MAX 2010 – Day One Keynote Highlights

Today at MAX, our annual worldwide developer conference, Adobe CTO Kevin Lynch delivered an exciting keynote focused on the multiscreen revolution and its impact on designers, developers, content owners and consumers. Focusing on web design, video, digital publishing, enterprise applications and gaming, Kevin welcomed some of Adobe’s most important partners onstage:

  • Martha Stewart, who is partnering with Adobe to deliver a rich, interactive edition of Martha Stewart Living across a range of platforms and devices
  • Mike Lazaridis, co-CEO of Research and Motion, who demonstrated AIR and Flash content on the Blackberry PlayBook, which was demonstrated live for the first time today.
  • Joe Simon, CTO of the iconic magazine publisher Conde Nast, who announced that Conde Nast has selected the Adobe(r) Digital Publishing Suite to produce and deliver new high impact digital editions across its magazine portfolio.
  • Motorola gave away Droid 2 devices to MAX attendees!

Some excerpts from the keynote are below. Be sure to visit MAX Online to watch a full replay, and click the links for more highlights.

Adobe Powers Multiscreen Revolution at MAX 2010
Condé Nast Selects Adobe Technology for Digital Magazine Production
Adobe Announces New Digital Publishing Suite
Adobe Unveils LiveCycle Enterprise Suite 2.5
Adobe Extends AIR Applications Across Screens

Martha Stewart on stage with Kevin Lynch:

RIM CEO Mike Lazaridis Talks and Demos PlayBook:

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Comments

    October 29, 2010

    feestdagen 2011 writes:

    Very nicely done. It looks very nice on the Ipad.
    Hopefully it accepts flash in the future.
    greetings from holland

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