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.
In a recent Microsoft blog entry, the manager for Internet Explorer 9 agreed with Apple that HTML5 is the future.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs has written an open letter outlining why Apple won't let Flash on the iPhone or iPad, characterizing it as closed technology "for PCs and mice."
Adobe says it's not going to put any more time or money into the Flash-to-iPhone capability it built into Flash CS5.
After being shut out of Apple’s mobile products, Adobe -maker of Flash - is considering fighting back in court.
Adobe has officially announced Creative Suite 5: over a dozen products, four online services, and a new Web design app...and prices ranging up to $2,599.
Changes to Apple's Phone Developer Program License Agreement are bad news for Adobe.
Double the battery life and 802.11n Wi-Fi could give Apple's iPad a leg up on it the upcoming HP Slate, according to a leaked spec sheet.
Upcoming versions of Chrome will come with Adobe Flash built right in, as Google attempts to solve the plug-in problem.
With all the hype surrounding the Apple iPad, HP wants people to know its forthcoming Slate runs all of Windows 7...and that includes Flash.
Steve Jobs claims that flash would drain the power on the iPad from 10 hours to a measly 1.5 hours of use.
Steve Jobs finally offers up some explanations for the iPad’s lack of Flash, but his excuses just don’t add up.
Of all the high-end capabilities Apple’s iPad will deliver, its inability to play simple Web-based Flash movies and games could be the stumbling block that sends users diving for another device.
YouTube has unveiled an experimental video player built using HTML 5' video and audio tools—does this mean Flash's days are numbered?
Hardware accelerated Flash is incoming for the hot Nexus One Google phone.