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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.
Adobe ships patches to cover multiple security vulnerabilities in Shockwave Player, Adobe Flash Professional, Photoshop and Illustrator.
While the tablet market is driving up NAND flash memory demand, Apple's iPad is commanding over its rivals and gobbling up memory like hotcakes.
Adobe adds an iOS 5-compatible version of its tablet-friendly Photoshop Touch app.
In this episode we discuss the iPad 3 event on March 7 and how iPad apps like Photoshop Touch signal the maturing of the platform. And of course, we play "What's on your Mac."
Adobe has released a version of its Photoshop Touch app for the iPad 2, almost five months after it launched the Android iteration of the same app.The release, which ensures that users can now Photoshop speculative renderings of future iPads on the Apple tablet itself, was announced on Monday at the start of Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
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But it might be the only OS with the patent to do pens the right way…One of the highlights of Adobe's MAX developer conference this year was Photoshop Touch; a tablet application, initially for Android but coming soon for iPad, that's a real application with powerful features. Equally interesting was the device Adobe was demonstrating it on - a prototype Samsung Galaxy Tab with the kind of pressure-sensitive Wacom pen that's been in Tablet PCs for years.
Adobe has baked support for Apple's HTTP Live Streaming technology into Flash Media Server 4.5, providing a workaround for Flash video on iOS devices
Users of Adobe software that have upgraded to Mac OS X Lion are reporting issues with a variety of Adobe products, resulting in reduced functionality, and in some cases complete malfunction
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.
An executive at SAP has predicted that enterprises will be 'mostly using' HTML 5 within two years, as the company looks at ways of delivering its apps to multiple mobile platforms
A year after the introduction of the Apple iPad, is Adobe's Flash platform still relevant on mobile devices and the Web?
Motorola's Xoom is receiving an update that prepares the tablet for Flash rich media functionality, the company said late on Thursday.In a post put up on Twitter late on Thursday, the company said: "Motorola Xoom update rolling out in phases starting tonight and includes required enhancements to support upcoming Adobe Flash Player 10.
Apple releases the iPad 2 on Friday and on the very same day a 9.0 earthquake rocks Japan, one of the centers of NAND flash production. What might the fallout from the quake be to Apple's product availability and rollouts as well as to prices?
iPlayer app will make the most of the touchscreen UI, says the Beeb...
Research in Motion posted a side-by-side video comparing the PlayBook tablet to the iPad. In the video the PlayBook loads web pages faster than the iPad and its Flash capability adds sizzle to sites like Adidas.com.
Research in Motion will reportedly sell its PlayBook for "under" $500 in a bid to take on Apple's iPad. That price is simply admission for getting into the tablet game. The big question is whether Adobe's Flash platform will be a differentiator.
On the 20th anniversary of Photoshop, it's easy to think of Adobe as being all about images and media but with products like Dreamweaver and Flash Builder the company also has a lot of interest in making it easier to write lines of code.At the Sneak Peeks session at its MAX conference (hosted in style by William Shatner and full of obligatory Star Trek jokes), Adobe showed off several features that might make it into future products to make developers' lives easier.