The beta release of the Opera 11 browser introduces tab stacking, a new way to organise your open tabs, as well as extensions, mouse gestures and a new developer mode
Category: Web & Interactive News
Project ROME is long awaited AIR app from Adobe that seems able to combine key features of Photoshop, Flash, Fireworks and InDesign. We take a quick look at this mysterious product, now on limited release
Adobe has announced the winners of the 2010 MAX Awards at a ceremony in Los Angeles hosted by actor William Shatner.
Adobe has announced the winners of the 10th annual Adobe Design Achievement Awards (ADAA), a global competition celebrating student creative arts.
The Adobe Museum Of Digital Media, a one-of-a-kind digital venue, opens its doors on October 6.
Adobe has released the HTML5 Pack for Adobe Illustrator CS5, which provides initial support for HTML5 and CSS3 and extends the scalable vector graphics (SVG) capability in Illustrator.
Adobe used IBC 2010 to announce the availability of Adobe Flash Media Server 4, as well as other video related announcements and a deal with the BBC
Apple’s Web browser Safari receives an upgrade, turning on Safari Extensions and introducing the Safari Extensions Gallery.
Adobe has announced the release of Flash Player 10.1 to its mobile platform partner, the first release that brings the full Web across desktops and devices.
Adobe has announced a new HTML5 solution for Web designers and developers using Dreamweaver CS5
Autodesk has announced the latest versions of its digital entertainment creation software in time for the annual Games Developers Conference (GDC)
Chorion has appointed specialist licensing agency AT New Media to introduce the Mr. Men and Little Miss brand to the interactive gaming industry
The Mill and AMV/BBDO have celebrated a multiple win at the Creative Circle Awards 2010, for the Metropolitan Police’s ‘Knife Crime’ interactive viral video.
Edinburgh Interactive, part of the Edinburgh Festival, and the Media Guardian Edinburgh International Television Festival have announced a combined event that will bring the games industry together with the TV industry.
Gorillabox has provided the Met Office with an iPhone weather App