Adobe might have accidentally confirmed the arrival of Google’s Gingerbread update by posting updates to the AIR 2.5 and Flash 10.1 for Android. In the update release notes, it was explicitly mentioned that the updates will play nice with Android 2.3, where the latter was already completed last month but wasn’t made official just yet. Both updates will also fix security exploits so that your smartphone remains secure during use without any additional fear or worry of identity and information theft. With such confirmation coming from some of Google’s partners, whether on purpose or by accident, might just be the catalyst Google needs to launch Gingerbread sooner rather than later.
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