Adobe to Tune up Flash for TV devices
Intel and Adobe Systems will work together to adapt Adobe's Flash media technology to work in TV-focused devices. They will focus on fine-tuning the Flash Player and Flash Lite for Intel's Media Processor CS 31000. The aim - Intel to ship the first CE 3100 chip with Flash Lite before the middle of the year.
Adobe Floats AIR 1.5 into Linux
Adobe AIR 1.5 for Linux follows the AIR 1.5 release for Windows and Mac which came out in November. In bringing AIR to Linux, Adobe is giving developers another platform that their applications will run on while expanding application availability for Linux desktop users.
Amethyst PE - Adobe AIR and Flex in Microsoft Visual Studio

Amethyst Personal Edition (PE) is an editing and project management environment for developing Adobe Flex and AIR applications using Visual Studio. In the first quarter of 2009 a Professional Edition release including extended features is intended.

Flash and AIR for ARM Platforms

Adobe Systems announced a technology collaboration to optimize and enable Flash Player 10 and AIR for ARM Powered devices, ranging from mobile phones to set-top boxes, mobile internet devices, TVs, automotive platforms, personal media players and other mobile computing devices.

Adobe Unveils Flash Media Server 3.5 Software

Adobe Systems announced Flash Media Interactive Server 3.5 software and Flash Media Streaming Server 3.5 software, two key components of the Adobe Flash Platform, the standard for delivering breakthrough interactive content, applications, and video on the Web.

The new servers include new media delivery options, such as: dynamic streaming; enhanced H.264 video and High Efficiency AAC audio support; and the ability to pause and seek within a live stream. These innovations improve the quality of video delivered over the Web and offer richer interactive experiences for users.

Adobe Wants to Bridge Gap between PCs and Cloud

Microsoft's power with programmers is tied to desktops and laptops, the vast majority of which run Windows. Google is trying to dominate the cloud computing, where applications run on the Web. Adobe, though, is trying to run down the middle with a strategy that touches on both domains.

Adobe Begins Shipping Creative Suite 4

Adobe Systems announced that it has begun shipping Creative Suite 4, the latest edition of its bundle of professional graphics and media applications.

Adobe Flash Player 10 Released

Adobe Systems Inc. announced the release of Adobe Flash Player 10 software. Interactive designers and developers can leverage the new expressive features and visual performance improvements in Flash Player 10 for unprecedented creative control to deliver the most compelling Web applications, interactive content and high quality video to users across multiple browsers and all major operating systems.

Adobe Forms Global Philanthropic Foundation

Adobe Systems Incorporated announced the Adobe Foundation, a global philanthropic organization focused on driving positive social change and community improvement.

Formation of the foundation builds on Adobe’s long history of philanthropy - including grantmaking, software donations and training, employee volunteer programs and education initiatives - focused on making the communities where Adobe operates strong and more vibrant places to live, work and do business.

Flash is Coming to the iPhone

Paul Betlem (senior director of engineering at Adobe Systems) confirmed that Flash is coming to iPhone. However, Betlem says that "Apple calls the shots as to when it'll be available".


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