Where is Flash for BlackBerry?

Adobe Flash player support was promised to be released on BlackBerrys this summer. Last time I checked, summer is pretty much over and Flash still has not made an appearance on Research In Motion’s (RIM) smartphone. Even the Android OS version of Flash is... well let’s be blunt here. It sucks. Pretty hard. Should BlackBerry ...

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iOS Finally Getting Flash Support with Skyfire?

While the Apple iOS crowd is probably unfamiliar with the Android OS browser ‘SkyFire,’ they should take notice. An iOS version of Skyfire 2.0 is going to be submitted to the iTunes App Store and is capable of playing streaming Flash videos. Sure, Apple can be somewhat of a prick when it comes to its ...

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Android 2.2 users can get full Flash now

If you have been eagerly awaiting your Froyo update to you Android powered device then you are most likely aware that within the Froyo update comes some goodies known as full Flash. What you may have missed is that the Flash Player 10.1 that installs onto your now Froyo capable device is indeed in beta. A ...

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Vimeo and Yahoo! Say Yes to HTML5

Both Vimeo and Yahoo! have bitten the bullet and rolled out HTML5 support. So what does this mean? It means that they want iPhones, iPads and iPod touch users to be able to use their stuff. While Yahoo! has had HTML5 support for it’s email system for the iPhone for a little bit now, its ...

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Probe into Apple’s Lack of Flash Support Deepens

The European Union has joined the FTC in its ongoing investigation regarding Apple’s decision to not support Adobe Flash on its iOS-powered devices. Apple’s stance has been codified in the form of a strongly worded, open letter from Apple’s CEO Steve Jobs earlier this year and it looks like unless some regulatory action is taken, ...

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Flash on iPhone: Frash Jailbreak is Here

The entire Apple iOS-powered product line of iPhones, iPod touches and iPads are not going to get an official release of Adobe Flash anytime in the foreseeable future, but all hope is not lost. Thanks to Frash—a background app for jailbroken iOS devices—Flash can finally run on Apple’s hardware. Of course, Frash is still very ...

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Flash 10.1 for Your BlackBerry

Well Adobe finally got around to releasing Flash 10.1 for mobile devices and is promising that the new Flash 10.1 mobile is fully optimized for mobile devices and their hardware limitations. However, the news is not all good. It’s those pesky Android OS users that will be able to use Flash Player first if they ...

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