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Adobe Flash 10.3 is now available for all palforms

Saturday, May 14, 2011 1:13 No Comments

Flash 10.3 is here (for Windows, MacOS, Linux and Android) bringing with it “improved stability, stronger security and user privacy protection, and new desktop audio/video capabilities for businesses and developers”. More excitingly than that though is the fact that the lastest 0.1 increase in Flashness means that users now get Flash cookie control. Actually, that’s not as exciting as it sounds. There’s no double-choc-chip action here – just a feature enabling you to clear local storage in IE, Chrome and Firefox. There has been a number of bug fixes from 10.2 though and Adobe has also thrown in some new tools including an auto-update feature for Mac OS

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Adobe Flash Player 10.2 for Android Now Available

Monday, March 21, 2011 16:57 No Comments

Just as expected, Adobe Systems Inc. has released version 10.2 of Flash Player for Android today. The update is now available for free in the Android Market for a number of devices running Android 2.2 Froyo and higher. Adobe does indicate that Flash Player 10.2 is still in beta for tablets with Android 3.0 Honeycomb. Users are asked to update to Android 3.0.1 build before installing Flash Player 10.2. According to Adobe, Flash Player 10.2 includes various improvements and enhancements. Most notably, this version ‚Äútakes advantage of multi-core processors and includes other performance improvements to deliver improved performance of video and interactive content on many devices.‚

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Adobe insists Flash is still relevant platform for Web 2.0

Wednesday, November 17, 2010 12:53 No Comments

Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen told a Web 2.0 panel today that Flash remained a relevant platform, despite Club Cupertino’s much-ballyhooed preference for the rapidly evolving HTML5 standard. “Flash has changed the world,” Narayen insisted during a panel discussion transcribed and quoted by CNN. “When you change the world with what you deliver, you’ll have fans and supporters – and you’ll have your detractors. We have continued to innovate, and we will [do so in the future].” Narayen also emphasized that Adobe welcomed developers interested in designing content and apps for multiple platforms. “[Really], it’s all about how you cont

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Adobe’s Flash Player 10.1 Sent to Phone Makers

Tuesday, June 22, 2010 1:43 1 Comment

Adobe Systems plans to release the final version of Flash Player 10.1 for smartphones on Tuesday, but very few people will be able to use it right away. Flash Player 10.1 is designed to offer a consistent user experience across laptops, desktops, tablets, phones and televisions. The player for desktops became available June 10. Users of phones running Android 2.2 will be the first to get the player, said Anup Muraka, director of technology strategy at Adobe. The trouble is that version 2.2 has so far only been pushed out to review units of one phone model, the Nexus One. All Nexus One phones, Motorola’s Droid and other Android models are expected to get the operating system soon

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Full Flash Support, hopefully Give Android a Competitive Edge

Monday, May 10, 2010 3:52 1 Comment

Earlier this month, Adobe Systems announced it was discontinuing its development of Flash for Apple’s iPhone and iPad, and would refocus much of its mobile efforts on devices built on Google’s open-source Android platform. On Tuesday, a Google vice president confirmed that full support for Flash is coming in the next version of Android. In an interview with The New York Times, Google Vice President of Engineering Andy Rubin took a swipe at Apple, which has refused to support Flash on its mobile devices. Sometimes being open, the paper quoted him, “means not being militant about the things consumers are actually enjoying.” ‘A Matter of Time’ Ru

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