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  • Adobe Creative Cloud hits 1 million subscribers, Projects Mighty and Napoleon available in 2014

    During today’s Q3 earnings report, Adobe announced that its Creative Cloud software service had passed one million subscribers since launching in June. In addition to reaching that milestone much faster than expected, the outfit officially removed the “technology exploration” label from both Project Mighty and Project Napoleon, and confirmed plans to release them as full-fledged products in 2014. Experience Design team lead Michael Gough and crew will work with experienced maker outfit Adonit in order to complete the pair and ship it out in the first half of next year. In case you need a brief refresher, our hands-on video with the two cloud-connected peripherals is embedded below.

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    Source: Adobe (1), (2)

  • Join the Engadget HD Podcast live on Ustream at 5:15PM ET

    Join the Engadget HD Podcast live on Ustream at 530PM ET

    It’s Tuesday, the new regular day for the Engadget HD Podcast. We hope you’ll appreciate us clearing up Monday for football and join us live when the Engadget HD podcast starts recording at 5:15PM. If you’ll be joining us, go ahead and get ready by reviewing the list of topics after the break — then you’ll be ready to participate in the live chat.

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  • Evernote releases native app for BlackBerry 10
    Evernote releases native app for BlackBerry 10

    Evernote’s had a presence on BlackBerry 10 since the early days of the OS, but today the cloud-based service is taking things a bit further. As of now, BB10 users can download a native version of Evernote, which offers a more streamlined, intuitive experience than what’s currently available via the Evernote integration inside the built-in Remember app. Note-takers will still be able to save and sync stuff, naturally, but they’ll be able to do so directly from an Evernote-made app and with a UI that makes it easier to take advantage of what the service has to offer. Better yet, Evernote for BlackBerry 10 won’t cost you a nickel, so head to the source link below if this is one you’ve been waiting for.

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    Via: CrackBerry

    Source: BlackBerry World

  • AllThingsD: carriers indicate lower than usual iPhone 5s stock ahead of Friday's launch

    If last week’s announcement got you all worked up about a new Apple handset, you may have to wait a little while longer. AllThingsD reports that sources from multiple US carriers are showing “grotesquely” low inventory leading up to Friday’s iPhone 5s launch. It’s worth noting that stock numbers typically fall short of the demand (especially at the start), but it seems that this release may be even worse than year’s past. Of course, with a rainbow of other options hitting shelves on the same day, perhaps the high-end model isn’t demanding the same amount of attention this time around.

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    Source: AllThingsD

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