Adobe may be discontinuing its standalone Flash Player for Linux, but Gnash and Lightspark both offer an open source solution.
OnLive Desktop Plus gives users access to a virtual Windows 7 desktop on their iPad, and it comes with 2GB of cloud storage.
Adobe's standalone Flash Player for Linux will be discontinued after version 1.2 later this year, the company has announced.
These enhancements include exotic skins, clever devices for transferring files, great ways to game with your phone or tablet, and more.
While users and experts typically point to processor chips and wireless network connectivity as the culprit of poor smartphone performance, researchers say storage is more of an issue.
Google missed the Flash boat, after Adobe announced it is abandoning development of Flash for mobile browsers.
Don't count it out yet; one of the most popular sites on the web uses Flash in a big way.
Adobe next plans to tackle Microsoft's Internet Explorer in its ongoing work to "sandbox" its popular Flash Player within browsers.
Some security professionals suggest a radical approach to locking down USB flash drives, but there are other, less drastic options as well.
Software on these small SSD drives from Corsair intelligently store the files you access the most, which should speed your PC significantly.