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  • Photoshop.com Mobile for Android hits UK...
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    Photoshop.com Mobile for Android hits UK...

    By 24 November 2009

    Adobe has made its Photoshop.com Mobile for Android app available outside the US allowing HTC Hero, Samsung i7500 and Motorola Cliq users, amongst others, the ability to edit their photos on the go. The app, which is virtually identical to the Adobe...

  • Adobe announces AIR 2 and Flash Player 10.1
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    Adobe announces AIR 2 and Flash Player 10.1

    By 18 November 2009

    Adobe has announced that beta versions of Adobe AIR 2 and Adobe Flash Player 10.1 are now available from Adobe Labs for Windows, Mac and Linux operating systems. Flash Player 10.1 is also available for x86-based netbooks, and Adobe says it's expected...

  • Adobe to cut 680 jobs
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    Adobe to cut 680 jobs

    By 11 November 2009

    Adobe has revealed it is to cut 680 jobs - a figure that amounts to 9% of its total workforce. The software company had already cut around 600 jobs towards the end of 2008 when the global downturn was in full swing as part of cost-cutting measures. In...

  • Adobe Photoshop for mobile Android edition launched
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    Adobe Photoshop for mobile Android edition launched

    By 6 November 2009

    Adobe Photoshop.com Mobile for iPhone app has come to the Android platform the company has announced. Following on from the launch of the iPhone app in the US in October, the company has rolled out the "Free" app on the Google OS. The Android application...

  • Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3 beta - First Look review
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    Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3 beta - First Look review

    By 27 October 2009

    If you're a disorganised photographer then chances are you store your digital photos on your computer, back them up and then forget about them until someone says: "Do you have a picture of a women on a bus in London eating a sandwich?" Of course you do,...

  • Adobe Lightroom 3 beta released
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    Adobe Lightroom 3 beta released

    By 22 October 2009

    Adobe has announced the availability of Photoshop Lightroom 3 as a free download for photographers to try.  The new application, which allows photographers to catalogue their photo collections as well as perform basic editing processes to their pictures...

  • Adobe Photoshop.com Mobile for iPhone   review
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    Adobe Photoshop.com Mobile for iPhone review

    By 12 October 2009

    We all know the iPhone camera isn't the best, we also know that chances are you take pictures that are good, but maybe need a little help on the improving side. Yep, there is an app for that. But has the imaging software company cracked it, or is this...

  • Adobe Photoshop Mobile for iPhone app released
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    Adobe Photoshop Mobile for iPhone app released

    By 9 October 2009

    Adobe is the latest company to launch an iPhone app, according to an announcement on Friday. The free app, currently only available in US and Canadian iTunes stores, will allow users to edit their photos, apply effect and share images from their phone...

  • VIDEO: Sneak peak into the future of Adobe Photoshop
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    VIDEO: Sneak peak into the future of Adobe Photoshop

    By 9 October 2009

    Adobe has posted a video revealing what features future versions of its Photoshop software might offer. Revealed online for those that could not make it to Photoshop World, Adobe says it's a "sneak peek of technologies we're working on in the Photoshop...

  • iPhone already has Flash, just not in Safari
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    iPhone already has Flash, just not in Safari

    By 5 October 2009

    The Apple iPhone already has six Flash based applications available to download via the App Store, Adobe has said. The news, which might come as a surprise to Apple, has been possible through a new authoring package from the company that is more famous...

  • Flash coming to almost every smartphone
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    Flash coming to almost every smartphone

    By 5 October 2009

    Adobe has announced a whole pile of deals with manufacturers of almost all the world's major smartphones. It's done deals with RIM (who produce the BlackBerry handsets), Symbian, Windows Mobile, Palm, and Google. Notice one name missing from that list?...

  • Adobe Photoshop Elements 8 is here
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    Adobe Photoshop Elements 8 is here

    By 23 September 2009

    Adobe's Photoshop Elements for PC and Mac and Premiere Elements for PC software are due for their yearly update. Version 8 of both programs has been released, and contains a host of new functionality, mostly in the ease-of-use department. These bits of...

