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Adobe AIR coming to Android phones this fall

Posted in Adobe by Conner Flynn on August 17th, 2010

If you want some Adobe AIR on your Android-powered smartphone, you won’t have long to wait. It will be available on the Android Market this fall. As part of the release, there will also be a several app available at the same time.

Developers will get to play around with a handset’s camera, microphone, accelerometer and GPS sensor. Aside from that, AIR 2.5 will also take advantage of hardware GPU acceleration as well as multi-touch input, but it will require at least an ARMv7 or faster processor, OpenGL ES 2.0 graphics acceleration and Android 2.2 before AIR 2.5 can run without any hiccups.

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Released

Posted in Adobe,News,Software by Darrin Olson on February 19th, 2007

Adobe Photoshop LightroomAdobe has released its 1.0 version of the Photoshop Lightroom software which will bring the product out of its year-plus beta period and available for retail purchase. The Lightroom software is a digital photographers ‘toolbox’ used for managing, developing and presenting a digital photo library.

The product is available initially for $199, but will go up to $299 starting in May. If you are currently using the beta 4.1 or previous, it will expire at the end of February and you will have two months to take advantage of the $100 discount.

Lightroom 1.0 has some additional features which help filtering through large collections of photos by keywords and a new Key Metadata Browser for key information tags. It also has an improved ranking system with colored labels and a feature to pick or reject items. The Develop module has some new features for comparing versions of …

Adobe Releases PDF to Seek ISO Standardization

Posted in Adobe,News,Software by Paul Patterson on January 29th, 2007

Adobe PDF to Seek ISO StandardizationThe Portable Document Format (PDF) is the ubiquitous document format used by both the public and private sector to securely exchange and preserve information. Adobe published the complete PDF specification in 1993 and has been committed to making the PDF an open standard within recent years.

In an effort to reinforce their “commitment to openness”, Adobe has announced that it intends to release the full PDF 1.7 specification to AIIM for ISO standardization. AIIM will be responsible for identifying issues and will develop a draft document that will then be presented to ISO for development and approval as an International Standard.

Going back to 1995, Adobe has a long history of working within the ISO process to deliver various specialized subsets of PDF as standards for specific industries and functions. PDF for Archive and PDF for Exchange are already ISO standards, …