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Adobe also made Primetime DRM available on apps without a Flash Player plugin, representing a shift away from its Flash-player approach in favor of using emerging HTML5 extensions that support video embedded directly into Web pages.
The PC maker asserted that its new all flash storage options cost less than comparable hard disk drive alternatives on the market.
The Nytro family of PCIe-linked flash products aims to boost performance of latency-dependent applications across large and small enterprises, and is likely to show up in storage from IBM, EMC and other major providers
SlideShare CTO Jonathan Boutelle said developing apps on multiple platforms split his developer resources. The fix was HTML5.
The new version of Adobe's Flash Player comes with a new architecture for hardware-accelerated 3D graphics, while AIR 3 will make it possible to install AIR apps without pre-installing the runtime
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The software firm says developers can now easily publish their Flash and AIR apps to multiple platforms without the need for Adobe's centralised publication and distribution tools
One complaint I've heard quite a few times about Google's Chromebook is that it won't be attractive to consumers (as opposed to enterprise) because it'll mean people are back to Flash-based games rather than the 'games as apps' model that Apple has created. Not true, and to back up my point, here's exhibit A.
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The next time you want to install your favorite browser, update iTunes, get the latest security release for Flash, or set up any of 80 free Windows apps, do yourself a favor. Skip the vendor’s site and go straight to Ninite.com instead. Here's why
In something of a confusing announcement, RIM says that the newest version of its BlackBerry OS won't feature support for Flash and Android apps - functionality that the company bills as pivotal to its PlayBook tablet.
Can 3bpc flash - with only 1,000 read/write cycles - ever be safe for serious enterprise apps? Of course it can. In fact, the enterprise already uses lower duty cycle media today. It's how you use it that matters.
Do Apple's new App Store review guidelines inadvertently confirm some of the worst suspicions developers have about the company's review process? And is Apple CEO Steve Jobs, who famously wrote Thoughts on Music and Thoughts on Flash, now giving us Thoughts on Fart Apps?
On Wednesday I published my list of six apps worth jailbreaking your iPhone for -- and here's another. Flash (capital "F") is now available for iOS devices, but you'll have to jailbreak first.
Will Apple take down apps that were previously built with Adobe's Packager for iPhone?
Following Apple's revision to its iPhone 4.0 OS license agreement, Adobe will no longer look to bring its Flash apps to Apple's iPhones, says exec.
Apple won't let Flash apps in but Google will. Could this be the shot in the arm that the Android Market needs?
Adobe's Mike Chambers, principal product manager for the Flash platform, said the company will halt future development on plans to bring Flash apps to Apple's iPhones.
Rebranded CrunchPad tablet's ability to provide richer surfing experience and support for Flash apps will be differentiator against Apple device, says founder.
Adobe announced today that Flash developers will be able to create applications that run natively on the iPhone, but the ability to have Flash plugged into Safari remains missing.
Flash Magazine reports Adobe Systems' Senior Director of Engineering Paul Betlem confirmed that Adobe is developing a Flash Player for the iPhone at the Flash On The Beach (FOTB) conference in Brighton, UK. The only problem is that Apple controls which apps get approved for distribution in the App Store and Flash, unfortunately, isn't going to be one of them.
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