News tagged ‘adobe’
Thursday, 10 Jun 2010
Adobe Systems Incorporated has announced the immediate availability of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3 software for Windows and Macintosh, the essential digital photography workflow solution that allows photographers to quickly organize, enhance and showcase their images from one application.
Wednesday, 9 Jun 2010
Adobe Lightroom 3 was released a scant couple of days ago on July 7th, and already reviews about Adobe's latest abound. So what's new? Lens correction, faster performance, support for video are all in there, but the biggest news seems to be Lightroom's new noise reduction feature, which promises to clean-up the grainiest high ISO photo.
Monday, 7 Jun 2010
According to Kaspersky, Adobe products are currently the primary target for hackers and virus writers worldwide due to their prevalence and multi-platform capabilities.
Thursday, 20 May 2010
The Adobe HTML5 Pack is an extension to Adobe Dreamweaver CS5, the latest version of the industry-leading HTML authoring tool for website design.
Friday, 14 May 2010
Adobe took out ads in 24 major newspapers and websites in response to criticisms of Adobe's software by Apple.
Tuesday, 4 May 2010
Adobe ships the Creative Suite 5 which includes five new versions, namely the Creative Suite 5 Master Collection, Creative Suite 5 Design Premium, Creative Suite 5 Web Premium, Creative Suite 5 Production Premium and Creative Suite 5 Design Standard.
Friday, 30 Apr 2010
Steve Jobs open letter on Adobe's Flash seems to have raised a lot of eyebrows, and has made plenty of valid points, but not everything mentioned is accurate, as pointed out by this Flash developer.
Thursday, 29 Apr 2010
Adobe's preview release of the Gala Flash player will allow hardware acceleration of H.264 video for certain Mac computers.
Wednesday, 28 Apr 2010
Google's Andy Rubin revealed some info about the company's upcoming Froyo update to its Android OS, one of which is the inclusion of Flash support on Android 2.2.
Friday, 23 Apr 2010
Apple and Adobe are at it again. This time, Apple strikes back saying that it is in fact Flash that is closed and proprietary.