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Adobe® Creative Suite 6 to Launch Today, Prices Unveiled

Tweet After introducing Adobe Photoshop CS6 beta last month, the software company is expected to launch another interesting software today in San Francisco. Dubbed as Adobe Creative Suite 6, it will be made available in four different packages, including Adobe Creative Suite 6 Design Standard, Adobe Creative Suite 6 Design & Web Premium, Adobe Creative Suite 6 Production Premium, and Adobe Creative... Read More »

Adobe® launches Flash Player 11.2 and AIR 3.2

Tweet To bring advanced 3D gaming to web browsers and mobile handsets, Adobe has announced the release of Flash Player 11.2 and AIR 3.2. The launch of Flash Player 11.2 will enable Adobe to bring support for mouse click, right and middle click events, and multi-threaded video decoding. In addition to this, the Flash Player 11.2 will support 2D and 3D graphics at a speed of up to 60 frames per second.... Read More »
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Adobe® Photoshop CS6 beta is readily available for download

Tweet Adobe finally gets into the act of releasing an upgraded version for its Photoshop application. Adobe is almost done with the development of its upcoming variant of photo editing application. Adobe Photoshop CS6 beta software is now available on the Internet for download. Adobe had already told its customers that the full program will come in the end of second quarter 2012. Nevertheless, the... Read More »
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Google™ Chrome Update Enhances Speed

Tweet An Internet browser plays a very important role in performing daily computing tasks. Google Chrome is one of the most popular web browsers. Google Chrome is fast, reliable and very easy to use. It was launched as a beta version for the Microsoft Windows operating system on 2nd September 2008, and the browser was made available to the users on 11th December 2008. Now, the latest version of... Read More »

How to Create PDF files in Microsoft® Word

Tweet PDF stands for Portable Document Format. This is the most widely used document format from Adobe which has gained immense popularity because of its features. Any kind of information, be it text, image, tables, charts, hyperlinks, etc can all be consolidated into one single document and sent across. PDF also works seamlessly on web pages and viewers for PDF files are free of cost. You can download... Read More »

Adobe to introduce new Flash Player: Square

Tweet Adobe recently has released a trial version of Flash Player plug-in that will enable Flash to be in par with new technologies emerging in the web domain. In past year web browsers have released 64-bit designs.  With the initial release of the 64 bit version, Adobe seeks to provide greater support to Internet Explorer 9 beta. The new Flash version is called “Square” which is available for... Read More »
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Major Flaw detected in Adobe Acrobat and Reader

Tweet Adobe Acrobat and Reader have been one of the extensive document application readers that have enabled individuals and corporations to enable communications through its platform. Moreover the file format that Acrobat has supported over the years has enabled users to edit and store information in a document, in order to enhance security. Adobe Systems and Microsoft recently announced the release... Read More »
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Better security with Adobe-MAPP association

Tweet Application and platform security is priority to many computer users around the world as they wish to ensure that their experience on the computers is safe and error free. Adobe has been the software manufacturer that has encountered a number of security vulnerabilities over time. This is the reason probably why Adobe has joined Microsoft’s MAPP program that provides members with information... Read More »
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How to Write to PDF Form

Tweet PDF stands for Portable Data Format and it is a file format for files which are platform independent. This format is widely used by all to share data regardless of what it is. It could be spreadsheet, or a text document, or a picture whatever you can think to put on a paper can be bundled in a pdf file which can later be viewed by anybody using a pdf viewer. PDF is a file format designed and... Read More »
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Apple Shuts out Adobe’s Flash

Tweet A developer working for Adobe Systems decided to come up with Adobe’s own version of a highly functional video calling system, which he named with something that is strikingly similar with the Apple product, FaceTime. Mark Doherty, the platform evangelist of Adobe’s Flash, is the one who prepared the entire software. He called it the FlashTime. It is actually a combination of the multimedia... Read More »
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Mobile Flash Is Now a Reality!

Tweet There has been lot of speculation related to Adobe’s flash for mobile devices and after an unsuccessful attempt to strike a deal with Apple, the company seems to be in full gear to make amends and look above the horizon. Adobe’s is finally launching their flash payer 10.1 with the soon to be launched Android 2.2 and they hope to secure the market and spreading this to all the other operating... Read More »

Older Plug-ins to be Removed from Chrome

Tweet Google has declared that it’s installing new software in Google Chrome web browser, which will automatically chunk any plug-ins which is old-fashioned and unsafe to develop browser security. Google declared in its executive Chrome blog, that the move will be towards malware attacks which are targeting structure of browsers, together with plug-ins. (Plug-ins are software components which can... Read More »

