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Adobe To Sandbox Flash Player For Safari Users

10/24/2013, When Apple released OS X Mavericks to the public, not only did they introduce a new look and a host of new features to consumers, but they have also introduced added security to Mac computers as well with one of them through the use of the App Sandbox...

Adobe Issues Emergency Patches, Squashes Bugs In The Process

02/26/2013, Adobe’s Flash received quite a slap across the face when Apple decided to ditch it from their iOS, simply because Apple felt that HTML5 was the way to go when it came to interactive Web design. Well, Flash’s run was pretty good (pardon the pun) while...

Sprint Flash headed your way soon

11/01/2012, The ZTE Flash is not dead and buried, but on the contrary, it is making its way to Sprint. Right now, it is not called the ZTE Flash due to sensitivities in the US market (remember how the government was recommended to drop ZTE and Huawei from all...

Adobe stops Flash development for Android

08/14/2012, A couple of months ago, we learnt that Flash support for Android 4.1 Jelly Bean would be non-existent – and here we are with word that Adobe will finally stop development for Flash on mobile devices, in particular, those running on the Android...

Google Chrome for Windows gets improved Flash support

08/08/2012, Google is bringing good news to all Chrome users on Windows today. After two long years of working with Adobe to sandbox the Flash Player plug-in, the Google Chrome team is finally announcing its new plug-in architecture that improves the sandboxing of...

ZTE Flash looks to be headed Sprint’s way

07/30/2012, While ZTE might be known more as a budget brand for some of you, the company has revealed some pretty decent phones in the past. That being said, a leaked document has revealed a possible upcoming phone for Sprint dubbed the ZTE Flash. Now assuming that...

Adobe Flash works on Jelly Bean still with a little bit of work

07/25/2012, Adobe called it quits on Flash for mobile devices in fall last year, and htis happened before Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich was released. Well, Adobe knows that you cannot simply ask folks to quit things cold turkey, so they gave users time to...

Adobe to discontinue supporting Flash on Android 4.1

06/29/2012, In February this year, Adobe announced that it will no longer develop further versions of its Flash Player for mobile browsers, and said that the beta version of Chrome for Android will no longer be supported. However, the company added that its Flash...

Adobe Flash 11.3 released, have you updated it yet?

06/11/2012, Flash might not be a platform that is supported on the iPad by Apple, and they have their own reasons, not to mention the head of HTML5 nibbling on Adobe’s tail to boot. Having said that, plenty of websites still support Flash, and there are still...

Microsoft to integrate Adobe Flash into Windows 8? [Rumor]

05/24/2012, According to a Windows insider, Microsoft is looking forward to integrate Flash directly into Internet Explorer 10 on Windows 8 . The insider, who goes by the name Canouna, boldly stated that Adobe Flash player is included in the Release Preview....

Adobe Flash Player 11.2 released with silent updates

03/28/2012, Adobe has just rolled out its Flash Player 11.2 which will ensure that a couple of critical arbitrary code execution vulnerabilities are fixed, in addition to a silent update option. Before we move on in greater detail concerning the silent update option,...

No Flash for Chrome for Android Beta

02/07/2012, Earlier this morning, we talked about Chrome for Android Beta hitting devices that run on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich – bringing a delectable desktop browsing experience onto your tablet or smartphone device. Well, one of the major components of...