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Adobe adds HTML5 support to Primetime DRM

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.

September 8, 2014 by

Why Flash and HTML5 need each other

It's been almost two years since pundits pronounced that Flash was dead but the fragmented browser and device market signals a future for both technologies in web development.

June 12, 2013

Flash: Back from the dead again?

Microsoft changes its IE Flash policies, there are ructions in HTML5, and Adobe is readying a new release of its Flash development tools. Is it time for the return of the plug-in?

April 5, 2013 by

BBC switches to HTML5 for mobile News video

The BBC has switched from Flash to HTML5 for streaming video on its mobile news site, according to reports.The move, reported by Electronista on Tuesday, means the mobile BBC News site can run video on iOS as well as Android smartphones and tablets.

December 22, 2011 by

Adobe moves away from Flash for mobiles

Adobe will focus its mobile developments on HTML5 rather than Flash in the future, as the open standard-based media technology is more widely supported across a range of mobile devices

November 9, 2011 by

Sony warehouse razed in London riots

A major Sony warehouse responsible for distributing optical discs, such as Blu-rays, DVDs, games, music and films has been destroyed by rioters in London.The warehouse was based in Enfield, one of the flash points of the London riots, was set alight in the late hours of Monday night, Sony confirmed.

August 9, 2011 by

Web 2.0 Summit: Adobe CEO talks Apple, Flash, HTML5

For Adobe, life has moved on after the infamous Steve Jobs manifesto - even if some of the media outlets haven’t let it go. Of course, it became a point of conversation at this morning’s Web 2.0 Summit chat with Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen.

November 16, 2010 by

Skyfire for iPhone - It came, it didn't work, it evaporated

Yesterday Skyfire, the browser that bought Flash video to the iPhone, made an early appearance in the Apple iTunes App Store. I paid my $2.99 and downloaded the app which promised to take Flash video and transcodes it into HTML5-compatible H.264 format, but due to overwhelming demand, I never got it to work.

November 3, 2010

Google brings good tidings to Adobe Flash fans

Google’s YouTube got a huge amount of publicity when it announced support for playing videos via HTML as an alternative to using the Adobe Flash video player. But relatively little publicity followed its announcement last week that, actually, HTML5 was still deficient, and that it couldn’t offer benefits comparable to Adobe Flash.

July 4, 2010 by

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