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Flash Player looks into a 3D future

07/08/2010, Flash might be a contentious issue for some, but we know that the Internet experience won’t be what it is today without the presence of Flash (for better or for worse, that really depends on how you see things). Well, Adobe isn’t going to sit...

Flash 10.1 Demoed On Verizon Droid X

07/06/2010, We already know that the upcoming Motorola Droid X will be getting the Flash 10.1 update sometime in late summer, though a specific date wasn’t mentioned. In case you’re wondering how it’ll feel like, Ted Patrick, who is a Senior...

Google Chrome Browser Gets Native Flash Support

06/26/2010, Google has released an updated version of its Chrome web browser that has Adobe’s Flash enabled by default, which should bring a happy smile to the folks over at Adobe. This will make things easier for users as they won’t have to download the...

Adobe Flash Player 10.1 for mobile unveiled

06/22/2010, Folks who want to have fun with Flash on their mobile devices will be pleased to know that Adobe has unveiled Flash Player 10.1 for various platform partners. This was specially redesigned from the ground up, and so a fresh start translates to better...

Adobe Flash And AIR To Eventually Hit Windows Phone 7

06/17/2010, While it was initially confirmed that Windows Phone 7 (WP7) would be released without Flash support, there is some good news for Flash supporters out there, as word is that Flash and AIR (which allows Flash to run in non-browser situations) are said...

Next Generation Droid To Be Unleashed June 23rd

06/15/2010, Can’t wait to check out the latest Motorola Droid devices? An online invite has surfaced, informing us that Verizon, Motorola, Google and Adobe will be holding a press event in New York on June 23rd, a day before the iPhone 4′s launch....

Adobe Reader app going for free on Android Marketplace

05/24/2010, The Android Marketplace is offering its Adobe Reader app for free, but it will run only on Android 2.1 and above, which means not all Android-powered devices are able to support it. If you happen to own a Motorola Droid (aka Motorola Milestone) and Google...

Google Announces WebM Video Format At Google I/O

05/19/2010, When Google purchased a company called On2 a while back, many folks expected the search engine giant to open-source the VP8 video codec that came bundled with the company. Seems like those predictions were true, as Google has announced its new format...

Android Multi-touch Tablet Supports Flash

05/05/2010, Apple might not allow Adobe Flash on its iPhone and iPad, but Adobe doesn’t have any such problems with Google’s Android OS. Now an Android tablet has been spotted at Adobe’s booth at the Web 2.0 Expo. The multi-touch tablet on show is...

Adobe Flash 10.1 For Android In June

04/30/2010, While you may already have expected a response from Adobe regarding Steve Jobs’ recent post regarding Adobe Flash, and the response has been posted. Aside from the usual banter between Adobe and Apple, the response does mention that Adobe is...

Adobe Creative Suite 5 Begins To Ship

04/30/2010, You’ve probably been eagerly waiting for this day to come, and your piggy bank is full to the brim with the coins you’ve saved up to buy it, now Adobe has begun to ship its Creative Suite 5 (CS5), allowing you to get your creative juices...

Adobe Releases Flash For Mac Beta With GPU Acceleration

04/29/2010, Adobe has just released Gala, the first version of Flash for the Mac that supports GPU-based hardware acceleration, taking advantage of OS X 10.6.3’s hardware video decoding API, pushing the task of decoding H.264 videos to the graphics chipset...

Android 2.2 confirmed to include full support for Adobe Flash

04/27/2010, Impressed with Quake II running on HTML5? Well, those who are on the opposite camp (read: Flash) will be pleased to know that Android 2.2, aka Froyo, will come with support for Adobe Flash. Unfortunately for us, there is no tentative release date for...