Features

Slashdot - Thu, 19/06/2014 - 4:27am
angry tapir (1463043) writes Third party developers will be able to build mobile applications that tap into the features of Adobe's Creative Cloud, including effects such as Photoshop's "content-aware fill" and PSD file manipulation, thanks to a new SDK the company is releasing as part of a major update to the suite of graphic design products. However, the company has been mum on important details such as how much (if anything) it will cost and what the license is likely to be (at the very least it seems end users will need to be Creative Cloud subscribers). The company has also made a foray into hardware releasing a pressure-sensitive stylus for tablets called Ink and a ruler called Slide.

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Adobe To Let Third Party Devs Incorporate Photoshop Features

Slashdot - Thu, 19/06/2014 - 4:27am
angry tapir (1463043) writes Third party developers will be able to build mobile applications that tap into the features of Adobe's Creative Cloud, including effects such as Photoshop's "content-aware fill" and PSD file manipulation, thanks to a new SDK the company is releasing as part of a major update to the suite of graphic design products. However, the company has been mum on important details such as how much (if anything) it will cost and what the license is likely to be (at the very least it seems end users will need to be Creative Cloud subscribers). The company has also made a foray into hardware releasing a pressure-sensitive stylus for tablets called Ink and a ruler called Slide.

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








Adobe To Let Third Party Devs Incorporate Photoshop Features

Slashdot - Thu, 19/06/2014 - 4:27am
angry tapir (1463043) writes Third party developers will be able to build mobile applications that tap into the features of Adobe's Creative Cloud, including effects such as Photoshop's "content-aware fill" and PSD file manipulation, thanks to a new SDK the company is releasing as part of a major update to the suite of graphic design products. However, the company has been mum on important details such as how much (if anything) it will cost and what the license is likely to be (at the very least it seems end users will need to be Creative Cloud subscribers). The company has also made a foray into hardware releasing a pressure-sensitive stylus for tablets called Ink and a ruler called Slide.

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








Adobe To Let Third Party Devs Incorporate Photoshop Features

Slashdot - Thu, 19/06/2014 - 4:27am
angry tapir (1463043) writes Third party developers will be able to build mobile applications that tap into the features of Adobe's Creative Cloud, including effects such as Photoshop's "content-aware fill" and PSD file manipulation, thanks to a new SDK the company is releasing as part of a major update to the suite of graphic design products. However, the company has been mum on important details such as how much (if anything) it will cost and what the license is likely to be (at the very least it seems end users will need to be Creative Cloud subscribers). The company has also made a foray into hardware releasing a pressure-sensitive stylus for tablets called Ink and a ruler called Slide.

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








Approved: Fedora 22 Will Replace Yum With DNF

Phoronix - Thu, 19/06/2014 - 4:08am
The Fedora Engineering and Steering Committee has gone ahead and improved the feature request of replacing Yum with DNF for the Fedora 22 release likely to happen in the first half of 2015...

Microsoft, insurance giant hitched to pitch home automation

El Reg - Thu, 19/06/2014 - 4:02am
'Home of the Future', again

Microsoft is taking another crack at home automation, this time by backing startups with an accelerator launched in partnership with American Family Insurance.…

US marshals leak list of possible Bitcoin buyers

El Reg - Thu, 19/06/2014 - 3:02am
French bank BNP Paribas and Yelp among those interested in Silk Road's stash

The U.S. Marshals Service's auction for the for 29,656.51306529 Bitcoin it seized from online recreational pharmaceuticals purveyor Silk Road has gone off the rails after the Service accidentally spilled a list of interested parties.…

GTK+ Support Moves Along For Unity 8 On Mir

Phoronix - Thu, 19/06/2014 - 2:43am
Canonical developers have been making progress on allowing GTK+ applications to work natively atop Ubuntu's Unity 8 desktop with the Mir display server in place of the X.Org Server or even XMir for that matter...

