Adobe Systems will launch a free, slimmed-down version of its Photoshop application for iOS devices at a developers conference in October. Adobe hopes the move will introduce the software to more consumers.
Giorgio Armani is building buzz for an upcoming real-time digital journal called Armani Live that will give fans of the designer an intimate peek into the brand. The journal is curated by guests such as Style.com's Tim Blanks and will include content such as virtual galleries, articles, Instagram posts and unique diary entries.
Merced County in California is hiring the nonprofit group Make Someone Happy to deliver and sell fresh produce, dairy and eggs to people living in "food desert" neighborhoods. The produce will come from local farmers whenever possible, and the county's goal is to reduce obesity and chronic illness related to bad eating habits.
Registered dietitian Erica Kang says she lived on a $26 food budget for a week as part of the Welfare Food Challenge in British Columbia, and found she was always hungry and did not get enough calories or nutrients. Kang said buying produce was the biggest challenge, and that rather than buying processed foods, she focused on staples such as rice, beans and milk.
The King Air 350i offers efficient regional transportation, says Beechcraft. The turboprop is 20 to 30 minutes slower than a jet on shorter trips but also burns 20% less fuel. The aircraft lacks the bells and whistles of a luxury jet but has an all-metal airframe, good takeoff safety margins and a modern cockpit, making it a model of the company's slimmed-down goals post-bankruptcy.