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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.
Apple's buyout of Israel-based solid-state drive (SSD) manufacturer Anobit Technologies will give the company a significant technological boost in the mobile market, and the deal could yield huge cost savings.
As Flash gives way to open technologies, Adobe is retooling to support the new reality for developers.
Galaxy Nexus owners will get Flash Player update, which may be the last version of the plug-in for Android devices.
Two newly discovered vulnerabilities in Adobe's Flash Player can be exploited to execute arbitrary code remotely.
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