Sandboxed Adobe Flash Player in Mavericks should increase security in Safari

Adobe says that by sandboxing Adobe Flash Player in Mac OS X Mavericks, security should be boosted significantly when using Safari to browse the web.

New, improved Binding Of Isaac coming to home consoles

Flash gaming hit The Binding of Isaac is coming to home consoles in improved form, featuring new graphics, new gameplay and a new, if familiar 16-bit aesthetic.

Opinion: Tablets are changing the tech you use, whether you own one or not

The rise of the tablet has heralded changes big and small across the tech ecosystem, from a booming market for cloud storage to the fall of Flash.
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Adobe Flash for Android: Gone with barely a whimper

Adobe Flash used to be what brought "the full Web" to mobile devices. Now, Adobe Flash for Android is gone...and the full Web is still here.

Report: Apple concludes Anobit acquisition for $500 million

Reuters reports Apple is buying Israeli flash technology maker Anobit for $500 million...and opening an R&D center in Israel.
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Adobe releases final mobile Flash update, includes Ice Cream Sandwich support

While the mobile version of Flash has slowly depreciated in value with the rise of HTML5-capable browsers, Adobe still wanted to push out a final update to Flash Player for Android devices.
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Google: Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich doesn’t support Flash (yet)

Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, the newest version of Google's mobile operating system, does not support Adobe Flash — for now, at least.

‘Occupy Flash’: Developers move to end Adobe Flash dominance

The new 'Occupy Flash' movement seeks to end the use of Adobe Flash Player once and for all.
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Adobe delivers a blow to Google TV by pulling Flash [UPDATE: Adobe responds]

Smartphones and tablets are the only devices affected by Adobe's decision to cut Flash for mobile: It includes connected TVs as well.

Adobe abandoned mobile flash, but who killed it?

Adobe is abandoning Flash development for mobile devices, opting instead to focus on HTML5 authoring tools. But what really killed Flash for mobile: Apple's iOS...or Microsoft?

Adobe kills Flash for mobile

Adobe Flash for mobile devices will no longer be developed by the company. Is Flash destined to die on the PC, too?

Adobe promises fix for webcam-spying Flash bug

Some technology flaws don’t go away—they just get a Band-Aid applied to them that eventually falls off. Adobe says it is working on a fix to an Adobe Flash vulnerability that enables attackers to trick Flash users into turning…