CloudFlare slurps CryptoSeal

El Reg - Thu, 19/06/2014 - 2:28am
Another VPN service bites the dust

CryptoSeal, which got itself out of the consumer VPN business last year to sidestep the fate of Lavabit, have been snapped up by CloudFlare.…

Digital Post Australia goes titsup in orderly fashion

El Reg - Thu, 19/06/2014 - 2:15am
One mailbox too many for punters

Having fought a lawsuit against Australia Post (the nation's postal service) to have the right to offer its service, the much-hyped but ultimately-unwanted Digital Post Australia (DPA) is shutting down, saying its service is “not sustainable at this time”.…

HUGO Winning Author Daniel Keyes Has Died

Slashdot - Thu, 19/06/2014 - 2:00am
camperdave writes Author Daniel Keyes has died at 86. Keyes is best known for his Hugo Award winning classic SF story Flowers for Algernon and the film version Charly. Keyes was born August 9, 1927 in New York. He worked variously as an editor, comics writer, fashion photographer, and teacher before joining the faculty of Ohio University in 1966, where he taught as a professor of English and creative writing, becoming professor emeritus in 2000. He married Aurea Georgina Vaquez in 1952, who predeceased him in 2013; they had two daughters.

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Luxembourg patent troll suing world+dog

El Reg - Thu, 19/06/2014 - 1:58am
We OWN your hands-free phone, says litigant

Another patent troll has appeared on the horizon: Enterprise Systems Technologies, armed with a handful of patents originally assigned to Siemens, has taken out the sueball machine-gun and fired off shots at Apple, Samsung, Qualcomm, Amazon, and Audience.…

Sonos Controller app update conflict

El Reg - Thu, 19/06/2014 - 1:29am
Some users are revolting

Sonos users are a picky bunch. The latest Sonos Controller app is attracting some strongly negative reactions amongst its customers – yet more users like it than dislike it.…

Amazon's new, not-really-3D Fire: Puts Bezos' cash register in YOUR pocket

El Reg - Thu, 19/06/2014 - 1:07am
Ringtone? Ch-ching-tone, more like

If you like smartphones and shopping, then you might love the Fire Phone, the first handset to be released by Jeff Bezos' retail juggernaut Amazon.…

Oz trade minister: TPP will happen in 2015

El Reg - Thu, 19/06/2014 - 1:02am
House Democrats not so sure

Australia's trade minister Andrew Robb has refined his understanding of when the controversial Trans Pacific Partnership will be finalised, putting the deadline somewhere in the first half of 2015.…

Victorian Police say Redmond's wrong! XP doesn't 'heighten risk'

El Reg - Thu, 19/06/2014 - 12:17am
Still plans to ditch it come December

Victoria Police has defended its continued use of Windows XP until the dying days of 2014, claiming it does not elevate risk.…

ABANDON CLOUD! Docker Linux containers spring a security leak

El Reg - Thu, 19/06/2014 - 12:16am
Root exploit appears, but 1.0 release is safe

A security exploit has surfaced that can allow rogue programs to break out of Docker containers and access files on their host OS, but the flaw has been sealed in the latest version of the tech.…

How farsighted is Microsoft's Azure RemoteApp?

El Reg - Thu, 19/06/2014 - 12:01am
Preview offers a glimpse

Microsoft is stepping on more vendor toes. At the TechEd North America 2014 keynote in May, the company announced the preview release of Azure RemoteApp, which appears to be a direct competitor – at least in part – to Citrix's virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) solution.…

1958 Integrated Circuit Prototypes From Jack Kilby's TI Lab Up For Sale

Slashdot - Thu, 19/06/2014 - 12:01am
First time accepted submitter Dharma's Dad writes Christie's New York is auctioning off a 1958 prototype microchip, used by Jack Kilby of Texas Instruments in his Nobel Prize-winning invention of putting an integrated circuit onto a single chip. Gifted to one of the lab employees by Kilby, the family has decided to sell it. Estimated at $1,000,000 - $2,000,000, this prototype integrated circuit was built between July 18 and September 12, 1958, of a doubly diffused germanium wafer with flying gold wire and four leads.

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