There's buzz about the possible introduction of a 10-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab. If it turns out to be true, the tablet would be a direct competitor for the 9.7-inch iPad.
Skyfire's browser lasts only five hours in the App Store before vanishing.
If folks buying new MacBook Airs want to use Adobe Flash on their machines, they'll need to install it themselves.
Good news for AIR developers, Adobe has announced the AIR is available for Android.
News of a "secret" meeting between Adobe and Microsoft have buy-out rumors flying...but most agree it's far-fetched.
Finally! Adobe offers 64-bit Flash as a beta plugin.
Adobe can’t catch a break. First Reader, now Flash, is under attack.
Adobe has responded to Apple's new developer rules by resuming work on Packager for iPhone, which allows developers to port applications from Flash to iOS.
The latest release of a new tool for jailbroken iPhones, iPods and iPads makes it possible for them to run Flash, despite Steve Jobs’ vow to keep it off the devices.
Adobe says Flash Player 10.1 for mobile devices is ready for Android, BlackBerries, and webOS...but not iOS 4.
Adobe has a security update to deal with zero-day vulnerabilities in Flash Player...but Acrobat and Adobe Reader have to wait until the end of June.
Hulu will not be coming to iPad anytime soon as NBC Universal and Time Warner both claim that they will not retool their video libraries to accommodate the iPad.
The online TV service Hulu has declared that HTML5 is not ready, so it will stick with Flash. For now.
Adobe has launched an ad campaign chastising Apple for excluding Flash from the iPhone OS...and posted an open letter from its founders.
A recent change in Apple’s license banned all third-party development tools, including Adobe’s Flash. Now it appears that Adobe may have a hand in the antitrust inquiry that is about to begin.