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Apple takes on Adobe Flash with free iAd Producer tool

Apple takes on Adobe Flash with free iAd Producer tool

Apple is continuing its assault on Adobe, with the launch of iAd Producer, a tool for online advertizers to create interactive iAd content in a manner that would previously have likely required Adobe's Flash developer tools. Described as "a powerful visual editing canvas" that can make "creating beautiful, motion-rich iAd content as easy as point and click", the new software further chips away at what Adobe apps might be considered necessary for users.

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Adobe CEO on Apple Flash argument: “We’ve moved on”

Adobe CEO on Apple Flash argument: “We’ve moved on”

Apple and Adobe may not be the best of friends right now, but Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen doesn't seem too worried.  Describing the Cupertino company's aversion to Flash on iOS devices like the iPhone and iPad as Apple "wanting to control the environment", Narayen says his company would "rather work with partners who are interested in working with us" and that "they've made their choice. We've made ours and we've moved on."

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Steve Jobs on Flash: Adobe should focus on the future, not criticize Apple

Steve Jobs on Flash: Adobe should focus on the future, not criticize Apple

In an open letter published to Apple's site today, Steve Jobs has taken a hatchet to Adobe over Flash and their attitude toward Apple recently.  Outlining the six reasons he believes Flash is not best suited to mobile devices, Jobs describes the technology as "created during the PC era – for PCs and mice," and as falling short when it comes to "low power devices, touch interfaces and open web standards."

Read the full letter after the cut

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Flash Player locked up in OS X Mavericks

Flash Player locked up in OS X Mavericks

Adobe has corralled Flash Player in OS X Mavericks, sandboxing the much-maligned plugin in Safari on Apple's latest Mac operating system so as to minimize its potential to allow through malware. The move - which follows Adobe sandboxing its plugins when used in Chrome, Internet Explorer, and Firefox - follows Apple's increasing moves to keep Flash at arm's length, including forcibly blocking Flash Player in Safari after security issues were spotted.

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Apple blocks out-of-date Flash Player in Safari, tells users to update

Apple blocks out-of-date Flash Player in Safari, tells users to update

It's no secret that Flash can be a security liability, with Adobe having again rolled out critical updates in recent weeks to patch vulnerabilities that left users at risk. Not every user updates when the patches are released, however, instead continuing to use an older, potential vulnerable version. In light of this, Apple has taken another step towards keeping its users safe.

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Adobe plans to launch Photoshop Touch on iPad

Adobe plans to launch Photoshop Touch on iPad

After being snubbed on the iPhone and iPad (read: Flash), Adobe is trying to make its mark in the mobile Apple world by launching an iPad-optimized version of Photoshop. The app, to be called Photoshop Touch, will reportedly be released tomorrow at the Mobile World Congress in Spain. It starts a new chapter for Adobe as it strongly goes for emerging markets beyond the old PC and Mac crowd.

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OnLive Desktop Plus gives iPad superspeed Flash

OnLive Desktop Plus gives iPad superspeed Flash

OnLive Desktop may have stumbled upon the best way to get Flash content on an iPad: host the CPU-hungry tech on a server as far away as possible from your tablet, and simply stream over the results. In an update to the OnLive Desktop remote access app, first released last month, OnLive Desktop Plus adds gigabit-speed accelerated browsing with full Adobe Flash support, delivering what the company says isn't just the fastest full-browsing experience when mobile, but the fastest experience on any platform.

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Chrome for Android won’t ever get Flash

Chrome for Android won’t ever get Flash

Chrome for Android may have set its sights on being the default browser on your Ice Cream Sandwich smartphone, but you'll have to make do with no Flash Player support if you give in to the new beta's allure. Having announced that its Flash Player mobile plans were over back in NovemberAdobe has confirmed that Chrome for Android does indeed arrive too late for a plugin of its own. That's despite Android 4.0 already having Flash Player support in the native browser.

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Apple loosens iAd grip to better rival Google

Apple loosens iAd grip to better rival Google

Apple is loosening its stringent iAd regulations in the hope of better taking on Google AdMob in mobile advertising, it's reported, with lower promotional spend commitments and more flexibility in pricing structures. The tweaks have been made in response to persistent negative feedback from marketers, WSJ reports, critical of Apple's stubborn approach to ads served up on iPhone and iPad. Currently, Apple holds roughly 20-percent of the US mobile ad market, IDC claims, with Google on top with 24-percent.

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