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Adobe Scan turns physical documents into editable PDF files

Adobe Scan turns physical documents into editable PDF files

If you are wondering why you should opt for Adobe's app over the existing scanning apps available on Google Play store or Apple's App Store, the new scanning app comes with Adobe Document Cloud integration. You can crop, rotate, and use automatic color, grayscale, or whiteboard options. Scan uses Adobe's Sensei , the company's machine learning platform.



Trump to announce decision on climate change today

A USA withdrawal could deepen a rift with US allies. "If the United States leaves the framework convention, the USA will become a rogue state ", says Bangladeshi climate expert Saleemul Huq. CEOs from 24 leading United States firms, including tech giants Apple , Facebook , Google, and Microsoft, and food maker Unilever also urged him to stay.



Theresa May criticised for missing TV election debate

She said Mrs May had the strength to "take us through Brexit " and a vote for anyone else was a vote for Mr Corbyn "and that coalition". "Our government needs to be at our strongest to take us through Brexit". He added: "Our schools are underfunded, our hospitals are overcrowded, our students are saddled with debt, there's a growing housing crisis". Corbyn used a rally in Basildon, in southeastern England , to say that May and the Conservatives are putting Britain's economy at risk by ...


China warns of 'global consensus' on tackling climate change

China warns of 'global consensus' on tackling climate change

Mr Trump is scheduled to announce his position on Friday at 5am (AEST), with a number of media outlets quoting sources saying the U.S. president will pull out of the 2015 deal. UN Secretary-General: "Climate action is not just a necessity but an opportunity to forge a peaceful and sustainable future on a healthy planet". "The climate conversation should cease to be a shouting match", Guterres said.



Manchester terror attack bomber 'called mother to say forgive me'

The bombing, which took place at the Manchester Arena indoor venue just after the end of a concert by USA pop singer Ariana Grande , was the deadliest in Britain since July 2005, when 52 people were killed in attacks on London's transport network.