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AIR for Android now available on Android Market

October 08th 2010 | Jens C Brynildsen

In about two weeks time, it's time for the biggest Adobe event of the year - the Adobe MAX conference and in the days up to the conference, we can expect to see a lot of sneaks teasing what is to come. One major of these is that from today, users can download and install the AIR runtime from the Android Market.


64-bit Flash Players out on Labs

September 15th 2010 | Jens C Brynildsen

After being nagged by the (Linux) Flash community for years, Adobe finally released preview versions of full 64-bit Flash Players for Mac, Windows and Linux today.


FOTB ticket sales end tonight

September 10th 2010 | Jens C Brynildsen

Midnight tonight the ticket sales for this years premier Flash event will close. If you have not secured your ticket yet, make sure you grab one now! As usual, Flashmagazine will cover the event and Adobe officials have promised sneaks of upcoming Flash Player features so this is one not to miss.


And we’re back

September 09th 2010 | David Vogeleer

Today, Apple reversed its previous stance on using third party tools to develop native apps for iOS (the software that powers the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad). They made the announcement today on their website, siting changes in the licensing agreement for iOS developers, as well as posting App Store guidelines to provide more transparency about the process.


gotoAndSki();

June 01st 2010 | Jens C Brynildsen

Did the ski season end too early? Want to go hiking on northern Europe's highest mountain? Want to learn the latest about Flash Player 10.1 and Android? Flash User Group Norway puts on a FlashCamp offering some serious high altitude Flashing 11-13th June.


Adobe loves Apple (and Choice)

May 13th 2010 | Jens C Brynildsen

Today Adobe launched a campaign in response to Steve Jobs 'Thoughts on Flash'. The campaign is spearheaded by Adobe founders Chuck Geschke and John Warnock, and the campaign site debunks the myths mentioned in Jobs open letter regarding touch, video, performance, security and openness.


The ‘Flash Fight’ continues

May 01st 2010 | Jens C Brynildsen

Every time Apple CEO Steve Jobs speak, the world listens. His most recent letter is a solid attack on Adobe and Flash. Today the Wall Street Journal got to discuss Jobs letter with Adobe CEO and president Shantanu Narayen that says this is business, not software.