Flash

  • Adobe Flash Player no longer available on Android

    We all knew this day was coming, but August 15th is finally here. From today Adobe are discontinuing Adobe Flash in the Google Play store. Before you all freak out, existing devices with Flash installed will continue to function as normal. Unfortunately any new devices will be unable to...
  • Adobe focusing on HTML5, ending mobile Flash Player dev

    Adobe announced overnight a major shift in direction for their mobile division. Danny Winokur, Vice President & General Manager, Interactive Development at Adobe says: Over the past two years, we’ve delivered Flash Player for mobile browsers and brought the full expressiveness of the web to many mobile devices. However,...
  • Flash Player 11.2 will do background updates, like Chrome.

    If you’re constantly annoyed at update messages from Adobe’s Flash Player, there’s an end in sight. Flash Player 11.2 beta includes a new feature.. background updates. This means (if you choose) that Adobe will simply update Flash in the background, meaning your always up to date and avoid any...
  • Flash 10.2 to fix CPU usage on Macs, happy now Mr Jobs ?

    The Flash hate from Steve Jobs has been extremely strong over the past year or so, with Jobs pointing to Flash as the reason for a majority of application crashes. All that may be set to change with the next point release of the Adobe’s Flash Player 10.2. This...
  • Skyfire flash video supporting browser now live [updated]

    Update 2: Apparently the Skyfire app was pulled by the developers due to technical difficulties, not Apple.  Update: It seems Apple has pulled the App from the Australian iTunes store. Yep, it pays to be quick on these things. While Flash has many uses, one of the most common...
  • The first 360 degree YouTube video is one awesome hell ride

    Its not often that we get completely new experiences online, but today we have one. This music video clip – Professor Green – Coming To Get Me, is the first 360 degree video on YouTube. We’ve all seen 360 panoramas for house displays, motel rooms that sort of thing...
  • 64-bit Adobe Flash Player “Square” now available

    For many, many years there’s been a 64-bit version of Internet Explorer available to users. The problem is that there was no 64-bit version of Flash Player, this meant your experience online was so broken that nobody really used it. This all changes today with Adobe’s release of a...
  • Adobe shows off Flash/AIR on the HP slate

      The last time we seen the HP slate was during Steve Ballmer’s keynote speech at CES. Information has been so scarce that many were starting to call it vapourware. With no confirmed ship date, specs or price, it’s easy to understand why, especially with it’s greatest competitor –...
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