Adobe today announced that it was ending its development of Mobile Flash and focusing instead on HTML5. Calling HTML5 “now universally supported on major mobile devices,” Adobe contends that HTML 5 is the “best solution for creating and deploying content across mobile platforms.”
One month after it was unveiled, Adobe’s highly anticipated Carousel application has arrived. The product uses the company’s Adobe Photoshop Lightroom technology to allow customers to access and edit their photos across various devices regardless of operating system.
With Apple reporting that one million iPhone 4Ss were sold in the first 24 hours, it probably isn’t too early to call the latest iPhone a success. Should Apple thank Siri for this and if so what does that mean for the company going forward? In other words, who should Apple gobble up next? We've got some thoughts.
Adobe Systems today unveiled six new apps for Android tablets and the iPad. Each is part of a new cloud-based initiative called the Adobe Creative Cloud. The six Adobe Touch apps are: Adobe Photoshop Touch, Adobe Collage, Adobe Debut, Adobe Ideas, Adobe Kuler, and Adobe Proto.