Adobe announced that the company has finally decided to bid adieu to its once-upon-a-time popular tool – Flash for mobile platforms. The news came in as “good news” for Apple, since the tool falls short in the area where the mobile era is bound to – Less battery usage, touch interface and open web standards. Adobe’s chief of developer relations Mike Chambers explains us clearly why Adobe decided to end Flash for mobile platforms

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Adobe will continue providing security updates to Flash on Android, for source code licensees. However, it will not develop Flash for mobile anymore.

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Adobe Flash Player 11 + Adobe AIR 3

Adobe Systems has announced Flash Player 11 and Adobe AIR 3 software to enable the next generation of immersive application experiences across devices and platforms. Flash Player 11 and AIR 3 allow game publishers to instantly deliver console-quality 2D and 3D games over the Internet to anyone with a PC, tablet, smartphone or connected TV.

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Tomorrow, Adobe will be releasing an Adobe Reader and Acrobat security update which will remove DigiNotar certificates from its trusted list. The update will be available for both Windows and Mac. Once installed,it will remove DigiNotar certificates from the ‘Adobe Approved Trust List program’ or AATL.

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Yesterday, Adobe announced the release of Flash Media Server 4.5 and Flash Access 3.0, tools to allow publishers to host streaming Flash video content.

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Today, MacStories has discovered that Adobe released a new iOS app called “CreatePDF”. “CreatePDF” is a $9.99 universal app allowing users to easily create PDFs on their iPhones or iPads.

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With great improvements in the Windows updates mechanism and several Windows XP users moving to a more secure Windows 7 experience, Microsoft is no more featured in the top 10 vulnerability rating of the latest quarterly malware report released by Kaspersky Labs.

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Today Adobe has announced that they will no longer support AIR on the Linux desktop. They will now focus their resource on developing AIR for iOS and Linux on mobile devices – particularly Android.

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Adobe has recently released a new update to the Flash Player in the Android Market. The current build number for Flash Player 10.3 for Android 2.2 and above is 10.3.185.23.

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Flash 10.2 adds hardware acceleration support through Stage Video and also supports full screen videos on dual monitors.

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Adobe has released a new Flash 10.2 beta for Windows, Mac and Linux which introduces a number of enhancements and new APIs. Flash 10.2 beta also support Internet Explorer 9 hardware acceleration.

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Adobe Air 2.5 has camera, accelerometer, multi-touch and hardware acceleration support but that is not all. It also has a new market called InMarket.

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Adobe AIR

Adobe has released the Adobe AIR application on the Android market. Adobe AIR allows developers to create applications that can be easily ran on various platforms with minimal changes in their code.

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The Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) filed 8 lawsuits against illegal sellers of Adobe Systems software. The lawsuits involved sellers on eBay and other websites who sold Adobe OEM software illegally.

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Adobe Will Change the Face of Photography with a New Technology

Adobe is out to change the very face of photography with a new technology that computes an image instead of simply displaying it. This new technology uses plenoptic lenses to capture a series of images over certain depth range.

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