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Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4 now available

03/06/2012, Adobe Photoshop Lightroom users will be excited to know that Adobe has released a new version of the program. Bring it up to version 4, Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4 features new adjustment controls for maximizing dynamic range from cameras, new and...

Adobe Photoshop Touch now on iPad

02/27/2012, [MWC 2012] If you’ve been waiting for Adobe Photoshop to arrive on your iPad for you to edit your photographs, good news because it’s finally here. Today, Adobe announced the launch of Adobe Photoshop Touch for the iPad. As part of the Adobe...

Adobe Revel Importer now on Android

02/16/2012, Adobe Revel subscribers who own Android devices will be glad to know that they now have an easy option to upload their photographs to their Adobe Revel photo library. Adobe has just released the Adobe Revel Importer app for Android devices today which...

No Flash for Chrome for Android Beta

02/07/2012, Earlier this morning, we talked about Chrome for Android Beta hitting devices that run on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich – bringing a delectable desktop browsing experience onto your tablet or smartphone device. Well, one of the major components of...

Adobe’s EchoSign makes its way onto iOS

12/22/2011, Sometimes certain situations arise where a contract needs to be signed, but unfortunately you or the other party just can’t wait a few more days for the contracts to arrive, so what do you do? Those in the enterprise world might be familiar with...

Occupy Flash wants to get rid of Flash on desktop browsers

11/21/2011, Adobe recently pulled the plug on Flash Player for mobile, which was met with applaud from most of the world. However, it looks like it’s not going to be enough for some people. And now, a bunch of developers who claim to have worked for Adobe in...

Adobe Flash Player not included with Ice Cream Sandwich

11/21/2011, One of the “perks” that Android has over iOS is its ability to run Flash, so much so that the inclusion of Adobe’s Flash Player is more or less expected on Android. Oddly enough that does not seem to be the case with Google’s latest Android build...

Adobe Touch Apps hit the Android Market

11/14/2011, Adobe might have killed of mobile Flash, but that does not mean they are left with nothing else to offer computer users. Today, they annonuced the availability of Adobe Touch Apps for the Android Market, where it comprises of half a dozen intuitive touch...

Adobe blames Apple for the death of Flash Player for mobile

11/11/2011, Earlier this week, Adobe announced that it would be killing off Flash for mobile browsers, but it didn’t give a reason to why it was doing so. And for those of you who are curious, Mike Chambers, the Principal Product manager for the Flash Platform...

Adobe Flash Player rolls out one last time for mobile platform

11/11/2011, Let us have a minute’s silence with word that Adobe has released their final version of the Flash Player for the range of Android devices and the BlackBerry PlayBook, although the company did pencil in a promise for future updates. I guess things...

RIM will continue to support Flash for the Blackberry Playbook

11/10/2011, So we know that Adobe has plans to drop Flash for mobile browsers, but it seems like RIM is holding on somewhat stubbornly as they have announced that they will continue to develop the Flash plug-in for their Blackberry Playbook tablet device. This is...

Adobe to give up on Flash for mobile browsers

11/09/2011, Adobe has spent a great deal of time and energy making Flash work for mobiles but although Flash is relatively successful on tablets, Adobe is reportedly giving up on Flash for mobile browsers. At this point, its usefulness is relatively limited on...