Products from Adobe have an amazing popularity, and if you’re looking forward to the new releases of Adobe’s software, today we have some good news for you.

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Many people believe that HTML 5 will replace Flash eventually, but Flash has proven to be powerful tool at Adobe MAX 2011 conference for designers and developers by running Unread Tournament 3 in web browser.

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If you’re a web designer than you probably know that coding a website isn’t simple, but folks from Adobe have introduced a new solution that should make creation of website a simple and a straightforward process.

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HTML 5 is gaining more popularity with each day, so it’s no wonder to see that major companies such as Adobe are releasing tools that can allow us to create animated web content quickly using HTML 5, CSS, and JavaScript.

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Google Android updates don’t often get leaked and are often well kept secrets until the day of official announcment. Not this one though, but it wasn’t Google that did anything wrong, it was Adobe who recently unleashed its new Flash Player 10.2 app update and in it mentions some not yet meant to be disclosed info.

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Every iOS user has probably felt the need for an official Adobe Flash plugin, now Adobe has added HTTP Live Streaming to Flash Media Server thus making it possible for iOS devices like the iPhone and the iPad to view flash files. This new update made by Adobe will generate a HTML5 compatible stream that will allow devices that don’t have the Adobe plugin installed to view flash files.

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Phishing is a popular way for hackers and malicious users to get hold of your personal information, according to security provider Cloudmark, it seems that there’s been a new phishing scam on the internet trying to trick you into giving your personal information to a fake Adobe Acrobat website.

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