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Adobe's Creative Cloud Has Already Been Pirated

Adobe's shift to cloud-based software provision for its new Creative Cloud design suite was partly motivated by anti-piracy concerns. Which, of course, means... it's already been pirated. Read More >>

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You Can Download Adobe's Creative Cloud Right Now

Adobe pulled the covers off its shiny new Creative Cloud earlier this month, but it's now finally available for you to get your grubby little hands on. Read More >>

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Will Adobe's Move to the Cloud Finally Keep the Pirates at Bay?

Today, Adobe announced the latest round of updates to its ubiquitous software suite, with its Creative Cloud subscription service taking centre-stage. Not only is the old Creative Suite moniker being dropped completely, but a whole slew of cloud-dependent features were introduced. While the updates will be a boon to a huge number of Adobe customers, it's going to annoy the hell out of one core Adobe demo: the pirates. Read More >>

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No More Photoshop 'CS': Adobe Creative Suite Is Now Creative Cloud

At Adobe’s annual MAX conference today, the company announced a major overhaul of the ten-year-old Creative Suite, which will now be known as Creative Cloud. From now on, you won’t buy CS6 or CS7—you’ll buy a £46 per month subscription to CC (happily, the first year will only cost £27 for anyone with a CS3 or later serial number). Read More >>

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Adobe Creative Suite 6 on Sale Today, Creative Cloud on May 11th

Adobe has announced that the latest version of its professional-level Creative Suite, CS6, is available to purchase from today for both OS X and Windows. Those of you waiting for the Creative Cloud distribution will have to wait a couple of days longer, until May 11th. Read More >>

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Adobe Creative Cloud and Creative Suite 6 Are Out

Adobe is releasing its new Creative Cloud and Creative Suite 6 today, and clearly, it wants to push you towards the former. The company is betting big on its Internet-powered software and gambling that customers will pay to come along for the ride. Read More >>

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