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Adobe Promises Reader Zero-day Patch on Friday

Adobe plans to release a patch Friday for an older version of the Reader PDF viewer to stymie attacks.

Microsoft Ships Silverlight 5

Silverlight 5 includes hardware decode of H.264 media, which improves performance with the decoding of unprotected content using the GPU.

Two Zero-day Vulnerabilities Found in Flash Player

Two newly discovered vulnerabilities in Adobe's Flash Player can be exploited to execute arbitrary code remotely.

Adobe Reader Zero Day Under Attack on Windows

Adobe reports that a zero day flaw is being exploited in the wild with targeted attacks against some version of Adobe Reader for Windows.

Ubuntu Shows DistroWatch Decline as Mint Soars

The figures are perhaps more surprising given that Canonical released the latest version of Ubuntu, 11.10, on October 13.


Adobe Photoshop Touch for Android Review: A Powerful Photo Editing Tool

Photoshop Touch brings finger-friendly image manipulation and core Photoshop tools to Android tablets.

Adobe: Flash for Ice Cream Sandwich by Year-End

Despite its plan to drop development of the mobile Flash Player, Adobe will release one more update to support Android 4.0, plus Linux tools.


Flash Would Be Welcomed By Some For Ice Cream Sandwich

If Adobe does support Flash for Android 4.0 it will come as good news to Android users and developers who are die-hard Flash fans, despite the popular view that it never worked well for mobile.


Adobe Touch Apps Promise Creative Power for Android Tablets

These six new apps from Adobe expand graphics creation and editing for Android tablets, while integrating with Creative Suite desktop software.

Adobe SendNow Adds New Tools to Simplify Sending Large Files

Adobe rolled out two new tools for SendNow that make it even easier to share large files with others without clogging up the email system.