Apple Blocks Older Versions Of Adobe Flash Player Due To Security Issues

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Earlier this week, Adobe released an update to its Flash Player software to overcome a security flaw. Apple confirmed today that it has updated its plugin blacklist for OS X to avoid security issues. This plugin would stop the system from using older versions of Flash Player which are older than 14.0.0.145 for current systems and 13.0.0.231 for older systems. Read More

Adobe-Apple Spat – Advantage Adobe

Adobe has put up a new banner advertisement on The New York Times and some other websites in response to Apple’s CEO Steve Jobs thoughts on their Flash.

Mmm! The battle is now warming up.

The Ads are developed on Flash (OfCourse) and this is Adobe’s aggressive and fierce response to Apple and their closed system (as Adobe says). Mr. Jobs posted a memo on Apple’s website through which he explained to consumers and critics why Apple does not allow Flash on their devices.

Shortly after which, Adobe’s CEO Shantanu Narayen, responded back in an interview with the Wall Street Journal. Tit for Tat. But now, it appears Adobe is one point ahead as it’s founders have posted their thoughts on Open Choice and Open Systems. Chuck Geschke and John Warnock, Adobe’s founders, stamped their letter titled “Our Thoughts on Open Market”. Here’s what it has to say :

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Photoshop iPhone App Adds Facebook and Twitter Share


Adobe’s Photoshop App for the iPhone has been updated to version 1.2. With this update, Adobe offers improved sharing facilities. The App is a very handy tool which lets you edit photos on your iPhone while on the go. It almost has all the basic functionalities which Photoshop on PC/Mac has to offer.

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