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Adobe fixes Flash bugs, adds automatic updates

Adobe fixes Flash bugs, adds automatic updates

For the second time this month, Adobe has released an update for its Flash Player in order to patch up newly discovered security loopholes. This update addresses two critical memory corruption bugs in Adobe Flash Player 11.1.102.64 that can make your system vulnerable to remote attacks. It also enables future security updates to be automatically downloaded for Windows users.

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Photoshop CS6 sees half-million Beta downloads

Photoshop CS6 sees half-million Beta downloads

Eager Photoshop users keen to play with Adobe's recently released CS6 Beta downloaded the pre-release version over 500,000 times in the app's first week of availability. Released last Thursday, the Photoshop CS6 Beta debuts straightforward tilt-shift creation tools, as well as new text editing abilities; it also includes the CS6 Extended 3D editing features and quantitative imaging analysis tools that, once the final version of the software drops, will be a paid extra.

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Adobe reveals Flash tax for popular developers

Adobe reveals Flash tax for popular developers

Adobe has announced new premium features have been added to Flash Player 11.2 and has announced a collaboration at the same time with Unity Technologies. There is a catch to the new premium features for some developers, which I'll get to in a bit. The new premium features in 11.2 promise to allow developers to build games with console quality experience that run on the Flash Player.

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Photoshop CS6 Beta features top six in plain English

Photoshop CS6 Beta features top six in plain English

It's fantastic to see that Photoshop is expanding with Adobe delivering this week a Beta of the newest wave: CS6. This version of the Adobe suite will bring new elements to each of the Adobe graphic-intensive programs to the forefront, but today we're having a look at six exciting new features in Photoshop as presented by Adobe's Julieanne Kost, translated here into terms so basic that anyone could appreciate them. It's not that Kost doesn't speak English, it's just that the vast majority of Photoshop users don't use 90% of the features they're afforded - let's expand!

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Photoshop CS6 Beta free download released

Photoshop CS6 Beta free download released

Adobe has released Photoshop CS6 Beta, a free preview of the company's upcoming refresh to the much-loved image editing app, and bringing with it a range of new Content-Aware tools. The new Content-Aware Patch, for instance, can easily duplicate an area of an image elsewhere as a fill, while  Content-Aware Move makes shuffling a section of an image elsewhere in the frame more straightforward.

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Adobe Lightroom 4 now available

Adobe Lightroom 4 now available

Adobe Lightroom 4 has been in beta since January, but the final version of the popular photo editing tool is now available for Mac OS and Windows. New users will be able to purchase a license for $149, down from the previous $299 for Lightroom 3. Anyone looking to upgrade will need to pay $79.

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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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Adobe and Google to bring Flash Player to Linux

Adobe and Google to bring Flash Player to Linux

Adobe has announced that it, and Google will be partnering to bring Adobe Flash Player to Linux users. The move has been talked about in the recently released roadmap from Adobe for Flash runtimes. The duo plan to work closely together on the development of a single modern API for hosting plug-ins within a browser. The goal is to replace the current Netscape API that Flash Player uses.

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