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Adobe moves flagship software upgrades to cloud

Adobe Systems Inc said upgrades for its flagship software package, which includes Photoshop, Illustrator and Flash, would be available only through online subscriptions, effective immediately.


Adobe: Flash is an Exception to Windows 8's 'Plug-in Free' Rule

One of the unambiguous messages we heard from Microsoft's Build 2011 conference in Anaheim all last week was that development of HTML5 "Metro-style apps" for Windows 8 would be "plug-in free." All requests for Microsoft to "clarify" that rule only underscored the blunt reality of the statement: HTML5 is about the absence of plug-ins, and thus, Metro will have an absence of plug-ins ...


Disney Buys HTML5 Gaming Startup Rocket Pack

Disney (DIS) has acquired Rocket Pack, a Helsinki-based start up producing HTML5 video games, TechCrunch reports. Terms weren’t disclosed, but TechCrunch says one source said the deal was valued at between $10 million and $20 million. The story adds that the company’s software allows the creation of games that run in Web browsers, with no plug-in or Flash required.


Bradley Cooper Denies Flash Rumors

Says that he has "never heard" about the project


Flash 10.1 Tops 1 Million Downloads on Android Phones

Flash 10.1 has officially surpassed the 1-million-downloads mark for Android smartphones, according to information we’ve just received from Adobe.


Full flash video on phones

Watching video on the vast majority of websites has become possible on a mass market phone. The world's most popular video system, Adobe Flash, can now be played on the HTC Desire.


Judge OKs iPhone lawsuit against Apple, AT&T

A federal judge says a monopoly abuse lawsuit against Apple and AT&T's mobile phone unit can move forward as a class action.


Flash bursts onto Android

Flash bursts onto Android

Adobe has launched a final version of Flash 10.1 for Android, so iPhone users can now officially feel left out, though they'll be in good company for a while yet. Android users running version 2.2 will be able to ...


Adobe Faces Tough Fight for Flash Survival

Adobe Faces Tough Fight for Flash Survival

Google is supporting Flash, but Adobe faces a formidable foe in battling Apple.


Apple Wins Ground in Fight Over Flash

Apple is making headway in its fight against Adobe as some companies shift away the Flash video and animation technology.

Senh: At the same time, Android phones are touting Flash support. And they've already surpassed iPhones in market share. When google comes out with their tablet computer, I see them beating the iPad too. There are still too many sites with Flash on the web, and despite the number of iPads sold,they're still a niche market compared to desktop computers. What I see is designers will just do a browser detect and offer iPad owners a Flash-less version of their site. I think Apple will lose this fight.


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