Adobe continues to expand its effort to facilitate complex photo editing for consumers by emphasizing Adobe Sensei AI technology.
Adobe has issued out-of-band emergency security updates for Photoshop, Prelude and Bridge on Windows, and Reader on Android.
The cloud-based Adobe Lightroom is a powerful photo editing app that lets you work on all your full-resolution images on all your devices.
The latest version of Photoshop Elements doesn't have a lot of new features, but new users and anyone with an older version of the app will appreciate the changes that are there.
Adobe Lightroom is now available in the Mac App Store with full functionality and the same $9.99/month pricing as the web app.
Adobe Premiere Elements continues its long reign as the overall best consumer video-editing app, with new automated features and simplified workflows for quick video editing.
Adobe Photoshop Elements 2018 remains the best choice for beginners and experienced users, but some of its new features could use refinement.
Adobe Photoshop Elements 15 remains a solid option for consumers, especially novices, who want an easy-to-use image-editing product that can grow with you as you learn.
Adobe, Microsoft and Apple fixed dozens of vulnerabilities, a good deal of which could compromise a computer without any user input.
Adobe's popular Lightroom app joins the company's Creative Cloud subscription model, and gets several new features and upgrades.
Here's how to boost your security on Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer and Safari by setting Adobe Flash Player to click-to-run.
Triple-whammy: The Fessleaks malvertising campaign uses new Adobe Flash Player flaws to infect unsuspecting Web browsers with ransomware.
Adobe's popular image editing and organizing tool Lightroom comes to Android, but you'll need a Creative Cloud subscription to use it.
Microsoft and Adobe release security updates for software including Internet Explorer and Adobe Flash Player.
From Microsoft's July Patch Tuesday updates to Adobe's 'Rosetta Flash' fix, here's what you need to know to keep your computer safe.
Safari 7.0, only for OS X Mavericks, runs the oft-hacked Adobe Flash Player in a protective sandbox to keep you safer.
With next week's Patch Tuesday updates, Microsoft looks set to patch an Internet Explorer flaw being used to attack computers in East Asia.
Patriot Memory has introduced a new media player, and a portable cloud solution for tablets, smartphones and other devices.
Here's a good way to play your SNES and Genesis games on the PC without downloading ROMs from the internet.
Five companies have banded together to develop content protection technology for downloading and streaming HD media.
For every paid software application or suite, there's a free but capable alternative. Whether you're looking for photo editing software or an office suite, here are some open source and free alternatives.
Toshiba's write-once SD cards could be a good way to share documents without gaining additional malware along the way.
Why does the upcoming Adobe Photoshop CS5 cost $600? We tested out its features to find out what you’re paying for.
Not everybody has time to learn photography 101. Here’s how to make the best of bad images after the damage has been done, with software.