Honeycomb is the first version of Android designed for tablets and is eagerly anticipated. Motorola's Xoom tablet will launch on Thursday with Honeycomb but initial versions won't come with Flash support.
Mobile Flash is still a work in progress.
Consumer interest in tablets is behind a surge in NAND flash memory use that is expected to increase almost five-fold this year alone
Adobe issued patches for 42 vulnerabilities, many rated critical, in its popular Reader and Flash products.
Want to play flash games on your Android phone? GameStop's Kongregate will let you do that.
Adobe will build in Control Panel access to Flash Player security settings, and Firefox and Chrome will have similar levels of control. But is it too little, too late?
Will Google's choice to drop support for the H.264 video codec extend the life of Adobe Flash?
Expect parity in pricing with USB 2.0 and for USB 3.0 everywhere in 2011.