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Source: Adobe to stop developing Flash Player for mobile, focuses on AIR

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Adobe appears to call the white flag on its mobile strategy. Unnamed sources are claiming that Adobe will announce soon that it will stop development in porting over the Flash Player on mobile devices and will focus on AIR. According to ZDNet, their source said: “Our future work with Flash on mobile devices will be focused on enabling Flash developers to package native apps with Adobe AIR for all the […]

Dell adds 7-inch tablet to Streak line, adds 4G

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Dell’s press conference also unveiled the Dell Streak 7, its new tablet offering as part of its Streak line. Now running Android 2.2, the tablet will take advantage of US carrier T-Mobile’s 4G network, allowing users to download content at near-broadband speeds. The Streak 7 is, obviously, a 7-inch tablet that also features a NVIDIA Tegra dual-core processor, and the screen is protected with Gorilla Glass. It also features Wi-Fi, […]

BlackBerry PlayBook gets US Release Date and US Carrier

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RIM has just found a home for their new tablet, the PlayBook. At least, in North America. The BlackBerry 4G PlayBook will be having a play-date with Sprint’s networks “this summer.” It’s exclusive to carrier and will be “4G”. At least this means they might be fixing the battery life, or at least getting somewhere. Australian details are yet to be revealed and the device will most likely not be 4G here. For […]

TECHGEEK Podcast 18: Put that in your phone

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John Brumby goes Oprah and starts giving doctors iPads, Facebook tries to kill Gmail with their own email project and your phone will be able to determine if you have a STD instantly. What a freaky little world. Oh, and turns out the Kinect is starting to be a bit creepy (and its not because of Project Milo) when advertising companies are getting images of you performing acts in front […]

BlackBerry 7″ Tablet announced at Developer Conference

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BlackBerry has just announced a 7″ tablet called the PlayBook at their 2010 BlackBerry Developer Conference. Engadget is reporting that the device has 1080p HDMI support, USB ports, 1GHz dual-core processors with symmetric multiprocessing, 1GB of RAM. and can be paired with the BlackBerry Torch.

Google Chrome update includes built-in Flash

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Chrome users will now notice that they should get an update, and it’s a very very big update. Google, along with Adobe, have finally pushed out the in-built Adobe Flash Player in the browser – effectively meaning that you can go straight onto YouTube and play a video without downloading the Google Chrome specific plugin for Adobe Flash, as it will now be in the browser. Updates to Flash will […]

Leaked prototype of new iPhone… found in a bar

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RUMOUR MILL: Is this the next iPhone? You know how we love rumours of the device that seems to have a God-complex to it. Gizmodo today has posted a couple of photos of a prototype that they found in a bar (someone from Apple must be s**ting themselves). What’s new in the device is a new front-facing camera with the camera found in the back, an improved display, using micro SIM and the […]

Who’s not happy about Flash on the iPad? Adobe!

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While reaction is mixed about the iPad – mainly on why do we actually need it and the name of the product – t has a lot of features. However, one of them is not Flash – and that has made Adobe a bit pissed off since they continuously advocating for Flash on iPhone, and it looks like it would be the same for the iPad. The lack of Adobe […]

New Flash player finally brings full support to mobile devices – except the iPhone

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Adobe will announce tomorrow at this year’s MAX conference, Adobe’s worldwide developers conference, that it has secured partnerships with Research in Motion (RIM), Windows Mobile, Palm and Google to roll out full Flash capabilities, similar to what you can see on your desktop, to various products and their respective platforms. The technology will be rolled out to Windows Mobile phones and Palm’s webOS devices later in the year, with public […]

Flash may come to the iPhone soon…

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Adobe has reportedly confirmed to Flash Magazine that Flash is coming to the iPhone. Senior Director of Engineering Perter Betlem has said that it would be coming to the phone, but he said that it would be Apple that would “calls the shots as to when it’ll be available”. "My team is working on Flash on the iPhone, but it’s a closed platform,” he said. In mid-June, Adobe’s CEO has […]

Flash exploits could be a keylogger

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Adobe has issued 3 critical system updates for it’s popular Flash program, with one designed to stop a problem in a way Flash interacts with browsers, which could result in users’ key strokes transmitted to the attacker. Adobe Flash Player versions 9.0.45.0, 8.0.34.0 and 7.0.69.0, and all previous versions running in all operating systems, are affected. According to Secuina, “An input validation error can be exploited to execute arbitrary code […]


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