Adobe announced at Mobile World Conference in Barcelona today that source code for Adobe Flash 10.2 has been released to tier one developers and should make it's way to Android smartphones and tablets within the next few weeks.
Advent has announced pdf link that the version of Flash Player 10.1 shipped on their Vega tablet has not, in fact, passed Adobe's certification testing, and that effective immediately new Vega units will ship without the app
Flash Player 10.1 for Android has just been updated. While we do not know exactly what the update includes we can hope that it addresses some general stability and performance issues we have all seen with the mobile player.
Adobe AIR is following suit of Flash 10.1 and is getting ready for Gingerbread. After the update to Adobe AIR you will be "Gingerbread-ready." This is yet another step closer we are to seeing Android 2.3 launch, now all we need
Flash for Android is usually updated to fix some bugs or patch some security holes. In fact, that's exactly what we are expecting on November 9th- with a fix to the exploit found late last month. However, that's not all that
We all know Adobe’s flash is not perfect. Being an extremely mainstream and popular platform it’s always the target of the latest exploit. They are usually quick with their updates but still in the downtime many get infected.
Adobe has pushed out a new version of AIR, v2.5, their cross-platform application framework, with manufacturers including Acer, HTC, Motorola and Samsung expected to ship the runtime pre-installed on a variety of devices
In preparation for the Adobe Max conference that starts today and ends Wednesday, Adobe released the Max Companion app. The Adobe Mac conference provides an opportunity for all designers, developers and business leaders to come
One of the big things that Android users have that user's on the iPhone lacks is support for Adobe Flash. Adobe has announced that so far Flash player 10.1 has been downloaded on Android over a million times. Despite heavy
With Adobe AIR just being released we are now getting word on just how easy it is to push to the Android Market. How easy? Well, it took Adobe's Lee Brimelow just over 6 minutes to get a simple test app on the Market. This is