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Adobe: Save 50% if you dump Apple’s Final Cut Pro X for our app

Adobe: Save 50% if you dump Apple’s Final Cut Pro X for our app

Earlier this week we pondered out loud whether Adobe - in addition to releasing various video tutorials showing dissatisfied Apple Final Cut Pro X users how easy it was to jump to Premiere Pro - would sweeten the deal with a discount; what we didn't expect was that discount to amount to a whopping 50-percent. If you've bought Final Cut Pro or Avid Media Composer, you can save half on a new copy of Adobe CS5.5 Production Premium or Premiere Pro CS5.5.

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Adobe courts grumpy Final Cut Pro X users with switch endorsements

Adobe courts grumpy Final Cut Pro X users with switch endorsements

Adobe has gone on the charm offensive with dissatisfied Apple Final Cut Pro X users, attempting to persuade them to jump ship from the allegedly "dumbed-down" video editing package to its own Premiere Pro software. The company has pushed out a number of videos and profiles highlighting previous switchers - and the success they've had since - as well as tutorials showing how straightforward it can be to make the jump from Final Cut Pro.

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Adobe Flash Builder 4.5 and Air 2.7 available for BlackBerry PlayBook

Adobe Flash Builder 4.5 and Air 2.7 available for BlackBerry PlayBook

RIM has announced that yesterday some update plug-ins for the BlackBerry PlayBook landed from Adobe. The plug-ins are for Adobe Flash Builder 4.5 and Adobe AIR 2.7. The updates allow apps to work across multiple devices and make it easier for devs to build apps that will run on all sorts of devices. AIR 2.7 supports lets devs access all that Air has to offer with support for Flex and ActionScript.

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Adobe Flash 10.3 Now on Android Market

Adobe Flash 10.3 Now on Android Market

Adobe has just released Flash Player 10.3, and it is available in the Android Market. This now bumps Flash up to version 10.3.185.21. Flash 10.3 is available for Android 2.2 Froyo, Android 2.3 Gingerbread, and Android 3.01 Honeycomb devices, and it also supports Android 3.1. The release comes with several new features, and some important bug fixes. Continue after the cut for more details.

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Adobe bringing “creative applications” to PlayBook

Adobe bringing “creative applications” to PlayBook

The BlackBerry PlayBook has been criticized for its shortage of applications - even having to turn to Android later in 2011 to make up the shortfall - but it could get some salvation among artistic types with Adobe's help. Taking to the stage with RIM co-CEO Mike Lazaridis at BlackBerry World 2011, Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen confirmed that the company would bring its "creative applications" to the tablet.

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ViewSonic adds Flash Player to GTab slate

ViewSonic adds Flash Player to GTab slate

It's obviously the weekend for Android updates; first Samsung's Gingerbread for the Galaxy S, and now a ViewSonic tweak for the company's GTab Android slate. The latest OTA update isn't anything as dramatic as a core OS update, but it does add Flash Player support to the 10-inch tablet.

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Adobe shows off HLS streaming video on iPad, we still want native Flash

Adobe shows off HLS streaming video on iPad, we still want native Flash

I'd like to go on record saying that one of the only things from Adobe that interests me in the slightest is Flash for my iPad. Get to work on that, thanks. Adobe and Apple still have no agreement for support of Flash content on the iPad, but Adobe is touting its new streaming of Adobe Flash Media Server across multiple devices like the iPad 2, Samsung TVs, the Motorola Xoom and the Atrix smartphone.

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Adobe Photoshop Touch apps integrate iPad (and eventually other tablets) into famous art software

Adobe Photoshop Touch apps integrate iPad (and eventually other tablets) into famous art software

Adobe may not be quite ready to release Photoshop for iPad, as previewed last month, but it has looked to the iPad for extra functionality when it comes to the latest version of Photoshop in Creative Suite 5.5. Three new iOS apps for the iPad have been released - Adobe Color Lava for Photoshop, Adobe Eazel for Photoshop and Adobe Nav for Photoshop - turning the Apple tablet into a remote control panel for the graphics software. Each uses Adobe's new Touch SDK.

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Adobe shows off Photoshop for iPad

Adobe shows off Photoshop for iPad

If you are a fan of the iPad tablet and have used some of the less powerful photo editing apps on your tablet before you will like this. Adobe has shown off a real Photoshop app for the iPad at its Photoshop world symposium. The new app promises to allow you a much better photo editing experience and lots more.

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Chrome gets Flash Player exploit fix ahead of rivals

Chrome gets Flash Player exploit fix ahead of rivals

Google may have seen its Chrome browser come through Pwn2Own unscathed, but that doesn't mean everything in the app is safe. The search giant has fixed a Flash Player bug which Adobe described as "critical"; however, other browsers will be forced to wait on Adobe's own testing.

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Flash Player 10.2 for Motorola XOOM due March 18

Flash Player 10.2 for Motorola XOOM due March 18

Adobe has announced that the Flash Player 10.2 update for Android 3.0.1 Honeycomb tablets such as the Motorola XOOM will be released on March 18. Made available through the Android Market, as with the current Flash Player 10.1 release for Android smartphones, the updated version will be the production version for Android 2.2 and 2.3 devices and the beta for Honeycomb slates.

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Motorola XOOM gets Android 3.0.1 update for Flash support

Motorola XOOM gets Android 3.0.1 update for Flash support

Motorola has begun pushing out a new update for the XOOM tablet, which updates the slate to Android 3.0.1.  The new firmware, build number HRI66 - which Motorola tweeted was to pave the way for the incoming Flash Player 10.2 update - currently lacks a build log, so it's hard to know what else may have changed.

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