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Adobe's designs on the Web

At its Max developer conference, the software maker is outlining its online services as competition with Microsoft heats up.

At its Max developer conference, the software maker is outlining its online services as competition with Microsoft heats up.

newsmaker Best known for apps like Photoshop, Adobe is relying on Kevin Lynch to break out of the shrink-wrapped software business.
October 4, 2007

More looks at online Photoshop Express

Adobe reveals more about its consumer-oriented, Flash-based image editor that runs inside a Web browser.

October 3, 2007

Adobe expands online services, woos designers with Thermo

The company's platform strategy is to bet on the Web. AIR extends those Web applications to the desktop.
October 2, 2007

Adobe's AIR: Niche or the future of desktop development?

Chief Software Architect Kevin Lynch says the company is still "in early days" of offering a services but intends to offer a good deal more.
October 2, 2007

Adobe opens up tech war chest in fight with Microsoft

Company announces a cornucopia of code words for technologies aimed at bolstering its developer platform and nascent online-services business.
October 1, 2007

Coming soon: Beta of Office Live Workspace, a free tool for viewing, sharing and storing--but not editing--Office documents online.
September 30, 2007

Adobe Systems steps up plans to offer online collaboration with Web word processor and file-sharing service.
September 30, 2007

Adobe's new word processor: Gorgeous but underpowered

Webware blog Adobe has acquired BuzzWord, a beautiful Flash-based word processor. But we recommend against using it until the company can add in necessary features.
September 30, 2007

Beyond Microsoft Office: We compare 9 productivity suites

Webware blog Microsoft Office, Corel WordPerfect, StarOffice, OpenOffice, iWork, Lotus Symphony, ThinkFree, Google Docs, Zoho. Help!
September 28, 2007