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AMD and Raptr create PC gaming suite to tweak settings, dole out prizes and stream over Twitch

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Hate mucking around in PC game graphics menus? NVIDIA’s got an app for that — and now, AMD does too. The chipmaker has teamed up with Raptr, a video game-focused social network, to launch Gaming Evolved: a suite that offers tools for chat, takes screenshots and even tweaks game settings for better performance. Unlike Nvidia’s kit however, Gaming Evolved relies heavily on Raptr’s community data to determine the best configuration for your PC. Naturally, the social network’s rewards system is in play, offering users beta access to select games or free DLC for using the service, too. You can also stream via Twitch, and even simultaneously watch someone else’s broadcast while you play DayZ. The company says the program is designed to “make PC gaming as simple to use as consoles,” but the beta build that’s available now plays more like Steam than a living room device.

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Microsoft Bing app suite comes to Windows Phone 8

Microsoft brings Bing app suite to Windows Phone 8

Have a need for Bing? Microsoft’s got you covered. The same suite of apps already available on Windows 8 — that would be News, Sports, Weather and Finance — is now ready for your downloading pleasure on the smartphone version of the platform. This move comes just two days after the company updated the official WP8 Bing app, so it seems the mobile team’s been hard at work lately. As you can imagine, all four apps have plenty of options for pinnable Live Tiles; your favorite sports team, the weather for your travel destination, preferred stock holding and even Engadget are among the various choices. The apps should be live in the Store today, so expect them to land any time now. In the meantime, we have a full gallery of screenshots for your viewing pleasure.

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Project Anarchy, Havok’s mobile game development suite now available at no cost

Havok — the physics middleware engine used by almost every big console and PC game — announced its start-to-finish mobile game development suite will be available at no cost to developers. Project Anarchy has tools for everything: visuals, physics, artificial intelligence and animation. We say “no cost” instead of free for a reason: Havok expects a few things out of its users in return. It wants to co-market some finished games and for clients to become part of its development community. Currently, that dev community includes folks programming for iOS, Android and Tizen. Microsofties may not be left out, however, as Havok has “flexible business models” for Windows Phone if you ping its sales team. Full details in the links below.

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Adobe announces Creative Suite update and rebranding, focus on cloud services


Adobe has announced the next major upgrade to its flagship digital editing tools, the Creative Suite, and the entire series is getting a new, but familiar name to emphasize what the company is focused on. Adobe Creative Cloud will be replacing Creative Suite 6, the version released last year. The product series has been on a yearly release cycle since 2011, and this latest upgrade includes new features for nearly every product in the suite, including Photoshop, Illustrator, and Premiere Pro, all of which now have their name appended with CC, instead of CS.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 to receive Android 4.1 with Premium Suite (video)

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Samsung has already begun dispatch of Android 4.1 for the Galaxy Note 10.1 in some components of the world, however in an action that’ll no question add to the expectancy, the business has actually now disclosed Premium Suite as an accompaniment to the OS upgrade. Along with Jelly Bean, individuals can easily expect higher Multi Window performance, which brings the capacity to open to 16 apps at a time, each which can easily be moved, resized and pinned to remain on top. Samsung’s Air View is also incorporated within Premium Suite, which allows individuals to preview appointments, emails, video and the like by floating the S Pen above the screen. Not to stop there, Samsung is additionally upping the ante with brand-new additions such as Easy Clip, Quick Command, Photo Note, Paper Artist and an enhanced S Note app. No definite timeline is known for Samsung’s rollout of Premium Suite and Android 4.1, although it’s now clear that “quickly” can’t come rapidly enough. In the meantime, make sure to hop the break to preview all the brand-new attributes that are on deck.

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HTC joins Sony as a maker of PlayStation certified handsets, PlayStation Suite is now PlayStation Mobile

HTC joins Sony as a maker of PlayStation certified handsets, PlayStation Suite is now PlayStation Mobile

Thought Sony’s E3 presser would be about a next-gen console? Well, sorry to disappoint you, but that doesn’t mean there’s no new PlayStation news, as Sony’s just informed us that the PlayStation Suite has been renamed PlayStation Mobile. Not only that, but HTC is the first handset maker not named Sony to get PlayStation Mobile certification — meaning that you’ll soon be able to get your PlayStation on using the Taiwanese outfit’s hardware.


HTC joins Sony as a maker of PlayStation certified handsets, PlayStation Suite is now PlayStation Mobile originally appeared on Engadget on Mon, 04 Jun 2012 22:11:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Adobe Creative Suite 6 now available, Creative Cloud floating into action May 11th

ImageEager to get your fancy new mask on? Open up the wallet. Adobe’s freshly announced Creative Suite (we’re up to CS6, for those keeping count) is now available, with Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, Dreamweaver, Premiere Pro, After Effects, Flash Professional and more up for grabs. As for that subscription-based Creative Cloud option? Folks looking to pay monthly for the new wares will have to wait until Friday, May 11th. Those buying outright can get the CS6 Master Collection for $ 2,599, while $ 1,899 gets you Production Premium (or Design & Web Premium) and $ 1,299 nets you Design Standard. As usual, upgrade and education pricing is available for those that qualify, with all the details you could want tucked in the release just after the break.

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Adobe Creative Suite 6 now available, Creative Cloud floating into action May 11th originally appeared on Engadget on Mon, 07 May 2012 00:22:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Nokia Belle phones get business-friendly Microsoft Apps suite

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Microsoft’s and Nokia’s partnership hasn’t been great for Symbian — it has seen Nokia commit to Windows Phone, after all — but at least those who have recently upgraded to Belle will have something to thank the software giant for. Nokia has announced that its first installment of Microsoft Apps are now available on Belle devices. The package includes the powerful note-taking tool OneNote, the business communication and IM client Lync, a document viewer and manager called Document Connection, and PowerPoint Broadcast, which lets you follow live presentations on your phone.

While some of these apps already exist on other mobile platforms, we’re sure business users will appreciate the free additions. You’ll notice that none of the…

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