Details on our exciting news lineup at MAX 2009!

We here at Adobe are very excited about the news listed below. Please read more to learn about all the great things Adobe announced at this year’s MAX!

Adobe Unveils First Full Flash Player for Mobile Devices and PCs

Flash Player 10.1 will support smartphones, smartbooks, netbooks, PCs, and other Internet-connected devices, allowing users to access the content created by Flash Player anywhere, anytime! See our official press release for additional information about this exciting announcement.

Nokia and Adobe Bring New Flash Applications to Mobile Phones and Other Devices

Nokia and Adobe today announced more than 35 funded multi-screen applications as part of the joint Open-Screen Project Fund. The two companies also presented the brand new Nokia Web Runtime extensions for Adobe® Dreamweaver® CS4 software, which will make the creation of mobile WRT widgets for supported Nokia devices easier than ever. See the official press release for more exciting details.

Adobe and NVIDIA Deliver Rich Web Experiences on Netbooks and Mobile Devices

Adobe Systems Incorporated and NVIDIA Corporation announced that both companies are bringing uncompromised browsing of rich Web content to netbooks, smartphones and smartbooks. As part of the Open Screen Project, the two companies are working together to improve the performance of Flash Player 10.1 by taking advantage of Nvidia GPUs. NVIDIA customers embracing Flash Player 10.1 for their new devices include HP, Lenovo, Samsung, Acer, Asus and more. Learn more here.

Adobe Flash Platform Speeds Web Innovation Across Desktops and Devices

We are excited to announce further enhancements to the Flash Platform! Flash Player 10.1; the new HTTP streaming technology for video delivered on the Flash Platform; upcoming features of Adobe AIR 2 software; a second beta of Adobe Flash Builder and Flash Catalyst software; new Adobe Flash Platform Services for collaboration. Learn more about all these cool enhancements here.

Adobe Unveils LiveCycle Enterprise Suite 2

Adobe announced LiveCycle Enterprise Suite 2 (ES2), which enables businesses and governments to build applications that improve interactions with customers and constituents across devices and channels. LiveCycle ES2 provides a rich Internet application (RIA) framework for building customizable RIA workspaces, mobile and desktop access to critical applications and deployment in the cloud. Enterprises can now deliver personalized experiences that connect to automated processes and embed real-time collaboration in the applications to improve customer experience and boost employee productivity. Learn more about LiveCycle Enterprise Suite 2’s capabilities here.

Adobe and Qualcomm Bring Full Flash Player to Next-Generation Mobile Devices

Adobe Systems Incorporated and Qualcomm Incorporated are working together as part of the Open Screen Project to increase performance for Adobe Flash Player 10.1 for Qualcomm’s chipsets targeted at smartphones and smartbooks. Learn more about their efforts together here.

RIM joins Open Screen Project

Adobe Systems Incorporated announced today that Research In Motion (RIM) is joining the Open Screen Project, and the two companies are working together to bring Adobe Flash Player support to the BlackBerry platform. Learn more about this exciting collaboration here.

Adobe ColdFusion 9 Now Available

Adobe announced the immediate availability of Adobe ColdFusion 9, Adobe ColdFusion Builder Beta 2, and a private beta of the new ColdFusion 9 in the Cloud that will run in the Amazon Web Services environment and enable more developers to access the power of ColdFusion as a hosted service. Learn more about the capabilities of these betas here.

Google Teams up with Adobe for Open Screen Project. Check out this blog entry for additional details.