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While you shouldn't expect Adobe Edge to replace its Flash standard anytime soon, it will act as a gateway for the company to start using HTML5.
The next iPhone still hasn't officially surfaced, but the latest rumors suggest you'd better get your costumes ready. Elsewhere, the return of the Apple HDTV rumor that will not die, and international iTunes users get a small but welcome improvement.
Adobe's new motion and interaction design tool, now in pre-beta, is available as a free preview on Adobe Labs.
Adobe has launched interim updates of several Creative Suite apps and now offers them for subscription pricing. Flash developer Michael Baumgardt gives us the lowdown on the new Flash family upgrades.
One consequence of the latest Mac models' lack of physical software media is that you get Mac App Store licenses that let you install iLife app on all your Macs.
Acer says Apple has fired the first shot in a patent war, Verizon does a leadership switcheroo, Adobe says mea culpa about a supposed Lion bug, and Apple might be looking to enter the video streaming market.
Among Lion's 250-plus new features are some welcome improvements to the way the OS works with fonts and text, including upgrades to Font Book and TextEdit.
Adobe has published a series of tech notes on Creative Suite's compatibility issues with Apple's Lion.
The latest Orb Live update lets users stream free Hulu content to their iOS devices with no extra subscription fee.
Portfolio Server 10 includes new iPad and HD video capabilities that enable worldwide access to digital media.
Propellerhead's newly announced Reason 6 includes more audio recording and editing control, plus several new effect options. The company is also debuting Reason Essentials, a more basic version of Reason.
On the heels of Monday's updates to iMovie, GarageBand, and iPhoto, Apple has also released patches for its two non-Mac App Store iLife siblings, iDVD and iWeb.
The W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) is seeking to invalidate a pair of Apple patents so the underlying technologies can be used as part of a royalty-free HTML5 stack.