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Adobe has launched a preview of an HTML5-based alternative to Flash.
Adobe has unveiled a demo product based on Air for Android which duplicates Apple's FaceTime.
Adobe has killed off its 64-bit Flash Player for Linux, but claims the project is still ongoing.
Adobe has issued a warning regarding an as-yet unpatched vulnerability in its Acrobat and Flash software.
Apple has launched a site demonstrating the power of HTML 5 - via its Safari browser, naturally.
The BBC has launched a beta of its iPlayer service with new social networking functionality.
Document sharing site Scribd is ditching Flash in favour of HTML 5.
Asus is planning to take on Apple with a fuller featured Tablet that can do Flash.
A pair of flaws in Adobe Flash Player and Adobe Reader are being exploited by ne'er-do-wells to drop a Trojan horse onto Windows boxes.
Adobe has released the source code for two of its Flash-based frameworks - the Open Source Media Framework and the Text Layer Framework - via the Mozilla Public Licence.
Adobe has announced a 64-bit build of its Air Internet application platform - although it's currently in a closed alpha and only supports the Linux operating system.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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