Adobe Systems, whose software has been derided by Apple CEO Steve Jobs as a relic from a bygone PC age, is showing signs that it's adapting to today's computing realities.
Plenty of Adobe applications remain industry staples--Photoshop for image editing and Flash Player for watching videos on the Web, for example. But computing is growing in new directions with smartphones, tablets, and Net-connected TVs. This week at its Max conference for developers and others using Adobe tools, though, new-era software will take center stage.
First is an extension to InDesign layout and publishing software that will endow the … Read more