The next versions of their Dreamweaver, Soundbooth and Fireworks software are available for a 48 hour free trial. After that, they self-destruct. Cue the Mission Impossible theme...
Unless you are a registered CS3 user, then, you get to keep using the betas until the final applications are released, at which time Adobe will send a team of ninjas to your office to uninstall them. Or they'll figure out some other way to turn off the program's functionality. We'll have to see. (Probably not ninjas.)
You can get to the download pages for these products through links in the article from CNET here.
Meanwhile: Yawn. While I'm sure Dreamweaver, Soundbooth and Fireworks have their audiences, there's only one product that I'd bother with in beta - Photoshop CS4. Or, whatever they call it. (It could be named Photoshop Big Stinky Poop for all I care!)
From what I hear, the next version of Photoshop might be radically different, at least as far as usability applies.
Photoshop is a fantastically deep and rich program, but you could spend a lifetime learning how to use it. Photoshop's John Nack (who CNET calls "John Nash," come on people!) has said he wants to keep the program just as powerful, but make it easier to use.
Can't wait to see what that looks like...