Posts Tagged ‘Adobe’

[Muzaq] Audacity 2.0 Released

The platform independent and Open Source driven audio editing software Audacity has been released in version 2.0. Audacity is available for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. Many people say, Audacity is simply one of the best software audio editors with a huge amount of well designed built-in functions (fading, normalizing, vocal remover etc.). It […]

[Pre] Palm Testing Final Version Of Adobe Flash 10.1

Adobe.com today announced, that Adobe Flash 10.1 for mobile devices has been released to mobile platform partners: Flash Player 10.1 was also released to mobile platform partners to be supported on devices based on Android, BlackBerry, webOS, future versions of Windows® Phone, LiMo, MeeGo and Symbian OS, and is expected to be made available via […]

[iPhone] U.S. Antitrust Authorities Overhauling iPhone OS SDK Licence 4.0

Apple’s strategy of a “walled garden” now seems to be inspected by U.S. antitrust authorities. The Wall Street Journal reports that the Federal Trade Commission and the Justice Department are overhauling Apple’s latest license change for the iPhone OS SDK 4.0. Although the process is at a preliminary stage, the interest of antitrust authorities show […]

[iPhone] Adobe’s CEO Fires Back at Steve Jobs

On Wall Street Journal Adobe’s CEO Shantanu Narayen yesterday nite answered to Steve Jobs latest attack. Jobs had released an open letter yesterday morning. The bottom line of Jobs’ letter is: Adobe Flash is something from the past, as it is not open, it is not energy efficient and it does not unleash the full […]

[iPhone] Adobe Ceases iPhone To Flash Compiler

After Apple’s announcement of their iPhone OS 4 SDK  license: Applications must be originally written in Objective-C, C, C++, or JavaScript as executed by the iPhone OS WebKit engine This came a couple of days before Adobe shipped their latest Creative Suite 5, which contains a native Flash to iPhone compiler. Sadly this compiler can […]

[Flash] Adobe Flash For Mobiles in 2nd Half Of 2010

Murdoch’s Fox TV has spoken to Adobe’s CEO Shantanu Narayen. Besides talking about their intimacy to Apple, Narayen says Adobe Flash for mobile devices like Palm Pre or Android is coming in 2nd half of 2010. Regarding Apple’s anti-flash position, Narayen said: With respect to Apple, it really isn’t a technology decision as much as […]

[Pre] Epic Games Porting Unreal Engine to WebOS

Jon Zilber of Palm today announced in their blog that besides Electronic Arts also Epic Games support the webOS platform. Epic Games is in the middle of porting their Unreal Engine 3 onto Palm’s webOS. Epic’s Unreal Engine is well known from games like Unreal Tournament. Epic is going to offer licenses for developers to […]

[Pre] Adobe Releases Flash 10.1 Beta To Developers

On the Mobile World Congress 2010 in Barcelona, Adobe released Flash 10.1 beta. This non public release aims at developers to allow them to make final changes to their Flash based websites to make them compatible to mobile devices. Currently some Flash based applications are not adjusted to mobile devices. So touching buttons on small […]

[iPhone] No Flash But Lego? Now Adobe Strikes Back…

Apple now has confirmed to be no fan of Adobe Flash. It is too buggy and not open standard and this and that. And foremost: it is no Apple technology ;-) Well, erm… Aswell as the iPhone the iPad is gonna show those nice and tiny Lego bricks instead of Adobe Flash based content. Bringing […]

[iPhone] The Thing With Adobe Flash

Yesterday we’ve shown you a screenshot of the Adobe Flash download page, when you’re browsing it from a Palm Pre. Now we made this test with an iPhone. Sadly the result is what we’ve expected. Adobe and Apple are obviously in ugly negotiations. Visiting the http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/ from an iPhone you can see this: Flash Player […]