Adobe launched Premiere Rush, its newest all-in-one video editing tool that is essentially a pared-down version of its flagship Premiere Pro and Audition tools for professional video editors, in late 2018. At the time, it was only available on iOS, macOS and Windows. Now, however, it is also finally bringing it to Android.
Archive for May, 2019
The restrictions being placed on Huawei’s access to the Android operating system will cast a long shadow over Tuesday’s launch of the Chinese company’s latest handsets. The firm has invited press from across the globe to London to witness the unveiling of its Honor 20 Series smartphones.
Tens of millions of Instagram influencers have reportedly had their private data exposed in an online database. The records were hosted by Amazon Web Services and apparently had no password protection.
Dressbarn is closing all of its stores. The women’s retailer announced Monday “plans to commence a wind-down of its retail operations, including the eventual closure of its approximately 650 stores.”
A slew of department store chains reported dismal first-quarter earnings on Tuesday, and the excuses for the bad reports were plentiful: a cooler start to the spring season, not having the right merchandise in stock and not having good enough promotions to draw shoppers in.
Little Caesars will sell a pizza topped with plant-based sausage crumbles made by Impossible Foods — the first time a national pizza chain is using a vegan meat substitute.
U.S. organic sales hit a record $52.5 billion in 2018, up 6.3% from the previous year. Organic food sales accounted for $47.9 billion, an increase of 5.9% from 2017, according to the Organic Trade Association.
Mondelez International, Inc. used less energy, water and waste, and focused more on the end-to-end impact of its snacks, in 2018, part of the company’s mission to empower people to snack right, according to its 2018 Impact Report, “Snacking made right.”
Business software maker SAP and Apple are teaming up to help clients develop their own mobile business applications using Apple’s machine-learning technology.
After exiting Beyond Meat, Tyson Foods said that it would roll out its own plant-based meat substitutes beginning this summer.