This Western-themed roguelike has style to spare, but falls short on ideas.
MSI and EK team up to cool the CPU and power delivery on its MPG Z490 Carbon board
What's the best way to evaluate a game about dismantling spaceships? Break it down.
Yes, another one.
FutureSplash to retire in 2020.
No explanation for the delay, though.
Still no sign of the rest of its fixes.
Pushing users to HTML5.
Outlines roadmap to HTML5 by Default.
Only central content to play by default.
Goes click-to-play from today.
Only half-way there at the moment.
Facebook chief calls for EOL.
Sudden volte-face on CV whitelist system.
Yet another hole in the rich-media player.
If you value the security of your system, update now.
Adobe has killed off its 64-bit Flash Player for Linux, but claims the project is still ongoing.
Adobe Flash Player 10.1 has gone gold and is available for download immediately.
Adobe has released a preview version of a native 64-bit Flash Player binary for Linux, allowing users on 64-bit systems to use completely native binaries when browsing the web.
In a simultaneous launch with its content creation Creative Suite 4 package, Adobe has released the latest Flash build - and there's some snazzy new features.
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