RIP Flash on mobile devices – Apple finally wins the flash battle

Adobe has confirmed the death of Flash on mobile devices. Seen as a win for Apple, it was the first to refuse to include Flash in it’s mobile device. Other mobile platforms like Android and Blackberry devices had struggled to include Flash in their mobile operating system. Known for being resource-intensive, it was not an…

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RIP Flash – Windows 8 dumped it too

It now is loud and clear – the days of Adobe Flash are over. Apple’s detest of this popular Adobe product has extended to its rival, Microsoft, that has removed support for Flash in the browser of it’s upcoming operating system, Windows 8. Flash, the most widely used browser plug-in of 2000s has started to…

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Top 5 presentation software (Q&A Friday)

Question: My job requires to give a lot of presentations. Can you suggest the presentation software for better presentation? Answer: Presentation is a skill you need to grow yourself. Computer software are only tools to help you in expressing your skills. A skillful person can use an unknown software to create stunning presentation, while the…

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Adobe distributing free Android phones to its employees

Adobe is planning to demonstrate a version of Flash for Google’s Android software in May at the Google I/O conference, in response to Steve Jobs’ criticism of Flash in an open letter. Adobe also plans to give its employees mobile phones powered by Google’s Android mobile operating system, and running a new mobile version of…

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Open letter to Steve Jobs – Flash is good enough

Let me be clear first: I am not a Flash fan. I don’t need it as long as I can watch YouTube and Facebook videos. That doesn’t mean I buy the Steve Jobs’ version of Flash detest. Let me explain, why I think existence of Flash is good for consumers: Flash is a person’s choice….

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Steve Jobs explains why there is no Flash on iPhones, iPods and iPads

Steve Jobs has posted an open letter on Flash to explain why Apple has decided not to support it on its mobile devices, the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. “Adobe’s Flash products are 100% proprietary,” Jobs says, “While Adobe’s Flash products are widely available, this does not mean they are open, since they are controlled…

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