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The news this week in Android covered a range of topics, including Google ending support on older versions of Webview, a new iPhone-inspired phone appears, and Adobe has released Lightroom for Android.
Adobe steps up the artistic abilities of the iPad 2, while Polycom extends its video collaboration platform to the iPhone 4S.
Adobe has put out a version of its PDF reader software for Apple's iOS, addressing devices including the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch.The free and fully-featured Adobe Reader hit iTunes on Monday, allowing users to read PDF portfolios and password-protected PDF files.
Acquire for Photoshop is a clever utility app from developer Flying Car that lets users take images with an iPhone camera and immediately upload the shots to Adobe Photoshop CS5 or later.
Developers can now use the Adobe Flash Builder platform to develop applications for iOS devices, such as the iPad and iPhone, as well as the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet.Support for the devices — which was announced in April — in Flash Builder 4.
According to a New York Times Bits blog report, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer and Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen met recently to discuss joint strategies to defeat Apple's iOS platform. The story said a merger of the two companies was discussed.
Adobe Flash is finally coming to the iPhone ... thanks to Skyfire.
Will the recent EFF ruling break Apple's Monopoly on iOS Application Stores?
Stevce Case's comments about AOL-Bebo, smartphones and iPhone 4 new shipping date are among today’s top headlines. Get the rolling posts by RSS, or email.
Adobe admitted last week its flash player won't be dominant on smartphones, the fastest growing computer segment. In fact, you can watch YouTube on your iPhone today. So, Adobe, shut up already!
Adobe hasn't had a good time in recent months. Apart from Apple effectively banning Flash from the iPhone and iPad, Adobe's Acrobat and Reader products have been found to suffer serious security flaws. Some information security experts have even suggested that flaws in Adobe's products are now one of the most serious online risks.
Adobe execs said that Apple's move to cut off Flash development for the iPhone and iPad won't impact the company's Creative Suite sales. And HTML 5 isn't ready for prime time.
Apple-Adobe tiff continues, Microsoft's Courier tablet, more on iPhone-Gizmodo, as well as the HP-Palm deal, lead today's top headlines. Get the day's rolling posts via Twitter, RSS, or email.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs has penned an open letter explaining his company's decision to avoid using Adobe Flash on its mobile iPhone, iPod and iPad devices.
Adobe and Apple relations are at an all time low. Flash will no longer be used to develop for iPad, iPhone or iPod touch devices in a row over platforms
Following Apple's revision to its iPhone 4.0 OS license agreement, Adobe will no longer look to bring its Flash apps to Apple's iPhones, says exec.
Adobe's Mike Chambers, principal product manager for the Flash platform, said the company will halt future development on plans to bring Flash apps to Apple's iPhones.
I've been fielding a lot of questions from readers who are wondering if Apple's iPhone/iPad/App Store monopoly, combined with the company's very public spat with Adobe, will end up in an antitrust challenge?
Shantanu Narayen, CEO of Adobe, must be getting tired of these pesky Apple iPhone questions.On Adobe's fiscal first quarter earnings conference call, Narayen was asked about Flash on the iPhone---not to mention the iPad.
You've probably heard that Apple does not allow any interpreted or run-time compiled programs on the iPhone. That's why you don't see Flash, C#, or Java programs there. Now, companies like Adobe and Novell are trying to do something about that. In a ZDNet Q&A, Joseph Hill, product manager for Mono at Novell explains their approach with MonoTouch.