Adobe CS4, Google Android & Europe’s decision to cut cellphone charges

Graphic artists are excited over the release of Adobe’s Creative Suite 4.

A blog post at ZDNet said that:

Adobe will offer numerous flavors of CS4 including editions for Design, Web, Production Premium and Master Collection. Individually, Adobe rolled out the latest editions of Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, Flash Professional and Dreamweaver among others.

As an alternative, there’s free and open-source GimpShop. For Windows users, download it here, while Mac users should click here.

Google meanwhile will launch today in the US its own operating system for mobile phones called Android. TMobile will be the telco to take the first crack at the Google-powered phone and it will cost a buyer $199.

Finally, some really good news to mobile phone users across Europe: EU to slash more mobile charges. OFWs in Europe are expected to welcome this development, as OFW parents use their mobile phones to monitor their kids at home.

2 Comments

  1. kakuei

    congratulations on being the Best News and Media Blog 😀
    re: i love the new photoshop features (as always) but not the pricetag…so for now i use gimpshop 🙂

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