Posts Tagged ‘Adobe’

Adobe Launched Flash Player 10.2 for Windows, Mac, and Linux

flashplayer_165x165 You may love or hate Flash Player, but updated versions are never a bad thing. Adobe announced the release of Flash Player 10.2 for Windows, Mac and Linux. Flash Player 10.2 delivers beautiful HD video, faster graphics rendering, and high performance on mobile screens and is designed to take advantage of native device capabilities. This new version features Stage Video, a complete hardware accelerated video-pipeline to bring first-class video on all browsers as well as platforms.

The Adobe Flash Player 10.2 no longer supports Microsoft Windows 2000 and Macintosh PowerPC-based computers.

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5 Free iPhone and iPad Apps Developed By Adobe

apple-adobe For most users, snapping photos on your iPhone should be one of the most useful function, then export the photos into PC, probably some of them need a little bit of touching up.

In fact, Adobe has released some useful apps such as Adobe Photoshop Express which lets you use simple gestures to quickly edit and share photos from your mobile device. Here is the collection of free iPhone and iPad apps developed by Adobe.

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Chrome Integrated PDF—Good or Bad News for Adobe?

google-chrome-integrated-sandboxed-pdf-viewer-comingPDF is one of the most popular document formats that’s used for delivering documents on the web, for read PDF file, normally you need to install Adobe Reader.

Google Chrome Team announced they had integrated PDF viewer to the Chrome beta channel. For most people especially the desktop administrators, you needn’t to continue deploying Adobe Reader with basic PDF needs. With each new release the guys over at Google have made sure to share new features and improvements with us.

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Adobe Is Testing a Beta Version of Flash Designed For the MacBook Air – Flash Could Reduce Battery Runtime By 33%?

flash-player-cjr If you want run Adobe Flash content on the Apple new MacBook Air, you have to download the plugin and install it yourself. Apple said they left Flash Player off the Air so users would be sure to download the latest version.

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20 Coolest Adobe AIR Apps

air_logo Adobe AIR allows developers to take advantage of different technology in order to further develop their own applications. These applications run outside of the Web browser and can function across multiple platforms. Adobe AIR, which is free, is used by many companies, such as Nickelodeon, eBay and National Geographic.

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Vimeo Joined Apple Bandwagon Shunning Flash In Favor Of The New Embeddable HTML5 Video Player

vimeo-html5Though the popular video sharing service Vimeo introduced an HTML5-based video playback site in early 2010, recently it joined the Apple bandwagon, effectively shunning Flash in favor of the new embeddable HTML5 video player which is optimized for both the iPhone and iPad. User can emb videos with the new “Universal Player” now. Before this, YouTube has enhanced videos embed capability to support Adobe Flash and HTML5 Players.

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Adobe and Microsoft Are Working Together With MAPP

it_photo_96499_33 Microsoft made the announcement on last Wednesday at the annual Black Hat conference in Las Vegas, the new security initiatives and tools which focus on partnership with other tech and security vendors helps identify threats and vulnerabilities more quickly. Adobe would be releasing advance vulnerability information to security vendors through Microsoft’s existing MAPP (Microsoft Active Protections Program).

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Adobe Has Acquired Switzerland-based Day Software For $240 Million

Buy It seems to confirm the news Adobe Will Create New Business Unit To Handle Its Most High-profile Products, Adobe Systems said Wednesday that it has acquired Day Software, which makes enterprise content management software, for $240 million, holding in a deal now. Adobe plans to use to strengthen its enterprise software offerings.

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