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NBC Says "No" to iPad, Wants People to Pay

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NBC isn't hopping on the iPad bandwagon, according to recent reports. The media giant known for popular shows like "The Office" and "30 Rock" reportedly told Apple it won't be making any of its online shows iPad-compatible anytime soon. And they're not alone. Sources cited by The New York Post's...
NBC Says "No" to iPad, Wants People to Pay

Flash Now Importable to HMTL5 Canvas

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Adobe will soon introduce its Creative Suite 5 to the public. A tool in the new suite will allow for easy import of Flash animations into HTML5 Canvas code. Once IE8 launches, all major browsers will support Canvas. At that point, any Flash creation can be viewable by just about...
Flash Now Importable to HMTL5 Canvas

The UK's Channel 4 gives its catch-up TV service 4oD a native Android app

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Channel 4 has finally launched a native Android app for its catch-up TV service 4oD, almost a year-and-a-half after it landed on iPhone for the first time, having previously been available for iPad. As with the iOS incarnation, you can browse content on the Android version over your mobile network...
The UK's Channel 4 gives its catch-up TV service 4oD a native Android app

Internal Flash plugin integration hits Google Chrome

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Filed under: Google, Browsers What started off as musings about the possible arrival of internal plug-ins in Google Chrome has already come to fruition. Both Adobe and Google have officially announced that the non-NPAPI plug-in version of Flash is ready for us to test in the latest developer channel build...
Internal Flash plugin integration hits Google Chrome
NSA Director blames China for a 'great deal' of military-related data theft
Flash for Android dies tomorrow, long live the 'full web experience'

Share Your Phone Photos: #morningwsj

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Is the iPhone’s camera the only camera you need? WSJ’s Off Duty section investigated that question in a recent story, and now The Wall Street Journal would like to see your phone photos. We asked readers to send in photos about how they start their morning routines. From a pilot’s...
Share Your Phone Photos: #morningwsj

Is Brightcove the Next Flash?

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It was just a few years ago that Adobe’s Flash revolutionized video publishing by enabling media companies to reach a vast number of consumers with a plugin that ensured a consistent rich media experience across multiple operating systems and browsers. Now, Brightcove might be at the forefront of the next...
Is Brightcove the Next Flash?

Chrome For Windows Gets A Stronger Flash Sandbox, Promises 20% Fewer Flash Crashes

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Flash doesn’t get a lot of love these days, but it’s still ubiquitous on the web. To make displaying Flash content safer for its users, Google just announced that it is now putting the Flash Player plug-in it ships with Chrome for Windows (including the aging Windows XP) inside a...
Chrome For Windows Gets A Stronger Flash Sandbox, Promises 20% Fewer Flash Crashes
Ubuntu Linux Dresses Up For Biz Desktops

GTVHacker tool brings Sony Google TVs root access, full Flash streaming

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Early Google TV adopters looking for root access can get it easily on their Sony units, thanks to the just released GTVHacker Sony Recovery Downgrader & Rebooter. Unlike brute force hacks we've seen so far for the Revue, this is an all-software method that requires (only) four 512MB or larger...
GTVHacker tool brings Sony Google TVs root access, full Flash streaming

Keeping Browsers Safer: Adobe Puts Flash for Firefox in a Sandbox

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Love it or hate it, but Adobe's Flash plugin is likely one of the world's most widely distributed pieces of software. Give it's popularity, it doesn't come as a surprise that Flash is also popular with hackers, who do their best to exploit flaws in it. Chrome and Internet Explorer...
Keeping Browsers Safer: Adobe Puts Flash for Firefox in a Sandbox

BBC blocks open source software from iPlayer video service

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The BBC has enabled SWF Verification for its iPlayer streaming video service. This content protection mechanism has locked out users who consume the iPlayer video content with open source software. Adobe has publicly documented the Real-Time Messaging Protocol (RTMP) that is used by Flash for streaming video, but the...
BBC blocks open source software from iPlayer video service

Boot up: Flash's mobile death, iPad mini figured, Windows 8 benchmarked and more

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Plus the truth about the 'people prefer keyboards' story, China's group buy sites go away, the problem with Acer and moreA quick burst of 8 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamFlash for Android dies today, long live the 'full web experience' >> The VergeIn...
Boot up: Flash's mobile death, iPad mini figured, Windows 8 benchmarked and more

Adobe confirms: no Flash for Chrome on Android

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Google issued a beta release of Chrome for Android earlier today. The browser provides support for modern Web standards and includes a number of compelling features that aren't available in the Android's default browser. One noteworthy Chrome desktop feature that isn't included in the mobile port, however, is the...
Adobe confirms: no Flash for Chrome on Android
Mac Flashback trojan hacker identified, researcher says FBI will likely investigate

Safari 5.1.7 disables older Flash plugins for increased security

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Immediately following the release of OS X Lion 10.7.4 on Wednesday afternoon, which included Safari 5.1.6, Apple released a separate update to Safari 5.1.7. The update, available for both Lion and Snow Leopard, will disable any out-of-date Flash plugin that is currently installed, "to help keep your Mac secure." Adobe's...
Safari 5.1.7 disables older Flash plugins for increased security
Google brings more secure, sandboxed Flash plugin to Chrome for Mac

iPad Peek: See How Your Website Looks on the iPad

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The iPad is finally available, and it’s already residing in the hands of some 700,000 people who bought it. In a couple of months, the iPad user base will become big enough for web developers to start paying attention to how their website looks on the iPad.iPad Peek is...
iPad Peek: See How Your Website Looks on the iPad

Internet Explorer 10's bundled Flash leaves users exploitable

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Early users of Windows 8's built-in Internet Explorer may find themselves at risk of exploitation via the Flash plugin, as the version included with Windows 8 is out of date. Adobe patched Flash on August 21 to resolve known security flaws, but the patch can't be applied to Internet Explorer...
Internet Explorer 10's bundled Flash leaves users exploitable
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