Today B&H has Adobe Photoshop Elements 13 in the “Deal Zone” for a discounted price of $44.95 (reg. $99.95) available as a DVD or download. Supplies are limited at this price, so act quick. This deal probably won’t last til midnight EST.
Adobe just released a new iPad app for story tellers called Adobe Slate that takes the design element out of the writers hands with beautiful themed templates, great for writers that just want to spend time writing rather than designing. And maybe best of all, it’s free! No Creative Cloud subscription required. [Read more…]
Tuesday, Google announced they are adding to the Chromebook family of devices with a brand new offering that will turn any TV or monitor with an HDMI port into a PC called Chromebit. [Read more…]
With more and more content providers looking to the internet to get content to the masses and with the masses getting fed up with bloated, high-priced cable and satellite bills, a la carte streaming services from major networks are coming down the pike fast.
HBO’s standalone streaming service, HBO Now, will launch on Apple devices in April and not coincidentally, just in time for the season premiere of “Game of Thrones,” the network announced on Monday at Apple’s Spring Forward event. New HBO series like “Game of Thrones,” “True Detective,” and “Veep” will stream live along side cable and satellite provider feeds so there will be no extra time spent waiting for these shows to be added to the library.
The new HBO Now service will cost $14.99 a month and will give subscribers access to all of the network’s past, present and future series plus HBO’s lineup of Hollywood movies. Apple has exclusivity for 90 days from launch, so non-Apple users will have to wait until mid-summer, assuming other providers will launch the service.
Mac OS X has a very different procedure for uninstalling programs than in a Microsoft Windows environment. Unlike Windows, OS X does not contain a registry, so the familiar Add/Remove Programs in the control panel in Windows does not exist in OS X. However, removing a program on a Mac is quite simple. Follow the steps in this guide to fully uninstall OS X applications. [Read more…]
Astropad is the latest graphics sketching app for the ipad and it looks to be quite powerful.
Astropad transforms your iPad into a drawing tablet wired or wirelessly connected to your Mac with almost zero sync lag allowing for real time transfer. Also, integrated is customized Photoshop controls, including a floating pallette with Adobe-specific tools and iPad images are color corrected to match what’s shown on Mac. The app supports most styluses like the ones from Wacom.
With a $50 price tag, Astropad is pricier that most apps, but a bargain compared to dedicated sketch tablets. Click this link to head over to Astropad and watch the promo video below.