Results tagged “Digital magazines”

Adobe News at Mobile World Congress

We are at Mobile World Congress this week and have a lot of exciting news to share. Here’s a quick rundown of our announcements with links to more information.

  • Photoshop Touch is now available for iPad 2, via the iTunes App Store. With Photoshop Touch, you can combine multiple photos into layered images, apply professional effects to create beautiful artwork, touch up photos, paint, lay out ideas, and much more.
  • Here’s a stat that we’re thrilled about: over the last year, our Digital Publishing Suite has powered more than 16 million digital publications across tablets. We have also added more enterprise-class functionality to the Suite, which will help organizations drive digital revenue and brand engagement through digital publications. Find out more here.
  • Mobile gaming gets a performance boost: we announced AIR 3.2 and Flash Player 11.2, with hardware accelerated 2D and 3D to enable the next generation of mobile gaming apps. Learn more on our Digital Media blog.

 

New Digital Publishing Technologies Previewed

The Adobe Digital Publishing blog today posted a new video about our digital publishing technologies. Launching in late summer, this technology will allow publishers to retain the design fidelity of a print publication and add the interactivity of digital – to create immersive content (without writing code) and build monetizable, digital magazines for the Apple iPad. Other platforms and devices are expected in the future.

Visit Adobe Labs for a short preview video and more information on how these technologies fit into the digital magazine authoring workflow, and check back with Adobe Labs in late summer when the technology and details on how to integrate it into existing workflows will be available.

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Adobe and Digital Publishing

The “Future of Publishing” is the new hot-topic, with media focusing on the devices that will deliver digital newspapers, magazines and books. Well hardware is nothing without software and – as you’d expect, with over 25 years partnering with the print publishing industry – Adobe technology is powering this transition, as new digital formats and new reading patterns emerge.

This spring, expect to see Adobe out and about, showing some of our latest tools and technologies – developed by ourselves and in collaboration with publishers. We think you’ll love what we have to demo, so check us out if you’re coming to the events below:

Tools of Change for Publishing
http://www.toccon.com/toc2010

Mobile World Congress
http://www.mobileworldcongress.com/

FIPP Digital Innovators’ Summit
http://www.vdz.de/innovators-summit-news.html

South by Southwest
http://sxsw.com/interactive

Keynote presentation from Adobe SVP of Creative Solutions from
Future of Publishing Summit
http://futureofpublishingsummit.com

In the meantime, to whet your appetite, click on the links below to find out more about how Adobe is delivering a digital future for publishers and readers.

Digital newspapers
Times Reader 2.0 - a collaboration with The New York Times to deliver newspaper content in an interactive, Adobe AIR-based application

Digital magazines
Condé Nast/Wired Magazine – a collaboration with Condé Nast to deliver the digital magazine experience on tablet devices

eBooks
EPUB and PDF – the standards for reflowable and final-form eBooks, enabling consumers to transfer eBooks across devices. Adobe is driving EPUB adoption with more than 100 industry partners
Content Server 4 – rights management and content protection for PDF and EPUB eBooks
Reader Mobile 9 SDK – PDF and EPUB eBook rendering support on smartphones and dedicated eReading devices
Digital Editions – free, lightweight, desktop reading application for PC and Mac

Content authoring
Creative Suite 4 Design Premium – the ultimate tookit to deliver rich, creative publishing experiences across media
Digital Publishing Technology Center – technical resource center to stay up-to-date on the latest publishing standards and tools

Follow the team
On Twitter @AdobeEbook

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