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The latest in the company's Flip PC convertible notebook line is its smallest yet, and ships with Adobe Photoshop Elements 12 pre-installed.
Photoshop is a big, heavy application that, when pushed hard, can bring even a high-end system to its knees. For hardcore graphics designers, a dedicated piece of kit is essential.
Adobe has urged PC, Mac, Linux and Android users to download a critical update for Flash Player, in order to mitigate an attack that has already been reported in the wild.According to Adobe, various vulnerabilities in Flash Player "could cause a crash and potentially allow an attacker to take control of the affected system".
Spring turned out to be the season of security flaws and vulnerabilities, and Adobe doesn't have much to be proud about according to Kaspersky Lab's list for top ten PC software vulnerabilities.
Android smartphones and Facebook are attracting more attention from malware writers, according to the AVG Community Powered Threat Report Q1 2011, which is a sort of "online neighborhood watch". In the PC market, there has been "an explosion in Blackhole Exploit Kits", which are mainly used to attack sercurity flaws in Oracle's Java and Adobe Reader.
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Adobe launched its Flash Player 10.2 with hardware accelerated video. The gist is that Adobe says it can now deliver video more efficiently with less strain on your PC.
It's 2010. Mobile access to the web, either on a portable PC or on a handset is a reality thanks to WiFi and 3G. But we only have access to certain parts of the web, thanks to the widespread adoption of Adobe Flash.
The Adobe Flash Player 6 that ships by default in Windows XP is vulnerable to multiple code execution vulnerabilities that could lead to PC takeover attacks.
I've just received an announcement from the Gizmo5 people of their latest feature - Gizmocall. It is an Adobe Flash based utility for making audio calls, either free PC-to-PC for other Gizmo5 users, or to PSTN (land line or mobile) numbers.
Adobe is aiming for greater use of its Flash Player multimedia Web software within mobile and other non-PC devices by launching its Open Screen Project — an industry alliance it hopes will garner the support of large vendors in the embedded multimedia space.
Last week, in the course of asking if Adobe could or should follow in salesforce.com’s platform as a service (PaaS) shoes, I wondered aloud what 300 million devices Adobe CEO Bruce Chizen was referring to when he cited that number as being the current global non-PC footprint of Flash.
The guy at Adobe who told me in slightly nicer words to go and perform an anatomically improbable act on myself in response to my complaints about a piece of PC garbage they sold me for $795 didn't care about his company, his product, or his customer. He cared about his bottom line, and he already had my cash.
PC World is reporting that Adobe plans to release a public beta of Apollo that will coincide with their Apollo Camp event on March 16th. With an updated labs site and books already published, it looks like we'll be seeing a public version soon.
I just caught this over at the Flex Team blog. Adobe is planning to release it's Flex Builder IDE, which is built on Eclipse, on both the Intel Mac and the traditional Power PC chipset.
How is Adobe's multimedia software dealing with the YouTube effect? CNET News.com's Neha Tiwari talks to Adobe Systems' Mike Downey to find what we should expect from Flash--including reaching beyond the PC.
Existing Premiere users will want to switch to this version straight away; newcomers to video editing will also find it less daunting, but still extremely powerful.
Adobe is pushing a new consumer version of Photoshop that focuses on organizing the glut of photos that can quickly swamp the hard drive on a digital camera owner's PC.
Rival software maker Adobe Systems is set to dump a bit of rain on Macromedia's parade Monday. While Macromedia executives tout one of the company's biggest product launches ever--Web design tools Dreamweaver MX--company lawyers will be in court for the beginning of a contentious patent suit against Adobe. Adobe filed the suit in August 2000, alleging that the user interface of Macromedia's Flash Web animation tool infringes on Adobe's patent for "tabbed palettes," a feature that allows users of design software to rearrange the work space on the PC screen. Macromedia responded with a countersuit soon after, charging that Adobe's Photoshop image-editing software and its GoLive Web design software infringe on two patents that Macromedia holds for editing tools. Adobe and Macromedia representatives confirmed that a jury trial for the original Adobe suit is scheduled to begin Monday in U.S. District Court in Wilmington, Del., the same venue currently playing host to the star-studded Hewlett-Packard trial. The Macromedia countersuit is expected to go before a jury shortly after the original case is decided. Adobe and Macromedia have emerged as contentious business competitors, with Adobe especially looking to cut into the commanding lead held by Macromedia's Dreamweaver in the market for professional Web design software. --David Becker, Special to ZDNet News
Adobe Systems said Tuesday that a version of its Acrobat Reader program is now available for Pocket PC handhelds. The software is available free from Adobe's Web site.
Demonstrating how it has forsaken its PC-only heritage, the company announces new software titles for the Mac OS X operating system. Adobe: Are you watching?
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