  • Nokia N900 internet tablet handset announced
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    Nokia N900 internet tablet handset announced

    By 27 August 2009

    Nokia has confirmed the truth in recent internet rumours by announcing the launch of the ARM-powered Nokia N900. Running Maemo 5, an open source, Linus-based OS, the claim is that it delivers a "PC-like experience on a handset-sized device". Nokia has...

  • RIM to bring flash to BlackBerry phones
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    RIM to bring flash to BlackBerry phones

    By 19 August 2009

    Research in Motion is to add full Adobe Flash and Microsoft Sliverlight support to future BlackBerry devices according to sources online. The news, which would drag the business devices kicking and screaming into being a truly consumer offering would...

  • HTC Hero first Android phone to get Flash
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    HTC Hero first Android phone to get Flash

    By 24 June 2009

    HTC's new Hero is the first Android phone to ship with support for Adobe Flash. "As the first Android device with Flash, the new HTC Hero represents a key milestone for Android and the Flash Platform. With close to 80% of all videos online delivered with...

  • Adobe: Flash support to smartphones this year
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    Adobe: Flash support to smartphones this year

    By 23 June 2009

    Adobe has confirmed that web TV fans should be able to get their fix of video on the go on their mobile from later on this year. "We are bringing Flash player 10 to smartphone class devices to enable the latest web browsing experience", confirmed Shantanu...

  • Adobe updates Acrobat.com
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    Adobe updates Acrobat.com

    By 15 June 2009

    A year after its launch, Adobe has announced a major update to its Acrobat.com website in the US, as it ups the ante against online document sharing sites like Google Docs. The site, which has moved out of public beta, will offer Americans two new, paid...

  • Facebook comes to Seesmic Desktop
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    Facebook comes to Seesmic Desktop

    By 4 May 2009

    The makers behind Seesmic Desktop, the Twitter software that replaced Twirl, have announced that the software will now allow you to track Facebook as well as Twitter as it moves to become your social networking hub. The new version, available to download...

  • Adobe's "Open Screen" Flash platform available to manufacturers
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    Adobe's "Open Screen" Flash platform available to manufacturers

    By 20 April 2009

    Adobe's Open Screen Project plans for Flash content on your television have got a step closer. Connected digital home devices with the "optimised implementation" of Flash technology that will deliver high definition video and "rich" applications will...

  • iRex announces support for Adobe Reader Mobile 9
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    iRex announces support for Adobe Reader Mobile 9

    By 20 February 2009

    iRex Technologies has announced that it has reached agreement with Adobe to license the Reader Mobile 9 SDK, providing support for the PDF and EPUB file formats plus support for Adobe's content protection technology which it will offer on its iRex DR1000...

  • Adobe Reader Mobile SDK launches
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    Adobe Reader Mobile SDK launches

    By 16 February 2009

    Adobe has launched the new Adobe Reader Mobile SDK, a software development kit that will help companies to design handheld devices that are able to download and display PDF content and eBooks. The new software engine delivers support for reflowable PDF...

  • Adobe and Nokia announce $10m Open Screen Project fund
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    Adobe and Nokia announce $10m Open Screen Project fund

    By 16 February 2009

    At Mobile World Congress, Adobe and Nokia have announced a $10 million Open Screen Project fund aimed at helping developers create applications and services for mobile, desktop and consumer electronics devices using the Adobe Flash platform. Announced...

  • Palm joins Adobe's Open Screen Project
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    Palm joins Adobe's Open Screen Project

    By 16 February 2009

    At the Mobile World Congress event in Barcelona, Adobe has announced Palm is joining the Open Screen Project. The Open Screen Project is an industry initiative to enable standalone applications and full web browsing across televisions, desktops and mobile...

  • Archos to launch Android-based Internet Media Tablet
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    Archos to launch Android-based Internet Media Tablet

    By 9 February 2009

    Archos has announced it is to launch an "ultra-thin Internet Media Tablet combined with a mobile phone" based on both its own and Google's Android operating system. Android will mean the IMT (as Archos calls it) will get all the "functionalities of a...

  • Photoshop photo magnets bring your Mac to life
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    Photoshop photo magnets bring your Mac to life

    By 3 February 2009

    If you're a bit of a Mac fanatic, and spend a fair bit of time fiddling around on Photoshop or Illustrator, you might find this clever magnetic photo board is right up your street. Wall-mountable and designed by Brazil's Meninos, the magnetic photo board...