Clippy’s dead, but KeyRocket resurrects the good bits

What use are hundreds of shortcuts if you don’t know them? Berlin’s Veodin has come up with a free tool called KeyRocket, which trains users in the way of the shortcut with more relevance and less irritation than Microsoft’s hated old Office assistant.

Adobe tries mobile photos as a service with Carousel

Mobile photos are becoming more popular as smartphone tech improves, but just how far will smartphone photographers take their hobby? Adobe is banking on the fact that Apple device users will pay more to make sure their photos are easier to share, edit and view.

Hands On With Adobe’s Photoshop Touch Apps

Adobe’s three Photoshop Touch apps, which the company previewed last month, went live in the App Store early Tuesday morning. Here’s a look at how Eazel, Adobe Nav and Color Lav work, and how they might figure into your Photoshop workflow.

Adobe Shows That It Gets the Tablet/Computer Connection

Adobe today unveiled Photoshop Touch, a new SDK that will allow Adobe and third-party mobile apps to interact with the desktop version of Photoshop CS5 in real time. It looks poised to shake up how we think about the relationship between tablets and computers.

Screencast: How to Set Your Photoshop Scratch Disk

Here’s a quick video demonstration of how to set or change your scratch disk in Photoshop CS5 or Photoshop Elements for OS X. If lack of RAM or available disk space is causing crashes, this could be the fix you’re looking for.

Adobe Releases Photoshop and Premiere Elements 9 for Mac

Adobe today announced the newest version of their consumer photo editing tool, Photoshop Elements, the kid brother of the Photoshop CS5 we all know and love. Adobe also announced Premiere Elements 9, available for the first time on the Mac. Both are available now.

My iPad Wish List: 10 App Requests

Watching the iPad’s (s aapl) first television spot on the Oscars Sunday night, I got giddy all over again in anticipation of getting my hands on this hot new product. Though it’s still a few weeks away, I’m even more excited for the applications that will be coming to the platform. Here’s my top 10 list of apps that I want to see developed for the iPad.

Coda

As a graphic designer and web developer, Coda is a staple in my workflow. It features a built-in FTP system, which could be problematic to port to a mobile device, considering there isn’t a traditional file structure to store data. However, perhaps the iPad’s new file storage system will provide an adequate solution. Regardless, as someone who codes, it would be awesome to sit next to a client and modify code and push changes to a site all from my iPad while they load and test the revisions on their own desktop.

Photoshop

Before you laugh, remember that Adobe (s adbe) has already released Photoshop Mobile for the iPhone, and all things considered, it’s not such a bad application. A larger iPad version could allow support for opening and manipulating native Photoshop files as well as working between multiple files. CS4 introduced a new tabbed approach to viewing multiple documents at once. A similar setup could easily be implemented on the iPad. Read More about My iPad Wish List: 10 App Requests