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John Nack, former senior product manager for Photoshop at Adobe, announced on Monday that he will be leaving the company to join Google’s digital photography team. “It’s about doing something very different from, and I think complementary to, the work I’ve done at Adobe,” Nack said in a goodbye post on his Adobe blog. He didn’t reveal any additional details about the position, but noted that Adobe and Google have collaborated for years, and he hopes to take that further. Google has been making a concerted effort to beef up the photos capabilities in Google+ through the use of features like Auto Awesome and Snapseed, so I wouldn’t be surprised if Nack’s work is focused on further refining the Google+ photo experience.

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A new iOS update is out — but chances are it’s not for you. iOS 7.0.5 is a small, focused update that corrects network provisioning for some iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c models sold in China. According to Mac Rumors, the update is only available for certain phones sold in China, as well as some Asia Pacific/European iPhone models compatible with China’s network. The rest of the world, meanwhile, is still waiting on an update to iOS 7.1, which is currently in its fourth beta with developers. That update is expected to introduce some more substantial changes, including access to Apple’s iOS in the Car in-dash driving feature.

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