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Adobe ponies up for Apollo October 25, 2006 Adobe to invest part of $100 million venture fund the downloadable player that lets Web applications appear as desktop programs.
Adobe offers fresh AIR to coders at Max November 17, 2008 At its Max conference, Adobe hopes Flash and its new Adobe Integrated Runtime will help programmers bridge the gap between PC- and cloud-based computing.
Adobe: No threat from PDF spam August 16, 2007 No hard evidence that PDF spam exposes users to security risks, claims the company, which nonetheless recommends user caution.
Adobe buys Web word processor Buzzword October 1, 2007 Adobe Systems steps up plans to offer online collaboration with Web word processor and file-sharing service.
First impression: Buzzword
Adobe blasts Apollo into beta through AIR June 11, 2007 Adobe Integrated Runtime, formerly dubbed Apollo, paves the way for Web applications that perform like desktop-bound programs.Images: Building apps on AIR
Apple slashes Aperture team April 27, 2006 Aperture development team engineers have been moved to other departments, or let go completely, a Web site reports.
Adobe sees its future on the Web March 5, 2007 Chief Executive Bruce Chizen places his bets on new software called Apollo and says a hosted version of Photoshop is in the cards.
Adobe offers early peek at Apollo March 19, 2007 "Alpha" version of Apollo, which can run Web applications offline, is one of a handful of emerging Web development platforms.
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