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Occupy Flash wants end to Adobe Flash on desktops too

11/21, 3:25am

Occupy Flash movement calls for end to Flash

Occupy Flash, a group dedicated to seeing the end of the Flash platform, has called on all PC users to uninstall the Flash Player plugin from their desktop browsers. The group calls themselves “The movement to rid the world of the Flash Player plugin.” As far as the group is concerned, the death of mobile Flash is not enough, and it wants to see the end of all Flash development.

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Adobe may have dropped Flash for mobile browsers

11/09, 3:50am

Adobe said to have axed mobile Flash development

Adobe may have dropped Flash for mobile browsers according to ZDNet. A leaked transcript from a company email to Adobe's partners says that it will no longer develop its mobile Flash Player, and that it will switch its emphasis from Flash on mobile devices to its AIR platform. One of the key marketing pitches adopted by Android device vendors is that Android offers an advantage of Apple’s iOS as its browser supports Adobe’s mobile version of its Flash Player plug-in.

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Adobe, Google fight over scope of Flash bug fixes

08/10, 2:20pm

Google engineer claims number of fixes understated

On Tuesday, Adobe released a security update for its Flash plugin. The company claimed the release addressed 13 critical problems. A Google security engineer, Tavis Ormandy, has tweeted that Adobe understated the scope of the patch and the number of security-related bugs was closer to 400.

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Adobe issues another critical Flash security update

06/15, 9:45pm

Issue affects desktop platforms, Android

Adobe has again issued a security update for a critical issue affecting Adobe Flash Player 10.3 and earlier versions for Macintosh, Windows, Linux, Solaris and Android, just over a week since the previous update. A new memory corruption vulnerability (marked by the company as CVE-2011-2110) can cause a crash and potentially allow an attacker to take control of the affected system, with reports that the problem has been spotted in the wild.

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Qualcomm to offer Flash on cheap smartphones, HD on high-end

06/01, 10:30am

Develops "hardware-optimized" Flash Player

Qualcomm announced that its newest processors will enable Flash playback in web-enabled mobile devices. The company claims its 800MHz MSM7x27 mobile processor will be the first to enable Flash Player for the mass market segment of smartphones and tablets. Mid-tier and high-end devices with Qualcomm's Snapdragon MSM8x55 mobile CPU, such as Windows Phone 7.1 (Mango), will be capable of what the company calls "HD-quality" video. Qualcomm worked closely with Adobe to customize Flash Player for its hardware.

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