Topic: adobe

Mozilla blocks Flash in Firefox

More and more tech companies are piling on the “Occupy Flash” movement as Adobe’s Flash Player continues to be beset by publicly known security vulnerabilities. Mark Schmidt, Mozilla’s head of Firefox support, tweeted that the company has officially blocked Flash in all versions of Mozilla Firefox. He clarified that the block will only remain in … continue reading

Microsoft announces Azure App Service, releases Windows 10 developer tooling preview, and partners with Samsung and Adobe—SD Times news digest: March 24, 2015

Microsoft is unveiling a new cloud service designed to provide developers an easier way to build Web and mobile apps that support multiple platforms and devices. Azure App Service is an integrated solution that features capabilities from Azure Websites, Azure Mobile Services and Azure BizTalk Services. The solution includes Web apps, mobile apps, logic apps … continue reading

HSA 1.0, the ASF in Google’s Summer of Code, and Adobe Document Cloud—SD Times news digest: March 17, 2015

The Heterogeneous System Architecture (HSA) Foundation has announced version 1.0 of its CPU/GPU specification, designed to provide a common framework for developers to create applications to run across PCs, mobile devices, servers, consoles and the Internet of Things running different processors. HSA 1.0 lays out standard guidelines for how “kernel agents” such as GPUs, DSPs … continue reading

NativeScript public beta, Adobe’s approach to flaw detection, and Django REST framework 3.1—SD Times news digest: March 6, 2015

It has been almost a year since Telerik announced its cross-platform framework for Android, iOS, and Windows. Today, that NativeScript framework is finally making it into public beta. Valentin Stoychev, product line manager at Telerik, announced that developers can start using the framework to build native mobile apps with CSS and JavaScript. “We have been … continue reading

Adobe, Apple, Google and Intel make settlement offer in Silicon Valley poaching lawsuit

Tech companies poaching employees from one another is a longstanding Silicon Valley scandal, but after several years of litigation, the poachers may finally be about to pay up. According to a report from Reuters, Adobe, Apple, Google and Intel have agreed to settle an antitrust class-action lawsuit filed in 2011 by 64,000 software engineers. After … continue reading

Navigating a shifting PDF component landscape

PDFs have been around for a long time—more than two decades, in fact. As the platforms displaying the format have evolved beyond a simple desktop, more and more tools and components proliferate behind the scenes to ensure those documents crisply render and display on whatever application or screen they pop up in. Since its inception … continue reading

Fifteen great holiday gifts for the geek in your life

It’s that time of the year again: holiday shopping time! Trying to figure out what to get each and every special person in your life can be stressful, but there’s one person you don’t have to worry about: the geek, the programmer, that lovable developer in your life. We’ve got you covered just in time … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Oct. 30, 2014—Microsoft Band, Facebook’s Osquery and Adobe’s Spindle

The rumors turned out to be true. Microsoft has officially entered the health-tracking wearable market, releasing the Microsoft Band smartwatch and Microsoft Health service. Available cross-platform on Android, iOS and Windows Phone, Microsoft Band and Health can track and provide insights into a user’s heart rate, steps, calorie burning and sleep patterns. Microsoft Health also works with … continue reading

Plaintiff in hiring suit speaks out against settlement

Adobe, Apple, Google and Intel agreed to settle with its employees in a class-action lawsuit for $324 million … continue reading

Adobe hops on the ConnectED bandwagon

Adobe is committing more than $300 million in software and professional development to President Obama’s ConnectED … continue reading

Mobile app frameworks: A Buyers Guide

A guide for those in search of a framework, depending on what kind of framework they want … continue reading

SD Times Blog: Passwords stolen in Adobe breach were encrypted, not hashed

The breach occurred in a backup server, according to Adobe … continue reading

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