Adobe to End New Installs of Flash on Android as of August 15

Adobe to End New Installs of Flash on Android as of August 15

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New Last November, Adobe announced that it was ending development of Flash Player for mobile platforms, opting not to optimize the plug-in for new browser, operating system, and device configurations. Adobe's announcement came roughly a year and a half after Steve Jobs penned his "Thoughts on Flash" open letter outlining why...
Adobe to End New Installs of Flash on Android as of August 15
                                       

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The best iPad apps of 2012 so far

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New We’ve told you what the best Mac apps and Android apps launched in 2012 are. At the end of last year, we even provided you with a handy list of which apps to install on your new iPad, and recently which apps should be in your iPhoneography ‘camera bag’. Basically,...
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Brian Blair, an analyst at Wedge Partners, told Bloomberg West in an interview Thursday that RIM's decision to push back the release of the Blackberry 10 operating system won't do much to help the company. As he sees it, there is no chance RIM can develop a new OS by...
'It's Impossible For RIM To Come Out With Something Competitive In Early 2013' (RIMM)

Chrome on iOS is sluggish, but at least it syncs

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During day two of the Google I/O conference the company moved away from the topics of Google Glass and Android to talk about its Chrome web browser and related web technologies. The Chrome web browser stole the show with the announcement that an iOS version would be available for the iPhone...
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Instagram adds Photo Page to web: new colors, user comments, not much else

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Instagram adds Photo Page to web: new colors, user comments, not much else

Google Nexus 7 and Microsoft Surface: flaming arrows in the desert air

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For developers and device manufacturers, life's like living in a desert at night: you need to find a campfire where you'll get some sustenance. Will they find them in the promised offerings from Microsoft and Google?If you want to imagine what life is like for app developers and ODMs (original...
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Adobe Gives Up On Flash For Android (Which Means It Gives Up On Flash For Mobile) (ADBE, GOOG)

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Adobe says it will not develop Flash for the newest version of Android. This all but ends Flash on smartphones, notes Chris Ziegler at The Verge. When the iPad came out, Steve Jobs famously trashed Flash for mobile. Afterwards Apple's rivals used Flash as a selling point for their phones...
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Sundar Pichai: Chrome 'exceptionally profitable' for Google

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Search-ad revenue driven by Google's browser helps the bottom line, the chief of Google's browser and online apps business says. With Chrome now on Android and iOS, he's expecting even more money. [Read more]...
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