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Adobe Flash Player on Android hits version 10.3
Adobe has just plugged more security holes and introduced additional enhancements to their Adobe Flash Player on the Android platform, bumping the version number up to 10.3 in the process. Amongst the changes as quoted verbatim would include as follows :-Flash Player 10.3 is the newest runtime release of the Open Screen Project that enables uncompromised Web browsing of expressive applications, content and video across devices. For a general overview […]

Latest Apple OS X update comprises of nearly half Adobe Flash fixes
Apple’s most recent OS X update has yielded some pretty interesting information – we’re talking about 40% of the fixes targeting nothing but Adobe Flash out of the 130 plus bugs corrected. Could this be one of the main reasons why Steve Jobs decided that Flash isn’t really suitable for mobile devices, since the platform does seem to be pretty vulnerable, making it a snap for hackers with devious intent […]

Adobe confirms Google’s Gingerbread launch
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 […]

Play Pong With HTML5 And Flash At The Same Time
We already know that Apple isn’t too happy about the idea of Flash on iOS devices, and there are plenty of HTML5 vs Adobe Flash battles being fought out there too. We don’t expect to see a clear winner anytime soon, but the folks over at Code Computerlove have come up with a simple game to illustrate a point that both technologies can survive on the Internet without having to […]


Google Chrome Browser Gets Native Flash Support
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 plug-in separately, and it could also help mitigate crashes as it sandboxes the plug-in, preventing failures from compromising the tab or the whole browser itself. In […]

Patch For Adobe Flash Player, Reader And Acrobat Vulnerabilities Coming
Do you remember the critical Adobe Flash Player, Reader and Acrobat security issues that we highlighted to you a few days back? Well, there is good news and bad news. The good news is that the fix for Flash Player will be available by Thursday, June 10th, which is just a few hours away. The bad news is that the fix for Adobe Reader and Acrobat will only be available […]

Dell Streak Goes Official On O2 UK
You’ve been eagerly waiting for it, and now the Dell Streak has finally gone official and will be launched exclusively on O2 UK in June. In case you didn’t notice it the last time, the 5-inch Dell Streak is an Android powered tablet device that can also function as a mobile phone, though Dell seems to call it a tablet instead of a phone. It’ll be powered by Google’s Android […]

LG Mini GD880 does Flash
The LG Mini GD880 which we looked at at Mobile World Congress 2010 in February earlier this year will apparently ship with an HTML5 compliant, Webkit-based browser that will be able to handle Adobe Flash and get this – making room for up to 10 simultaneous windows to be viewed, although you might question the wisdom of doing so on a 3.2″ touchscreen display. This is definitely something not even […]

Official: Google To Integrate Flash With Chrome Browser
It was previously rumored that Adobe and Google would be partnering to integrate Flash with Google’s Chrome browser, and now it looks like the deal is official, with both Adobe and Google spreading the word. The plan is to take the relationship to the next level by supporting a deeper integration of Flash Player with Google’s Chrome browser. With that in mind, Google will be including Flash Player in its […]

Could Google Bundle Flash With Its Chrome Browser?
Apple and Adobe certainly aren’t seeing eye to eye recently over Flash, especially with the iPad not including Flash support, but could Adobe be getting a valuable ally in the form of the search engine giant Google? This hasn’t been officially confirmed just yet, but speculation is mounting that Google might be bundling Adobe’s Flash with Google’s Chrome browser or Chrome OS. Of course, Google’s Chrome already supports Adobe, but […]

CBS Preparing HTML5 Video Playback For iPad
Apple’s lack of Flash support of the iPad has been a major talking point recently, and now it seems that CBS has decided to toe the line, as it seems that is testing using HTML5 to display its videos for the iPad instead of Flash. Some links labeled “iPad – test” have shown up on the site. While clicking on the link via a desktop browser takes you to […]

No Flash for Windows Mobile 6.5
If you happen to use a smartphone running on the Windows Mobile 6.5 operating system, then this isn’t good news for you – it seems that Adobe has indicated that Windows Mobile 6.5 users won’t be able to use Flash 10.1, as that version only applies to Windows Phone 7 owners. According to Adobe’s Antonio Flores, “We have made the tough decision to defer support for that platform until WinMo7. […]