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Steve Jobs may not like/prefer Flash, or at least on his portable devices, but one thing's for sure: Adobe loves Apple. They love the company so much that they even created a real ad campaign, with posters like the one you'll see after the break.

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Adobe Systems' Photoshop software is great for many things, like creating website templates, drawing, and editing / manipulating images to your heart's content. Continue reading to see five funny examples.

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If you were browsing YouTube yesterday and received an Adobe Flash Player Update notification, just know that it's not fake pop-up, but is due to the recent upgrade performed on Google's systems. However, if you'd like to upgrade it manually, just click here.


In this Adobe Systems featurette, "join Worldwide Design Evangelist Terry White as he runs through his 5 favorite Photoshop CS5 features -- included are new enhanced selection abilities and noise reduction tools." Video after the break.

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Adobe TV revealed the CS5 launch today, with the Creative Suite 5 Production Premium Kit priced at $1,699. The kit includes an upgraded Photoshop with "Truer Edge, which has better edge detecting technology, and of course Content-Aware Fill, which definitely looks like magic." Videos after the break.

As expected, Adobe's Creative Suite 5 has officially become available. Including Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Flash Catalyst and 11 more products, it's pricey - but reaming with the goods needed for any designer serious about their work.
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Adobe's Photoshop CS5 is a giant leap ahead of its predecessor, due to new features like Puppet Warp, which lets you easily bend and twist images. Plus, this function "applies to pictures of actual humans half as well as as it does to a wooden puppet." Video after the break.

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If you've been looking for an affordable alternative to Adobe Acrobat 9 Pro ($449 MSRP), look no further than PDF Suite. Priced from $39.95 ($59.95 for Professional version), this software enables you to "create PDFs from an existing document or start from a blank page; you'll be able to edit any PDF file by modifying the text or images, create and fill forms, apply 256-bit passwords and restrictions, customize printing." More information. Videos after the break.

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Apple's iPhone may not be getting Flash anytime soon, but the Nexus One phone is another story. Adobe Systems has released a video showing Flash Player 10.1 beta running on the latter. Continue reading to watch.

Be sure to check out the animated ad for dog food to fully realize what a future of Flash-capable devices will really look like.
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HTC expands its Smartphone lineup, with the HTC Hero. This Android-powered handset features a 528MHz Qualcomm MSM7200A CPU, 288MB RAM, 512MB ROM, 3.2-inch touchscreen, 802.11b/g Wi-Fi, 5.0-megapixel camera, GPS, and a microSD expansion slot. Continue reading for the Adobe Flash demonstration. Click here for first picture in gallery.

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Adobe Systems has just unveiled an interactive video object manipulation system that "gives video editors all sorts of creative windows with next to no rendering lag." Video after the break.

An After Effects demonstration shows an editor selecting the outside of a cab and typing "taxi" -- once the text is imprinted on the vehicle, it stays on the car as it moves up and down the street.
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