Execution date set
Three years ago, long after the rise (and fall) of Flash, Adobe announced that its once-ubiquitous multimedia platform was finally going away. But Adobe never provided a specific date for when Flash would reach its end-of-life. Now it seems that its time on death row will be over on December 31, 2020.
Could this lead to Linux on the desktop?
3D software makers' move to subscription models is pushing people to use open-source software because users are fed up with the price and neurotic terms and conditions.
As if their lives were not bad enough
Adobe is shutting down service for users in Venezuela in order to comply with a US executive order issued in August that prohibits trade with the country.
Despite what you were promised
Adobe’s move to a subscription model a few years ago has lead to dramatic prices rises, despite what was promised at the time.
Experts break them
Researchers faked signatures on 21 of 22 desktop PDF viewer apps and five out of seven online PDF digital signing services meaning that the whole set up is a security fail and as useless as a chocolate teapot.
To arms, to arms, the purpose-built chip is coming
Software maker Adobe is thinking of making its own ARM based chips and dumping its long-term relationship with Intel.
Freelance videographer Dave Cooper has filed a class action lawsuit against Adobe, alleging that he lost $250,000 worth of video.
Share and enjoy
SAP, Microsoft and Adobe have formed a data alliance that they say will make it easier for clients running their applications to get a better overview of the customer.
Spreadsheet stuck in the 80s
The boss of the super secure Flash player has warned his staff to stop using Excel because it is out of date.
And it can be hacked
Adobe installed a browser extension for Google Chrome alongside an update for the company's Adobe Acrobat Reader DC software.