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Computing

What we know about Google’s Cr-48 Chrome OS notebook so far

Google's long-rumored Cr-48 notebook has reached a handful of testers, and they're spilling the goods on the first Chrome OS hardware. We round up first impressions from around the Web.
Apple

Apple releases Mac OS X 10.6.5, Security Update

Apple's Mac OS X 10.6.5 includes feature enhancements, omits AirPrint, and fixes many security holes...about half of which are in Adobe Flash.
Android Army

Samsung possibly releasing a 10-inch Galaxy Tab

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.
Mobile

Skyfire briefly brings Flash video to iPhones and then ‘sells out’

Skyfire's browser lasts only five hours in the App Store before vanishing.
Computing

Apple omits Flash from new MacBook Airs, deprecates Java

If folks buying new MacBook Airs want to use Adobe Flash on their machines, they'll need to install it themselves.
Android Army

Adobe AIR for Android now available

Good news for AIR developers, Adobe has announced the AIR is available for Android.
Apple

Microsoft looking to buy Adobe?

News of a "secret" meeting between Adobe and Microsoft have buy-out rumors flying...but most agree it's far-fetched.
Computing

Adobe previews Square, a 64-bit Flash plugin

Finally! Adobe offers 64-bit Flash as a beta plugin.
Computing

Adobe Flash under fire with another zero-day exploit

Adobe can’t catch a break. First Reader, now Flash, is under attack.
Apple

Adobe resurrects Flash tool after Apple about-face

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.
Android Army

Run Flash on the iPhone with Frash

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.
Mobile

Adobe: Flash Player 10.1 for Mobile is Ready

Adobe says Flash Player 10.1 for mobile devices is ready for Android, BlackBerries, and webOS...but not iOS 4.