Compiled by Patrick Avenell
Adobe takes bite of Apple iPad app market
Adobe has announced the availability of Photoshop Touch applications for the iPad. Adobe Colour Lava ($5.99), Eazel ($3.99), Nav ($2.49) and the Software Development Kit (SDK) are all now available.
“Tablet devices are destined to become part of creative workflows and these companion Photoshop applications are just the first indications of the creativity we can expect from Adobe and our developer community,” said Adobe senior VP and GM John Loiacono. “With our Touch SDK, we are going to see some astonishing new ways to keep Photoshop at the heart of the creative process no matter what the device: desktop computer, Android tablet, BlackBerry PlayBook or iOS device.”
Nikon withdraws two Coolpix cameras from its global range
The Coolpix S6100 will no longer be produced by Nikon, though it is still available in Australia. The Coolpix S4100 has been totally withdrawn from the Nikon portfolio.
“These changes are a result of difficulties in production and supply. Nikon sincerely apologises to all those affected by this decision,” said a Nikon spokesperson.
Harvey Norman director buys into brand
Chris Mentis, company secretary at Harvey Norman, has acquired 7,450 securities in the listed retailer. The total value of this transaction was $19,891.50. Mentis also holds 1 million Options in Harvey Norman Limited.
According to a notice to the Australian Securities Exchange, these 7,450 securities are Mentis’ only holdings of this type in the company.
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