Adobe, during the World Mobile Congress in Barcelona this week, announced the availability of Photoshop Touch for the iPad 2 on the iTunes App Store. The company decided to first release it for Android mobile devices last year, promising iOS users invites to the tablet image manipulation shindig. And after much waiting, Apple fanboys everywhere
Adobe just released a new demo video that shows a peer-to-peer video calling app called FlashTime. Sound familiar? Of course it does, since Apple’s FaceTime feature is probably as good a reason as any to dump your 3GS for the new iPhone 4. This one runs on Android though, since Apple’s iDevices won’t run Adobe’s
Here’s a new video from Adobe, showing Motorola’s upcoming Droid X running Adobe’s Flash 10.1. Besides showing that yes, you get more of what the web has to offer on an Android 2.2-based phone while the iPhone will show you a small blue box in spaces where Flash-based games and streaming videos would have been.
Never mind the Blackberrys, Symbian-based Nokias and Palms; it seems the smartphone world is currently being overrun by either Android-based phones or iPhones. It’s been a back-and-forth over the past year, with the new iPhone 4 set to fight off an army of ‘droids. This could help turn the tide for the bots: Adobe just
HP has just put out a new video that shows they’ll be working with Adobe for Flash support on their upcoming Slate device. The move is seen as a one-up move over Apple’s iPad (and Apple’s insistence on skipping Flash support), allowing HP’s portable to show Flash-based websites such as Hulu, along with a rather