Adobe announced today that it was target of a hack by an unidentified group. The company confirmed that the hackers gained access to 2.9 million Adobe customer accounts. Adobe added that it is investigating the possibility that hackers obtained the source code for several key Adobe products.
Adobe announced on Wednesday a new deal that’ll make current owners of Photoshop Creative Suite very happy. The offer will let customers upgrade from the desktop software to the cloud version for a minimal monthly fee.
Adobe has just released a cool color selection app for the iPhone called Adobe Kuler. They had given a preview of the Kuler for iPhone and the redesigned website at Adobe MAX earlier this month.
The app enables color selection with the iPhone’s camera or selecting a image from the Camera roll.
Adobe today announced a major shift in its software strategy, stopping further development of its Creative Suite line of products, and focusing its efforts Creative Cloud instead. During the announcement, Adobe also unveiled two new hardware accessories — the “Project Mighty” stylus and the “Napoleon” digital ruler.
Yesterday, the announcement that Adobe’s Chief Technology Officer Kevin Lynch would be joining Apple as VP of Technologies took most of us in the Apple blogosphere by surprise.
It came as a surprise because Lynch was one of Adobe’s lead spokesperson when it came to defending Flash on mobile devices back when Apple took the controversial decision of not including it on the iPhone and then the iPad.
Adobe has just released its Photoshop Touch app for the iPhone, bringing some of the touch friendly photo-editing features we first saw on the iPad to the iPhone.
According to Bloomberg, Judge Lucy Koh (yes, of the Apple-Samsung case as well) has ordered Tim Cook, Google’s Eric Schmidt, Intel’s Paul Otellini, and other tech company execs to be deposed in a class-action lawsuit filed by tech company employees over “do not call” no poaching practices. This lawsuit, claims not only damage to employee’s potential salaries, but also for violating a 2010 agreement with the Justice Department over the practice.
Back in November last year, Adobe had announced that it would discontinue development of Flash on the mobile browser. The end for Flash at least on the mobile is just over a month away as Adobe has announced that it won’t support Flash on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean that was unveiled earlier in the week.
Adobe has also said that it will stop installs from Google Play on August 15th.