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Adobe Opens Lightroom’s Door to Android

Adobe last week released an Android mobile app as a companion to its Lightroom desktop application and cloud service. Lightroom is a photo processor and image organizer developed by Adobe Systems for Windows and OS X. It is not available for the Linux desktop. Adobe released a mobile app for iOS las...

Adobe’s Open Source Tightrope Walk

Open source software continues to gain momentum -- but what is not growing is an open desire among individual software developers to port their commercial Windows wares to Linux. Open source support is not a mere in or out decision. Some software makers shape their business models to take advantage ...

Dear Adobe: Make Software for Linux Too

What if commercial software developers for popular Windows products sold Linux versions to a waiting market of open source users? Think in terms of paying a subscription fee to use a Linux version of Adobe's Photoshop image manipulation software, for starters. Is porting commercial products like P...

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Adobe Photoshop Touch Is Almost Picture Perfect

Can tablets really perform as well as PCs in professional environments? I for one am still unpacking my laptop when it comes to power applications like imaging. Well, Adobe claims it now delivers its core Adobe Photoshop functionality in an app for Android tablets -- and looking at the feature specs...

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The Curious Case of Adobe’s Almost-Good Move

Well, CES has come and gone for another year, and not a moment too soon! One more new phone announcement, and Linux Girl's head would have surely exploded. There's no doubt it was a mad, mad week -- so wild, in fact, that a curious event occurring outside CES could have escaped the notice of more th...

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In a Flash, Adobe’s 64-Bit Flash for Linux Is Back

It was only a month ago that Adobe cut off Linux's AIR, so bloggers may be excused if they were a bit surprised by last week's news. Namely? In yet another twist in the company's on-again/off-again relationship with our favorite open source operating system -- a roller-coaster ride that involved tak...

Adobe’s Vanishing Linux Air Support: Personal or Strictly Business?

Adobe's recent decision to pull support away from Air for Linux might be the first in a series of market adjustments designed to throttle its bottom line with Android rather than the traditional Linux platform. But the move could cost the company a bank roll of good will. Adobe officials do not see ...

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Adobe Cuts Off Linux’s AIR – ‘and Nothing of Value Was Lost’

Well it's been another scorching few days here in the Linux blogosphere, where summer appears to have set spring on fire and kicked it out the back door. It's no wonder tempers are running hot, but the latest news from the gang over at Adobe has done nothing to help. "We will no longer be releasing ...

Adobe Bulks Up Open Source Street Creds

Adobe has released two new platform initiatives for developers and content publishers: Open Source Media Framework, previously part of the Strobe project, gives developers new open source tools to build media players based on the Adobe Flash Platform; Text Layout Framework, or TLF, provides develope...

Adobe Gives Linux Devs a Blast of Fresh AIR

Adobe announced Thursday the official launch of its Adobe Integrated Runtime (AIR) 1.5 for Linux operating systems. AIR, a component of Adobe's Flash platform, enables Web developers to use HTML, JavaScript, ActionScript and Flex, a free open source framework, to create Web applications outside of t...

Adobe Opens Formats to Shine Flash on More Screens

Adobe Systems has assembled a group of industry leaders in an effort to put its Flash-based rich Internet solutions and content on most every screen -- PCs, mobile phones, MP3 players, televisions and any other consumer electronic device that might have a screen worthy of delivering content. The eff...

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Lamenting OOXML, Reliving April Fools’ Day, Yawning Over Adobe

It was a sad week for many in the open source community following the ISO's approval of Office Open XML as an international standard, and cries of outrage and disbelief could be heard all across the Linux blogs. "If you define interoperability as a single vendor's format to promote operation with th...

Adobe Joins Linux Team, Springs AIR

The Linux community got a double dose of Adobe on Monday when the San Jose, Calif.-based company announced it rolled out some Linux-friendly software and joined the Linux Foundation. Adobe made available an English-only prerelease version of AIR for Linux, which enables developers to apply various W...

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Adobe AIR, Ubuntu Brainstorm and Dream Weekend Hacks

It's the first week of March and Spring is on the horizon -- at least in name, if not in implementation. So it seems appropriate, given the fresh breezes that are surely coming our way, that Adobe should announce that it is planning to port its Adobe Integrated Runtime to Linux. The Linux community ...

Microsoft Fires Silverlight Bullet at Adobe

Microsoft has rolled out alpha and beta versions of Silverlight, its recently announced RIA platform, at a keynote address at the MIX07 conference underway in Las Vegas. As part of its strategy to flatten Adobe with is own iteration of flash technology, Microsoft has configured Silverlight, essentia...

Adobe Makes Bold Foray Into Open Source Territory

Adobe is making an aggressive push into open source with its plans to release the code for its Flex platform. The Flex SDK and documentation will be available under the Mozilla Public License in the second half of 2007. At the same time, though, Adobe will continue to make the Flex SDK and other Fle...

Adobe Releases Flash Player 9 for Linux

Adobe Systems on Wednesday released Flash Player 9 for Linux, the next-generation client runtime for engaging with Flash content and applications on Linux open source operating systems. Additionally, Linux developers can create, test and deploy rich Internet applications on the Linux platform using ...

Adobe Contributes Flash Script to Mozilla

The Mozilla Foundation, backer of the Firefox browser, will use code from Adobe to make the Flash player more flexible and interoperable with other Web scripting tools, Adobe announced this week. Mozilla's use of ActionScript Virtual Machine code, the scripting engine of Adobe's popular Flash Player...

Adobe Lifts Lid on Flash Player 9 for Linux

Software maker Adobe made available the highly-anticipated Linux version of Flash Player 9 in beta form this week. The media player, combined with Adobe's Flex 2 Software Development Kit, make up a fully-supported, free platform for rich Internet applications. A final version of the Linux-specific p...

Adobe Launches Linux-Compatible Reader

Adobe Systems today launched its free Adobe Reader 7.0 for the Linux operating system, allowing users to view and print content published in PDF format. Novell and Red Hat applauded the move, but analysts said not to expect heavy Linux investments from Adobe going forward. Adobe Reader 7.0 joins Ad...

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