Nov. 2, 2016

Adobe goes to the Max and Microsoft hearts, Teams!

Adobe goes to the Max and Microsoft hearts, Teams!

Plus, Facebook makes lots of money

Today's Episode

Adobe announced the new update for their Creative Cloud. Some of it was cool, but the best updates, Project Felix. This new program will help us 2D/3D pictures to create something photo realistic. This is great news for graphic designers. Yes, fewer hours of making it perfect. Three more updates that I discuss in the episode. Microsoft is taking on Slack. Their new program Microsoft Teams are all about teams. Everyone in the business world does have to work for a team(s). Unless, you host your own podcast. Microsoft saw Slack taking people away from Skype. It was the go-to business communication tool. It’s great that there is more competition.

I do not see people using this unless they are team Microsoft. If you are not using Office, it is not the program for you. If this is a great product, Microsoft will have people not hating them too much. Let's be honest, they deserved most of the ire.

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Tech News Decoded:

You can beat facial recognition with 22 cent sunglasses

Uber redesigns it's app

So, the Macbook Pro…

IFTTT ditches recipes for applets

Microsoft launches Flow

Adobe updates its Creative Cloud

Microsoft finally unveils Microsoft Teams

Project Nimbus may be the next Lightroom

Project Felix helps make photos realistic

Facebook revenue is up, thanks for blocking ad blockers has 40 million people using it

Gfycat acquires GIF Brewery

LinkedIn lets you know if you pay sucks

LastPass goes free for any device

Apps/Programs To Try:


Notebook Web Clipper

LinkedIn Salary

Tweetable Quotes:

The most interesting things Adobe announced, was Project Felix

LinkedIn will tell you if your pay sucks… I'm sorry.

All you need to do is make 22 cent sunglasses to trick photo recognition.


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