2046 readersKevin Lynch was part of a recent Engadget Show where he talks about Flash on Mobile and Devices and other topics (some regarding Apple and Adobe relationship). Kevin Lynch chat’in it up on Engadget
1487 readersSignificant Mid-Cycle Product Release Delivers Essential Innovation Across Flash, HTML5, Video, Mobile App and Digital Publishing Tools; Company Introduces New Subscription Payment Plan and Brings Tablets into Creative WorkflowsSAN JOSE, Calif., — April 11, 2011 — Adobe Systems Incorporated (Nasdaq:ADBE) today announced the new Adobe® Creative Suite® 5.5 product line, enabling designers and developers to target
7175 readersSignificant Mid-Cycle Product Release Delivers Essential Innovation Across Flash, HTML5, Video, Mobile App and Digital Publishing Tools; Company Introduces New Subscription Payment Plan and Brings Tablets into Creative WorkflowsSAN JOSE, Calif., ̵...
23464 readersAdobe is pleased to announce the immediate availability of Adobe AIR 2.6 for Android smartphones and tablets. AIR 2.6 for Android adds support for Android 3.0 and the latest Android tablet devices – including the Motorola Xoom – as well as improvements to performance and GPU-based rendering, updated Android gesture support, and improved handling of
1480 readersAdobe is helping solve the challenges of delivering multiscreen experiences with both Flash and HTML5 acrossareas of content creation that include websites, digital publishing, online video, enterprise applications, and gaming. Adobe's strategy is to help developers, creative pros, and entire organizations express themselves across the wide variety of devices that we are all using in
1039 readersAdobe CTO Kevin Lynch reaffirms that we have already decided to shift our focus away from Apple devices for both Flash Player and AIR, and notes that we are working to bring Flash Player and AIR to all the other major participants in the mobile ecosystem, including Google, RIM, Palm (soon to be HP), Microsoft,
13402 readersAdobe has rolled out the Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 update, which provides significant upgrades to their entire Creative Suite line of products. The new version is available now and can be purchased starting at $1299 (Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 Design Stan...
1246 readersAdobe CTO Kevin Lynch was interviewed by The Engadget Show talking about Flash on devices, and more: The full show runs over an hour, and Kevin's video is up front.
1337 readersHere's a great interview with Kevin Lynch from yesterday's Web 2.0 Expo. He talks a lot of sense, but also gets misquoted in a lot of so-called tech blogs. So instead of consuming the spin-everything-into-an-HTML5-versus-Flash posts and FUD-injected written articles I suggest you just watch this video and hear things from the horse's mouth. Good
1296 readersAdobe CTO Kevin Lynch was interviewed at the Web 2.0 Expo conference this week and he covered an number of interesting topics, including Flash and HTML5, innovation, cross-platform development, Apple and walled gardens versus openness, freedom ...
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