Will Samsung Galaxy S Stand Up to iPhone

Tweet Samsung has its eyes set on beating the iPhone. No wonder though, every company seems to have a smartphone in store bent on taking Apple’s best seller head on. With a much larger screen to boast of, Samsung Galaxy S takes a step into the arena of smartphones. Specifications Android 2.1 OS 1GHz Cortex A8 “Hummingbird” CPU 4″ Super-AMOLED display at 800×480 5 Mega-Pixel rear-facing camera... Read More »

Revised version of foxit 4.0

Tweet The article is all about release of the latest version of foxit 4.0 which is launched by the foxit software on 29-06-2010. The foxit has upgraded its readers to the new version of 4.0. The foxit software can prove to be an alternative for the other software application. It includes various features like spell check, commenting, documents collaboration and several other new features which... Read More »

Google Chrome Integrates Flash

Tweet If you are using the old version of Google’s Chrome, you will require downloading Adobe’s Flash separately. But, you have good news if you want to install Google’s Chrome new and latest version having interesting features, you do not need to download Adobe’s Flash and save it on another place. Google’s Chrome presents its latest version having integrated Adobe’s Flash which will... Read More »

Apple hit today, Google following

Tweet The development of mobile based OS is a subject of great interest these days. Developers from all around the world are into application development that is the next phase after OS development. Developers from all around the world are more interested in developing for Apple’s OS these days but they expect to see Google’s android to be the leading environment for near future. Apple proves to... Read More »

Clash of Titans: Apple’s iPhone, Google’s Android

Tweet The iPhone of Apple and Android of Google have taken users for a ride! Here are five differences between the two which can make help you out to make the right selection. 1.         Customization Vs Non- Customization iPhone being an all Apple proprietary product does not lend itself for customization. You cannot install third party applications in iPhone. That means that you cannot... Read More »

Critical Vulnerabilities in Acrobat Products Fixed

Tweet Adobe Acrobat Professional and Reader launches new versions Adobe recently came up with the release of its segment which focused lots of susceptibilities in its current versions of Acrobat Pro and Reader. It’s time to update! There were about 18 susceptibilities of which few were critical. These extremely critical susceptibilities can be rectified by update as mentioned by the security... Read More »

New Updates Released From Adobe

Tweet Finally Adobe released a fix on last Tuesday for numerous critical vulnerabilities that arose in Acrobat and Reader products. These security holes have already been exploited in attacks.  Adobe Systems Inc has issued a critical and emergency update to its Acrobat and Reader applications, repairing two serious vulnerabilities that could have been used by attackers to crash the program and... Read More »

Adobe Launches Photoshop Lightroom 3 with New Features

Tweet Adobe has launched version 3 of its Photoshop Lightroom 3 with a RAW processing and workflow too. Photoshop lightroom3 is a sneaky upgrade to Adobe image management and editing application for photographers. On the whole it looks just like its launching days since lightroom1. The new qualities which it is equipped with seem diffident. The result of a proficient opinion from professionals and... Read More »

Adobe Battles for Flash Bashing

Tweet The flash player software comes for free and powers most of the webs into screens, video clips, Inserted advertisements, animated typography, and rich graphics. Flash these days is installed on 98% of personal computers across the globe. It is coming of use to around 85% of top 100 websites. Flash delvers 70% of online games and 75% of web video. Whatever animated content you view on the web... Read More »

Google’s Tryst at a Better iPad

Tweet As we all know Google is one of the biggest players IT companies in the world. And though few years ago Google and Apple were in very good relations with each other, this was until the new boom of ultra mobile devices with OS – the iPad, iPhone and the latest iPad caused some problems. Google decided to try and enter in Apple’s niche with the developing of the Nexus – a direct competitor... Read More »

Adobe Drops its idea to Offer 64 Bit Flash for Linux

Tweet Adobe Flash was previously called Macromedia Flash. This is provides a multimedia platform utilized in enhancing animation, video, and interactivity with web pages. The services of Flash are often used for advertisements and games. Lately, it is being used as a means for “Rich Internet Applications”. About 64-bit Flash Adobe was looking forward to offer 64-bit versions of its Flash... Read More »

Understanding Chrome OS: Features and Criticism

Tweet In 2009, Google had publicized a new product that will centralize web usage into a net book. Chrome OS is the operating system running purely on a cloud model, where web applications are floating and are interconnected through the internet, allowing faster operations for the computer system. However, there are good & bad points about the system which questions the standpoint of Chrome OS... Read More »

PDF Viewing: Possible with Updated Chrome Version

Tweet Following its beta release in September 2008, Google has officially marketed its final and stable version of a browser and named it as Chrome in December of the same year. With a simple and clean user interface, Google was able to provide not just a typical browser but one that has the ability to provide fast and quality web searches without compromising the security of the users. As Chrome downloads... Read More »