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Ending soon: Get 80% off lifetime access to over 5,000 Adobe Authorized Training Courses

Adobe continues to build out the Creative Cloud ecosystem, but there’s still one thing missing – a comprehensive education program for people to learn and improve their design skills. So, we’re offering TNW readers a special deal on Adobe Authorized training courses from Train Simple. Show More Summary

How To Create an Origami Style Logomark in Illustrator

I recently received a great tutorial suggestion from a reader named Brigid who asked if I could create a guide to creating an origami style illustration. We’ll use Adobe Illustrator to tackle this design for its advanced shape editing abilities and make particular use of Smart Guides to perfectly align our vector paths. Show More Summary

Sponsor Giveaway: win a class from Scrapaneers

THE GIVEAWAY: One blog reader will win a complimentary seat into Pocket Pop: Adobe Illustrator Basics for the Pocket Scrapper with Scrapaneer instructor Danielle Young. Danielle will walk you through the Adobe Illustrator interface at your own pace while you...

Adobe Voice: Use Your iPad to Make Presentations Using Your Own Voice

When people think of Adobe, they probably instantly think of the Acrobat Reader we use to view PDFs, or perhaps the popular Photoshop graphics software. But Adobe has a large suite of products and online platforms, especially for those who create. Show More Summary

Adobe Creative Cloud Login Outage Takes Users’ Productivity With It

When Adobe announced that future releases of its Creative Suite software would only be released using a subscription-based model, it was completely unsurprising that 61.2% of Consumerist readers told us in a poll that they’ll switch to Creative Cloud when Adobe pulls CS6 out of their cold, dead hard drives. This week, Creative Cloud’s login outage validated our readers’ … [More]

We're getting reports that Adobe's ID services have been offline for nearly a day—which seems pretty

3 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

We're getting reports that Adobe's ID services have been offline for nearly a day—which seems pretty excessive! Twitter, naturally, is less than pleased. So tell us, dear readers, have you been having problems logging into Adobe products? Read more...

Huge memory improvements coming to Firefox 29?s pdf.js PDF reader

7 months agoTechnology :

Mozilla launched Firefox's native PDF reader in Firefox 19 to provide users of the browser with an alternative to plugin-based readers such as Adobe PDF Reader or Foxit Reader. The idea was to reduce the browser's dependency on plugins, and the creation of a native PDF reader did just that for PDF related plugins. Show More Summary

Adobe backs down: We Didn’t Mean to Use DRM to Break Your eBook Readers

A quick follow up from yesterday's post, again from The Digital Reader, in which Adobe smartly reverses course and will not cause many loser devices to stop working with their DRM after all. Of course, DRM still sucks. Posted with.....

Adobe to Require New Epub DRM in July, Expects to Abandon Existing Users

Ooh, this doesn't sound good. The Digital Reader is reporting that come July, 2014, Adobe will be requiring vendors and hardware to support an updated version of their DRM (Digital Rights Management) solution. So what, you ask? "This means that...

Adobe Reader for iOS 7 update packed with new features

Adobe has launched an update to their popular Adobe Reader application for iOS devices, bringing major improvements, bug fixes and a fresh new look that matches the design of iOS 7. The updated application promises better performance,...Show More Summary

Adobe Reader Now Lets You Edit PDFs Without Opening Them

Adobe has issued an update to Adobe Reader, its popular PDF reader app. Version 11.2.0 introduces a new design that matches the look and feel of iOS 7. The new look includes alterations to the color scheme as well as … Read more ›

Q&A: How to Unblock Adobe Reader in Safari

7 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gadgetwise

Plus, checking compatibility in Windows 8.1, and customizing lists in Twitter.

Adobe Patch Tuesday January 2014, (Tue, Jan 14th)

Adobe released two bulletins today: 1 - Reader/Acrobat This bullet...(more)...

Windows XP flaw allows attacks via Adobe, security firm says

9 months agoTechnology : BizFeed

A new zero day flaw in Windows XP and Server 2003 is being exploited in the wild to bypass the sandbox on unpatched versions of Adobe Reader, security firm FireEye has reported. According to the firm's analysis, the vulnerability allows...Show More Summary

Chrome Is Changing The Way It Handles PDFs

Currently, Chrome will open PDFs using whatever software you have set as the system default (usually Foxit or Adobe Reader). However, the browser’s development build was recently tweaked to always open PDFs using Chrome’s in-built reader, a change that’s been made because “it’s safer”. More »      

Adobe Reader update for Android adds costly PDF conversion features

9 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Engadget

Catching up to its iOS counterpart, Adobe's Reader app for Android has been updated with the same PDF conversion tools. This means that from within the app, you can now create PDFs from various popular file types, and vice versa. While...Show More Summary

Fix Google Chrome: Adobe Reader is not allowed when loading pdf documents

10 months agoTechnology :

If you are running the Google Chrome Canary web browser you may have stumbled upon a new inconvenience in the browser when you are trying to load pdf documents in it. Instead of displaying the contents of the document inline -- thatShow More Summary

Chrome to Gradually Drop Support for NPAPI Plug-ins

10 years ago, browsers were a lot less powerful and you had to install plug-ins to watch videos, play games, open PDF files. Applications like QuickTime, RealPlayer, Windows Media Player, Adobe Reader, Java installed plug-ins that added missing features. Show More Summary

Flash Player, Reader and Shockwave Player get critical security updates

Adobe released security updates for Flash Player, Adobe Reader and Shockwave Player on Tuesday to address critical vulnerabilities that could allow attackers to take control of systems running vulnerable versions of those programs. The Flash Player updates address four memory corruption vulnerabilities that can lead to arbitrary code execution. Show More Summary

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