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We all know how great Amazon Prime is with its free two-day shipping, Prime Music and unlimited Prime Instant Video steaming. The only problem with subscribing to the service is
Adobe has officially announced that they will no longer continue to develop Flash Player in the browser to work with new mobile device configurations. Instead, the focus will be placed on
A leaked Adobe document obtained by ZDNet indicates that the company plans to cease development for Flash Player for mobile browsers. Choosing to focus more heavily HTML5, mobile applications, and
Adobe announced early this morning that they will be releasing new Flash Player and AIR utilities next month which will let developers combine HTML5, Flash, and other code. Due in
Think back to roughly a year and a half ago when the big stink in mobile was over how Apple refused to support Adobe Flash. Remember hearing from people on
Adobe has announced updates to their Flash Builder 4.5 and Flex 4.5 software today, making it even easier for developers to write once, deploy (nearly) everywhere. These latest releases can
Adobe has pushed out an updated version of their Flash player for Android devices, mainly fixing bugs and patching security holes. If you have an Android phone or tablet running
Flash is coming to the Motorola XOOM on March 18th as a downloadable application. In the meanwhile, Verizon and Motorola are sending out a small update to prepare the tablet.
About two weeks ago now, I upgraded my phone to the HTC Evo4G. I switched from what now feels like an ancient (and tiny) HTC Hero. And although I had Android 2.2 running on my rooted Hero, this phone feels like a completely new experience. Yes of course its way faster, and the screen is way bigger. But its more than that. I think the biggest difference is having Flash.
There seems to be a bit of confusion regarding what to do when system apps get updated while using a custom ROM. Recently Google’s Youtube app was updated with a slick new version, but many people on XDA forums & other similar communities are having issues with their rooted devices.
Now that Android 2.2 has started permeating handsets across the world, users are flocking to the market to download Flash. Adobe’s bread and butter media player has been downloaded more
Motorola doesn’t quit, does it? Just days after the Droid got it’s official Froyo update (which is expected to finish rolling out by August 18th), they throw us another bone.
So apparently Adobe is showing off a prototype Android tablet of some kind at the Web 2.0 Expo. Said tablet happens to play Adobe AIR applications and Adobe flash videos
Androidpolice.com is reporting that with the recent huge push from Adobe, application and game developers are having a breeze of a time porting over their Air and Flash apps to
Here we go again. The on-again-off-again rumors of whether Flash is coming to Android took a turn for the good today. Adobe’s CEO Shantanu Narayen was on FOX Business speaking