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17Apr
2013
When MAX Sneaks Come Alive

One of the highlights of Adobe MAX has to be Sneaks where we demonstrate concepts, works-in-progress, and stuff that we just think is cool. Some of these sneaks actually become product features (remember MAX 2006 in Las Vegas when we first demonstrated what eventually became known as "Content-Aware Fill"?), but others (for better or for worse) don't.

MAX 2011 sneaks were as impressive as ever, and the sneak that garnered the most attention was a magical ability to deblur pictures ruined by camera shake.

Photoshop Senior Product Manager Zorana Gee has just posted this video showing that sneak as a Photoshop feature (along with a not-so-cryptic "see more exciting developments on May 6 at Adobe MAX" message).

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17Oct
2012
Time To Try Monocle

Remember Monocle, the Flash profiling tool demoed by Deepa Subramaniam at the MAX 2011 sneaks? Well, product manager Thibault Imbert has just announced that you can sign up to give it a try.

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7Aug
2012
Thibault Imbert Provides A Monocle Update

Remember Monocle, the detailed Flash profiling tool first sneaked at MAX 2011? The team has been hard at work on the tool, and Thibault Imbert has posted this video showing off the latest and greatest:

Introducing Project "Monocle" by Thibault Imbert on Vimeo.

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3Jun
2012
Alan Greenblatt On WebKit, And Filters, And Shaders

We've been demoing our CSS Shaders work since MAX 2011, and this is slowly becoming supported in newer browsers. Fellow evangelist Alan Greenblatt has posted an incredible article explaining what the technology is all about. This one is well worth a read.

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11May
2012
Adobe Creative Cloud Is live

Adobe Creative Cloud, first introduced by Kevin Lynch during the MAX 2011 opening keynote, is now live, and waiting for you to subscribe.

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7Dec
2011
Sony Adobe AIR App Challenge Winners

Remember the Sony sponsored Adobe AIR App Challenge that I mentioned a while back (and on stage at MAX)? Well, the winning apps have been announced.

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22Nov
2011
Digital Publishing Suite Single Edition Now Available

As introduced by Kevin Lynch at MAX 2011 in Los Angeles, Digital Publishing Suite Single Edition provides small to midsize design studios and freelance designers an intuitive way to deliver brochures, catalogs, portfolios, training materials, and books to the iPad, without having to rely on the services of a developer. Digital Publishing Suite Single Edition is now available for purchase.

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21Nov
2011
After MAX China

Last month we hosted a series of Back From MAX events in Europe, and we're doing the same next week in Beijing with After MAX China. I'll be presenting the opening keynote, and other presenters include Mark Anders (who introduced Edge at MAX) and local Adobe evangelists. Registration is now open.

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15Nov
2011
Touch Apps Released For Android

Remember those Touch Apps that Kevin Lynch showed off at MAX? Photoshop Touch, Proto, Ideas, Debut, Collage, and Kuler are all now available for Android! (Ideas has been available for iOS for a while, and all of the apps will be coming to iOS).

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9Nov
2011
Danny Winokur On The Future Of Flash

Danny Winokur (who many of you met at MAX where he hosted the Day 2 keynote) has posted an explanation on the future focus of Flash.

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