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Adobe’s Creative Suite 5 Scheduled

The unveiling of the next major release of Adobe’s flagship Creative Suite apps is due on April 12

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The unveiling of the next major release of Adobe's flagship Creative Suite apps is due on April 12 with availability of the kit in English following a month later. There hasn't been a rev since September of 2008. Adobe named the date when it reported fiscal first-quarter earnings down 19% to $127.2 million, or 24 cents a share, on revenue up 9.2% to $858.7 million including $432 million from CS4. Product sales were up 7.7%, service and support up 34%. Adobe's new Omniture acquisition kicked in about 10% of total revenue. CS didn't do so well at the height of the recession but with demand on the rise Adobe forecast Q2 revenues of $875 million-$925 million above Wall Street expectations. Otherwise, Adobe's next-generation Flash Builder, Flash Builder 4 and the latest edition of its ColdFusion, tools for building multi-platform rich Internet applications (RIAs), are out now.

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