Let us have a minute’s silence with word that Adobe has released their final version of the Flash Player for the range of Android devices and the BlackBerry PlayBook, although the company did pencil in a promise for future updates. I guess things will stop at version 11.1 – perhaps it has something to do with today’s date or a mere coincidence, I am not quite sure. Still, this final update will fix up a bunch of security flaws that number a dozen under the “Critical” area, although I would have thought having just one less would make it all the more meaningful.

Strangely enough, Adobe still has plans to offer future security support for current device configurations. I guess that is the least that they could do, and I am also quite sure that mobile Flash users will not complain with this bit of news trickling down. How did you feel about Adobe pulling out from the mobile Flash arena? [Support Page]

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