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Adobe Stock for CreativeCloud By Ko Maruyama Adobe announced their new updates to CreativeCloud 2015 today, and with it comes a whole slew of upgrades to applications that professionals rely on for their daily workflows. Professionals also frequently rely on stock material to incorporate into their projects. Now Adobe will provide opportunities to find and purchase stock materials directly from within the applications you're using. ...Read More »
Adobe CC2015 By Ko Maruyama Adobe launches the latest and greatest update to their suite of applications in Creative Cloud. One of the benefits of Creative Cloud subscriptions is the ability to have access to all of the necessary tools in a digital creation pipeline. The Adobe workflow allows you to complete your creative projects from start to finish, on multiple devices, for multiple audiences - all without going too far from the family of applications. ...Read More »
Modbook: A 15.4" Macbook Pro By Ko Maruyama Way back in 2009, we had a 4 day hands on session with Modbook's (Axiotron) offering. Then, it was a 15" modbook. Granted, the Macbooks that were available then weren't nearly as powerful as the low end machines we have today. And, in 2009, the touch alternatives weren't great. Five years later, Modbook Inc. comes back with a brand new proposition: A Modbook from a Macbook Pro 2.8GHz quad-core Intel Core i7 monster with 32GB RAM and 2TB of storage. ...Read More »
China hands Asian memory makers massive bargaining chip By Miyoung Kim

SEOUL (Reuters) - Asian chipmakers are set to cash in on a major realignment in the volatile industry which is tilting the power balance their way at the expense of gadget makers such as Apple Inc, after years of cautious investment kept supply in check.

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Singapore home prices up again, suburbs seen most vulnerable to correction By Kevin Lim

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Singapore home prices rose for a fifth straight quarter in the three months to June, and analysts said owners and developers of private apartments in the outer suburbs appear most at risk should the property market correct.

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Rosberg triumphs in Britain after Vettel retires By Alan Baldwin

SILVERSTONE (Reuters) - Germany's Nico Rosberg won a dramatic British Grand Prix for Mercedes on Sunday after one of several explosive tire failures scuppered team mate Lewis Hamilton's hopes of home victory.

On an afternoon that also saw tripl... ...Read More »
Supplier woes stir Apple demand fears, Asian parts makers dive By Poornima Gupta and Noel Randewich

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Apple Inc's shares fell below $400 on Wednesday for the first time since December 2011 after a U.S. chip supplier's disappointing revenue forecast fanned fears about weakening demand for the iPhone and iPad as competiti... ...Read More »
Supplier's warning pushes Apple stock below $400 By Poornima Gupta and Noel Randewich

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Apple Inc's shares fell below $400 on Wednesday for the first time since December 2011 after a chip supplier's disappointing revenue forecast fanned fears about weakening demand for the iPhone and iPad.

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Insight: Apple and Samsung, frenemies for life By Poornima Gupta and Miyoung Kim and Dan Levine

SAN FRANCISCO/SEOUL (Reuters) - It was the late Steve Jobs' worst nightmare.

A powerful Asian manufacturer, Samsung Electronics Co Ltd, uses Google Inc's Android software to create smartphones and tablets that c... ...Read More »
ASML warns of slow first quarter after fourth quarter net profit beats VELDHOVEN (Reuters) - ASML, the world's leading provider of tools for making computer chips, warned of a weak first quarter but said it sees a recovery in the following months as smartphone and tablet makers shift to the next generation of chips.

The Dutch firm, which is seen as a baro... ...Read More »
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