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Some people got very excited when word spread of the discovery of a 'scary' vulnerability in Android that could be exploited to modify an application without the operating system detecting that the app's signature and content no longer match.

Published in Mobility

Adobe has released security updates for Flash Player and AIR in response to the discovery of critical vulnerabilities that could be exploited to cause crashes or potentially allow an attacker to take control of the system. One of the vulnerabilities is being actively exploited.

Published in Security
Tuesday, 01 March 2011 06:06

AirLicense 1.0 Protects Adobe Air Applications

AirLicense includes an ActionScript source code file and other components that a developer can drop into an Air development project to interface with the QuickLicense protection and licensing system.

Wednesday, 19 May 2010 11:18

TextFlow revision management joins Google Docs

The document comparison tool TextFlow, already available as a Box.net extension and an Adobe Air desktop application, is now integrated with Google Docs through the Google Apps marketplace.

Based on Etherpad, which was recently acquired and open sourced by Google, Sync.in enables real time editing of documents through an easy to use web based word processor. Multiple users can edit a document in real time and chat using in-built instant messaging. Sync.in desktop, built on Adobe AIR enables quick access and creation of documents.

Tuesday, 05 January 2010 05:00

Seesmic picks up Ping.fm

Twitter client maker Seesmic has acquired Ping.fm, enabling users to post updates to 50 social networks at the same time.

Published in Strategy
Thursday, 10 December 2009 02:58

Critical updates for Adobe's AIR, Flash Player

Adobe has released more critical updates for Flash Player and AIR. Versions for all platforms have been updated.

Published in Development
Tuesday, 06 October 2009 10:26

Flash coming to iPhone OS

One of the recurring complaints about the iPhone is that it can't run Flash applications. Adobe has at last come up with a partial answer.

Published in Mobility
Saturday, 01 August 2009 03:22

Adobe releases security update

The critical vulnerability in Adobe Acrobat, Acrobat Reader, AIR, and Flash Player has been addressed with new security updates from Adobe.

Thursday, 09 July 2009 12:40

Initial Google Chrome OS partners revealed

Google has revealed a partial list of hardware and software companies that it is working with to support Google Chrome OS.

Published in Open Source
The online collaboration site Acrobat.com, which was in public beta, has officially launched with two paid and one free subscription service, as well as a new spreadsheet application.
HP's encouraging people to turn off their PCs at the end of the day to save energy. But is the Power To Change campaign as energy-efficient as it could be?

Published in Strategy
Curl announced version 7 of its Rich Internet Application (RIA) development platform, which enables the creation of Web-based apps that can be run from a standalone client.

Published in Home Tech
Wednesday, 29 April 2009 00:26

Facebook opens stream to developers

The new Facebook Open Stream API enables outside developers to create applications that access the site's data feed, and a handful of applications have already been announced.




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