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September 8, 2014 by

Adobe adds HTML5 support to Primetime DRM

Adobe also made Primetime DRM available on apps without a Flash Player plugin, representing a shift away from its Flash-player approach in favor of using emerging HTML5 extensions that support video embedded directly into Web pages.

September 13, 2013 by

Mac users: You have to patch too

OS X and Mac applications have security vulnerabilities too; some people still don't believe it, but it's true. Here are the latest ones and why you need to take them seriously.

May 9, 2012 by

Adobe users required to pay for security

Adobe's recent release of patches for Photoshop, Illustrator, Flash Professional and Shockwave have all been marked critical by the company, but users will be required to pay out of their own pocket for almost all of them.

December 21, 2011 by

Apple locks in flash tech with Anobit buy

Apple has bought Israeli flash memory company Anobit for half a billion dollars, according to an Israeli newspaper.The $500m (£318m) buy, which neither Apple nor Anobit have confirmed, was reported by The Calcalist on Tuesday.

November 23, 2011 by

Photoshop users attack Adobe upgrade policy change

The head of a US Photoshop user group has begged Adobe to delay its recently-introduced upgrade policy, which will force people using Creative Suite 4 apps or earlier versions to pay twice to upgrade to the upcoming Creative Suite 6 iterations of those apps.Adobe said earlier this month that it was changing its upgrade policy for people using Creative Suite (CS) apps such as Photoshop and Illustrator, so that only those who already have the last major version can upgrade to the new version.

November 22, 2011 by

Mobile Flash killed by app domination

Many have seen Adobe's choice to ditch Flash Player for mobile as a sign that it has conceded the fight to be included on Apple's mobile devices, but the company actually just thinks there is little future use in browser-based Flash for mobile.

November 9, 2011 by

Adobe moves away from Flash for mobiles

Adobe will focus its mobile developments on HTML5 rather than Flash in the future, as the open standard-based media technology is more widely supported across a range of mobile devices

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