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Adobe Flash Player updated, Galaxy Nexus owners breathe easy

Adobe Flash Player updated, Galaxy Nexus owners breathe easy

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Adobe have updated Adobe Flash Player 11, bringing with it compatibility for the latest version of Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich. When we reviewed the Galaxy Nexus upon launch last month, the omission of Flash support was one of the things we found... >>

Lovefilm ditches Flash: Another nail in the coffin

Lovefilm ditches Flash: Another nail in the coffin

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With Netflix's imminent UK arrival casting a threatening shadow over Lovefilm, the last thing that the Amazon owned video rental service would have wanted was to have to reshuffle its PC streaming setup. But that's exactly what has happened after the... >>

BlackBerry PlayBook OTA update Flashes in

BlackBerry PlayBook OTA update Flashes in

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Despite Flash for mobile being on its death bed, whispering its final goodbyes to the devices it once held so dear, it is getting one last hurrah, courtesy of RIM, with Flash 11.1 arriving on the BlackBerry PlayBook following the latest over the air update.... >>

Pocket-lint Podcast #63

Pocket-lint Podcast #63

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The Pocket-lint Podcast turns its attention to Adobe's decision to stop supporting Flash for mobile devices, including Android beyond Ice Cream Sandwich. In addition, Rik Henderson, Stuart Miles and Dan Sung look at the problems that have surrounded the... >>

No Flash for Android Ice Cream Sandwich yet

No Flash for Android Ice Cream Sandwich yet

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Google has confirmed what Samsung Galaxy Nexus owners probably already figured out - that there's no Flash support at present for Android Ice Cream Sandwich. The search giant has stated that: "Flash hasn’t been released for ICS yet so as far as we know"... >>

Adobe Flash TV switch off planned

Adobe Flash TV switch off planned

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It looks as if Flash for mobile isn't the only platform that Adobe has no further love for, with the company also set to ditch its Flash TV plans as well. The move comes just a day after Adobe effectively proved Steve Jobs right by killing off Flash for... >>

Adobe: Flash for mobile is dead

Adobe: Flash for mobile is dead

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Update: Adobe has confirmed the move. Speaking on the Adobe Blog, Danny Winokur, Adobe VP and general manager for interactive development, said: "Adobe is all about enabling designers and developers to create the most expressive content possible, regardless... >>

PlayStation Vita Flash free for launch

PlayStation Vita Flash free for launch

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Don't expect any Flash based fun on your Sony PlayStation Vita if you grab one at launch, Adobe's much derided platform will not be supported. There is cookie, JavaScript 1.7 and HTML5 support though, proving that the device will be equipped for web-based... >>

Adobe Flash 11 ready for download - even on your TV

Adobe Flash 11 ready for download - even on your TV

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The joys of Flash apps look set to grace our television sets thanks to the newly-announced Flash Player 11 and Air 3.  LG and TiVo users have joined in on the televisual Flash app party, alongside Samsung, which allow access to new Air-based applications... >>

Adobe Flash 11 turns the 3D dial up

Adobe Flash 11 turns the 3D dial up

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Adobe has turned the dial up to 11 for Flash, with the latest version of Steve Jobs' favourite software promising console-quality 2D and 3D games over the web to nearly all PCs and many other devices. Other devices whose names aren't proceeded with a... >>