The love-hate relationship that millions of computer geeks around the world have with Flash is about to change. Flash Player has gotten a makeover and released its version 11. The widely-used browser plug-in from Adobe got an overhaul, undoubtedly due to threats to its monopoly from rapidly-growing web standards competitors like HTML5, Silverlight and Java […]
Adobe is finally moving beyond Flash. Sort of. Adobe is giving up their sole focus on Flash and entering the exciting world of HTML 5. Before you get too excited — they are only releasing a first preview of their new HTML 5 tryout — Edge. Could this be Adobe’s first foray into the eccentric […]
Earlier this month, Apple previewed Final Cut Pro X; the newest version of the company’s professional non-linear video editing software and Photoshop Touch SDK. But, the next biggest announcement was that of Adobe’s declaration to add support for HTTP Live streaming (HLS) to its Flash Media Server. HLS helps send live or pre-recorded video to […]
During their Microsoft’s MIX ’11 conference in Las Vegas, Microsoft announced their upcoming release of Mango, the new Windows Phone OS. Mango is expected this fall. Mango will be Microsoft’s offering to finally compete with the more robust operating systems currently dominating the market — finally bringing features already popular in the market like multitasking.
With all the Buzz about Google’s upcoming Chrome OS — Buzz… get it… a little Google joke, but with all the buzz about Google’s upcoming release of cloud-based operating system Chrome, people aren’t taking much interest in Linux’s already released cloud OS — Splashtop. The new cloud-based OS has yet to make a big splash […]
Come2Play and the Linkedin Flash Game Developers Group are launching the 2nd “Games that Challenge the World Contest” for multiplayer games. Cash prizes totalling $10,000 will be awarded to contest winners! Prizes: 1st Place – $5,000 2nd Place – $3,000 3rd Place – $1,250 4th Place – $750 Contest Genre & Judging: The contest genre […]
Since Apple has lowered restrictions, Adobe Systems has restarted work on the ‘Packager’ for the iPhone that enables developers to make native iOS apps out of Flash programs.
Adobe Flash Platform Summit 2010 will feature a convergence of thousands of developers and designers, Adobe community members and Adobe teams, a diverse set of topics ranging from the more technical Flash, Flex, AIR and processing to pure design, mobile.
Apple has finally given in to the relentless pursuit by Adobe and all it world wide users by allowing developers to build flash iPhone apps using the new Flash Professional CS5.