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Facebook Launches Strategic PMDs Program

At Salesforce’s Dreamforce conference, Facebook announced a new designation for “top marketing developers,” called Strategic Preferred Marketing Developer. “The designation is reserved for a small group of PMDs that are driving outstanding results in the Facebook marketing developer ecosystem and is earned through a rigorous selection process that considers each company’s impact and commitment,” Facebook says. “Strategic PMDs will receive …

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Adobe Social Is Now Available, And Here’s What It Does

Adobe has announced the general availability of Adobe Social, its social marketing solution, which utilizes the Adobe Digital Marketing Suite, and includes extensive analytics into social engagement, as well as ad and app creation, and engagementn and social listening tools all in one platform. We had a chat with Adobe’s John Mellor and Jeff Jordan, who demoed the offering, and …

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Adobe Makes Web Site Creation Even Easier

Adobe made a big splash in May by releasing their highly anticipated Creative Suite 6. They also released Creative Cloud, their first foray into cloud-based storage and software. One bit of software exclusive to Creative Cloud customers is Muse, a program that allows graphic designers to build Web sites without knowing any code. It was already easy enough to use, …

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Today Is The Last Day To Get Flash For Android

We all knew this day was coming. It was going to be hard to accept, but Adobe told us all to move on. Android 4.1 users didn’t have a choice, but 4.0 and below were still able to download Flash Player for Android. That luxury will be going away tomorrow. Wednesday, August 15 is the promised day. Adobe will be …

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Adobe May Have Dropped Flash Support For Android, But You Don’t Have To

You may remember last month when Adobe announced that Jelly Bean was not going to get Flash. Ice Cream Sandwich was going to be the last version of Android to have official support for Flash and the software was only going to be up on Google Play until August 15. It will be gone forever after that. Some people did …

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Sit A Spell And Let Me Tell You The Tale Of HTML5 [Infographic]

Since its introduction in 2008, HTML5 has been heralded as the future of the Web. No longer would we be held back by individual plugins like Flash. The Web would be a free and open place with the many APIs provided by HTML5 leading the way. Where did the Web revolution start and where is it going? Let this lovely …

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Tablet Traffic Has Grown 10x Faster Than Smartphones

The latest news from Adobe’s Digital Index report is tablet computers will generate more traffic than smartphones by early 2013. Apparently, many consumers find browsing on tablets almost as engaging as on PCs. The news comes at a time when most companies have recognized the popularity of mobile search, and have put resources into developing mobile apps. Key Findings from …

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Like Flash Player On Android? You Have Until August 15 To Say Goodbye

One of the major bragging rights for Android users is that their operating system allows for the use of Flash. Adobe eventually came around to Apple’s way of thinking though and said that Flash on mobile platforms was kind of useless. They revealed their plans to drop Flash support for Android in the future a few months back, but we’re …

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Adobe’s Cloud Gets A Little Lightroom

You may recall a while back when Adobe made a big fuss over the launch of Creative Suite 6. It was worth making a fuss about as well since it featured numerous upgrades from previous software versions to make a lot of old programs feel new again, especially Photoshop. The most exciting part of the CS6 launch, however, was the …

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Adobe Connect 9 Launches Q3 2012, Gets New Features

There are a multitude of options out there for web conferencing, but most of them do the same thing. One of the more unique options is Adobe Connect since it uses Flash to integrate presentations and notes into the conference. The newest version is getting more than just Flash support this time around. Adobe announced today that Adobe Connect 9 …

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Yahoo Axis Logo Looks Awfully Familiar

Did you hear about Yahoo’s mobile browser/browser extension yet? It’s called Axis and it’s pretty neat. It’s definitely one of the most attractive products that Yahoo has put out over the years. One of the more attractive things about it is the logo. The clean lines and bold, abstract design help set it apart from the rest. Wait a tick, …

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Adobe ColdFusion 10 Launches With Increased HTML5 Support

After coming off of the successful launch of Creative Suite 6, Adobe has not been resting on its laurels. They’re back again with another product release that should go hand-in-hand with CS6’s HTML5 features. Adobe announced today that ColdFusion 10 is available to Web developers. If you’re familiar with ColdFusion, then you should know that it’s Adobe’s server side technology …

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