Google today jumped the gun by updating its Chrome browser with a new version of Flash Player that Adobe won't release until later today.
These eight cutting-edge hard drives, flash drives, and cards can hold multi-gigabytes of data and yet still slip in a shirt pocket.
Intel and Micron have raised the bar for flash memory with a 20nm process delivering more memory in less space, while also reducing costs.
Adobe argues that it's no big deal, adding that Flex, Flash Builder improve Flash inside of iOS apps -- without calling on Flash Player.
Less than a month after Adobe patched the previous zero-day flaw, Flash is being exploited by a virtually identical zero-day exploit.
Adobe today announced software to develop, test and deploy mobile applications on devices running Android, BlackBerry and Apple's iOS.
Don't write Adobe's obituary just yet. Creative Suite 5.5 does an admirable job of straddling the line between traditional Adobe tools and emerging Web and mobile platforms.