Lenovo ThinkStation E32 Is a 'Workhorse' on a Budget
By Michelle Maisto | Article Published August 21, 2013
The Lenovo ThinkStation E32 will start at $729 and ship with a trial version of AutoCAD LT installed.
Tags: Lenovo, ThinkStation, Adobe, Intel Core i5, Intel Core i7, AutoCAD, SolidWorks, Windows 8 Pro, Intel Xeon E3, Error Correction Code memory, PTC, Siemens PLM
Apple Hires Adobe's CTO
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published March 20, 2013
The hiring is an unusual choice given Apple's disdain for Adobe's Flash technology.
Tags: Flash, software, Apple, Adobe, CTO
Pwn2Own Pays Hackers $480K in Bug Bounties
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published March 08, 2013
Security researchers found vulnerabilities in all of the major browsers.
Tags: Java, Firefox, security vulnerabilities, Internet Explorer, hackers, Chrome, Adobe, bug, PWN2OWN
Adobe Patches Flash--Again
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published February 27, 2013
For the third time in a month, the company has released an emergency security update.
Tags: Flash, security, Adobe, update, vulnerability
Adobe Issues Emergency Patch for Reader, Acrobat
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published February 21, 2013
The release addresses a zero-day vulnerability reported last week.
Tags: security vulnerabilities, Adobe, update, Acrobat, PDF, Reader
Researchers Warn of Zero-Day Adobe Reader Vulnerability
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published February 13, 2013
The only protection against this exploit is to use another PDF reader.
Tags: security vulnerability, cyberattack, Adobe, PDF, exploit, Reader
Adobe Issues Emergency Patch for Zero-Day Flash Vulnerability
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published February 08, 2013
The attacks related to the vulnerability are impacting Windows and OS X users.
Tags: Flash, security vulnerabilities, Adobe, update, zero-day vulnerabilities
Adobe Earnings Beat Expectations
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published December 14, 2012
The transition to the subscription-based Creative Cloud has been good for the software company.
Tags: Cloud, software, earnings, Adobe, licensing, subscription, quarterly financials
Adobe Acrobat XI Takes Aim at Enterprise Mobility
By Pedro Hernandez | Article Published October 01, 2012
Adobe ushers PDFs into the BYOD era with touch-friendly features and cloud services integration.
Tags: mobile, Adobe, enterprise mobility, Acrobat, PDF
Microsoft, Adobe Plan Critical Patch Tuesday Security Updates
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published August 13, 2012
Adobe will release updates for Reader and Acrobat X; Microsoft will release nine security bulletins for various software.
Tags: SQL, Windows, Microsoft, Internet Explorer, Office, Security Advisory, Adobe, Exchange, Acrobat, vulnerabilities, updates, Reader, server software, development tools
No Flash on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published June 29, 2012
Adobe says it will pull its Flash Player from Google Play.
Tags: Flash, Google, Android, mobile, Adobe, Jelly Bean, Google Play
Adobe: Tablet Web Traffic Growing 10 Times Faster Than Smartphone Traffic
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published May 16, 2012
By 2014, 10 percent of all Web traffic will likely come from tablets.
Tags: smartphone, tablet, Adobe, Web traffic
Flash Player 11.2 Fixes Critical Vulnerabilities, Adds Silent Updates
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published March 28, 2012
The patch addresses two security bugs that could be exploited to execute arbitrary code remotely.
Tags: Flash, security vulnerabilities, Adobe
Adobe Releases Flash Update to Plug 3D Security Hole
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published March 06, 2012
The out-of-schedule patch fixes two vulnerabilities discovered by Google.
Tags: Flash, security vulnerability, Adobe
Does Adobe Help Chrome Security?
By Sean Michael Kerner | Article Published August 25, 2011
Does one of the open source Chrome browser's key differences -- an integrated Adobe flash player -- make it more secure?
Tags: security, Chrome browser, Adobe
Adobe Debuts Muse, a No-Code-Required Site Builder
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published August 15, 2011
The new AIR-based app aims to simplify site creation for non-programmers.
Adobe Makes Connect Web Conferencing Service More Flexible
By David Needle | Article Published November 01, 2010
The new Adobe Connect 8 sports a simplified user interface and an SDK to let developers extend its functionality.
Tags: SDK, developers, Adobe, Acrobat, web conferencing
What if Microsoft Bought Adobe?
By Stuart J. Johnston | Article Published October 07, 2010
A rumor of a meeting between Microsoft and Adobe published on a New York Times blog sparked speculation Thursday that a buyout may be in the works.
Tags: Microsoft, Apple, Adobe, Silverlight, mergers and acquisitions
SlideShare's Presentation-Sharing Service Goes Pro
By David Needle | Article Published August 17, 2010
The popular online service for sharing PowerPoint presentations and other documents is rolling out a new subscription version for SMBs and enterprise customers.
Tags: SMB, Adobe, Word, PowerPoint, SlideShare
iPad Preorders Starting This Week?
By Andy Patrizio | Article Published February 22, 2010
Blog claims that Apple will start taking early orders for the new tablet in advance of its pending availability.
Tags: Flash, iPad, Apple, tablet, Adobe
McAfee: Explorer Flaw Led to Attacks on Google
By Larry Barrett | Article Published January 14, 2010
The security software firm's researchers say Operation Aurora used a previously undiscovered zero-day vulnerability in Microsoft's browser software to penetrate the search giant's networks.
Tags: Google, Microsoft, McAfee, Adobe, advanced persistent threats