I don’t hate Flash like Steve Jobs, but it does slow the browsing experience at times and can get annoying. There are several extensions and tools which allow you to block Flash in browsers like Google Chrome and Firefox but most of the times Flash blocking extensions are heavy on memory usage and can slow down the browser. This is why I prefer to use a lightweight and versatile extension called FlashBlock for Google Chrome, which does the job very well without using up lot of memory.

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Nokia readying PR1.2 for N9 owners. Beta flasher for N950 developers going live soon.

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Adobe has updated the Flash plugin for Android for the last time to add support for Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. From now on, the company won’t be adding any new features or improving the performance of the plugin, and will only release updates which patch some important security vulnerability.

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Adobe Flash for mobile is officially dead. Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich doesn’t support it, and neither do iOS or Windows Phone. Adobe has ceased future development on it anyway.

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Adobe announced that the company has finally decided to bid adieu to its once-upon-a-time popular tool – Flash for mobile platforms. The news came in as “good news” for Apple, since the tool falls short in the area where the mobile era is bound to – Less battery usage, touch interface and open web standards. Adobe’s chief of developer relations Mike Chambers explains us clearly why Adobe decided to end Flash for mobile platforms

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Adobe will continue providing security updates to Flash on Android, for source code licensees. However, it will not develop Flash for mobile anymore.

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NoScript comes to Firefox Mobile as NoScript Anywhere, works on Android and Maemo platforms.

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Adobe Flash Player 11 + Adobe AIR 3

Adobe Systems has announced Flash Player 11 and Adobe AIR 3 software to enable the next generation of immersive application experiences across devices and platforms. Flash Player 11 and AIR 3 allow game publishers to instantly deliver console-quality 2D and 3D games over the Internet to anyone with a PC, tablet, smartphone or connected TV.

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GIRP

GIRP is an incredibly addictive but amazingly tough flash game. GIRP comes from the maker of QWOP and is a loose spiritual successor to it. Read this post to find out what GIRP is all about!

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Motorola Xoom

The Motorola Xoom, the first Android tablet with Android 3.0 Honeycomb will be releasing on February 24. However, it won’t ship with Flash support, which will come later in Spring 2011.

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Adobe Flash

Flash 10.2 adds hardware acceleration support through Stage Video and also supports full screen videos on dual monitors.

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YouTube has switched to iframe embed tags for video embeds. The iframe tags will allow YouTube to switch between HTML5 and Flash videos depending on the browser.

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RIM Releases Another Blackberry Playbook Video Showcasing Flash and HTML 5 Capabilities

RIM has released yet another video of the Blackberry Playbook which shows off the Flash and HTML5 video capabilities of its web browser. The Playbook browser is quite fast and responsive.

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Adobe has released a new Flash 10.2 beta for Windows, Mac and Linux which introduces a number of enhancements and new APIs. Flash 10.2 beta also support Internet Explorer 9 hardware acceleration.

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After many previous failed attempts at making Android handsets, Acer is back with another handset – the Liquid Metal. The Acer Liquid Metal sports a 3.6-inch curved touchscreen with a resolution of 800×480.

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