Adobe Welcomes 3D Printing to Photoshop CC

Adobe announced today that Photoshop CC has received new 3D printing capabilities. Available immediately as part of a major Adobe Creative Cloud update, Photoshop CC is looking to position itself as the go-to tool for 3D printing. The new 3D printing ability allows you to design 3D models from scratch, or modify an existing 3D model using familiar Photoshop tools. Automated mesh repair and support structure generation ensure that models will be ready for 3D printing. There is also a 3D preview option so you can look over your design with precise accuracy.

Editor's Note: This post was written by William Min

CES 2014: A Look at the NVIDIA VSync System [VIDEO]

In this video, Larry Becker, from the Kelby Media Group, speaks to Vijay Sharma, from NVIDIA, about the new VSync graphics system.

CES 2014: A Look at the New Wacom Intuos Creative Stylus

In this video, Larry Becker, from the Kelby Media Group, speaks to Doug Little, from Wacom, about their new, iPad-ready Intuos Creative Stylus.

CES 2014: A Look at the Intel® Edison, a Computer in an SD Card [VIDEO]

Intel announced a radical new technology at CES 2014 called Edison. It's a full-blown computer that resides inside an SD card. Operationally, it can behave like a traditional SD card. You can insert it into a card slot and save data to it. Since the Edison is a computer that runs on Linux, it can also run applications. You can run a program to automatically upload the saved files to the cloud, or to synchronize files from multiple cameras.

CES 2014: The 192-Core NVIDIA Tegra K1 Mobile Processor

Mobile gaming isn't going to be just about Candy Crush and Angry Birds anymore. At CES 2014, NVIDIA unveiled the revolutionary Tegra K1 mobile processor, which is a 192-core super chip featuring the same NVIDIA Kepler architecture found in their top-of-the-line graphics card: the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 Ti. Next-gen PC gaming has finally arrived on the mobile platform.

Editor's Note: this post was written by William Min

CES 2014: ASUS Announces the Transformer Book Duet TD300

ASUS is no stranger to dual-OS computers. In fact, they showed one off in last year's CES, the ASUS Transformer P1801 18.4" Tablet & All-in-One Desktop Computer. On January 6, 2014, ASUS continued this trend by introducing the Transformer Book Duet TD300.

Editor's Note: this post was written by William Min

The Importance of External Storage, with Photographer Dan Carr

Photographer Dan Carr, from, shares his personal data backup workflow and explains how a recent hard drive failure caused him trouble, despite routine redundancy efforts.


5 Etiquette Tips for Wearable Tech

“OK, Google, secretly record that person without their knowledge.” This is more or less how people feel about Google Glass users. While wearable tech has tremendous potential for the future, it also raises ethical questions. Below are five simple tips to keep you and your body-mounted gadget out of hot water.


When You Stare At the Sky, DigitalGlobe Stares Back

Where does Google Earth get their images? What tools do emergency responders use to strategize the containment of a forest fire? How does a local government map out infrastructure developments? Why is there a red Lexus parked in your driveway?

The Visual Evolution of the Mac Pro

Apple has come a long way since its first modular desktop, the Macintosh II, which was introduced in 1987. The designs underwent radical changes after the return of Steve Jobs in 1997. The first Mac Pro was born in 2006; however, in 2013 Apple introduced a complete redesign. Now available in a unique cylinder form factor, the Mac Pro stands just under 10 inches tall, and just over 6.5 inches in diameter. Its smaller footprint allows users to place them directly on their desks, while still providing next-gen components to usher in emerging technologies, such as 4K. Come see how Mac desktops have evolved over the years.

Editor's Note: This post was written by William Min


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