In a new patent, Google has released their idea for a device (or devices) with multiple camera LED flashes.This leads us to the possible conclusion that, perhaps, a new Nexus or Motorola phone may be in the works with this new feature. For those wondering …
We Android users have had the advantage of using flash on our devices for a very long time. However, Adobe has come out and announced two things. First off, they will not be supporting Flash on any Jelly Bean devices, which brings us to the …
We can cross off another perceived flaw of the Galaxy Nexus. Many were worried that Flash wouldn’t make it onto the Galaxy Nexus but we now have confirmation that it will indeed find its way, and we won’t even have to wait long, as it’s …
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 the other side of the fence about how Flash was going to die and it …
Another round of ammunition has been added to all Apple fan boy’s arsenals with this new security warning for flash 10.3. The vulnerability affects all desktop versions as well as the mobile version for Android, it targets the user by sending a malicious link via email. Adobe …
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 Froyo (2.2), Gingerbread (2.3), or Honeycomb (3.0/3.1), you are advised to update your Flash app. …
It looks like NOOK Color users will soon have less of an incentive to root their devices. Come April, the NOOK is about to change in a pretty significant way. In addition to adding Adobe Flash support, there will be an official Barnes & Noble …
Flash game arcade Kongregate has updated their Android app with an improved user interface as well as support for Android 3.0 Honeycomb. I must admit, playing addictive Flash games on a tablet sounds like something I could easily lose hours doing. Now, of course, all …
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.
Adobe stated in a recent press release that the Adobe Reader and Adobe Acrobat have a major vulnerability that can be actively exploited by hackers. “This vulnerability could cause a crash and potentially allow an attacker to take control of the affected system,2 said Adobe …
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 than 1 million times since it landed in the Android Market. That’s not so say …
Is Flash for Android 2.2 Froyo set up in a way in which silent mode doesn’t affect the plugin? According to one of our readers, Simon, setting the phone on silent doesn’t matter when it comes to browsing websites with Flash-enabled features. Here’s the email …
No longer a beta project, Adobe has officially announced the availability of the Flash Player 10.1 today. This means that developers and partners are now hard at work to bring us “rich applications and content inside the browser including games, animations, rich Internet applications (RIAs), …
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