Adobe will put Flash Player 10.1 on every major smart phone platform, including Windows Phone 7, BlackBerry and Symbian, leaving Apple alone and sticking two fingers up.
Android 2.2 comes to the Motorola Droid X, and with it, so does Adobe Flash Player 10.1. We give the pros, the cons, and the back story on Adobe's Flash performance.
Verizon hands out Flash 10.1 to Motorola Droid customers.
Adobe's beta version of Flash 10.1 player let you test out hardware accelerated video decoding on your Mac. Despite a few bugs, the beta version provided a notable decrease in CPU use when watching Flash videos. With its latest security update, Adobe adds hardware accelerated video decoding to the release version of Flash 10.1 player.
The long list of allies backing Flash Player 10.1 for mobile devices shows Adobe may have lost the battle with Apple, but the war isn't over.
Flash Player 10.1 on Android 2.2 is a bucket of flashy fun, but will it drain the life out of your batteries? Adobe's got some stats that say no
Since last October, Adobe has been releasing small updates to its beta version of Flash 10.1, which brought new features to the plug-in, including hardware acceleration; however, the new hardware acceleration was limited to the Windows version. At the release of the last version, some claimed that Apple had not been forthcoming with the code for Adobe to properly implement hardware acceleration. Following this announcement, Apple released the code, and now the 10.1 beta for Flash has been rereleased with hardware acceleration.
Collaboration with ad agencies aims to define two full-screen formats for mobile device ads, geared toward devices running Flash Player 10.1 but with an HTML5 option.
Adobe has confirmed that Flash Player 10.1 is coming to Windows Phone 7, but there's confirmation that the OS won't be coming to the Windows Mobile-toting HTC HD2
Adobe has finally made Flash 10.1 beta 3 available to download, which the PC makers who offer Netbooks with the Broadcom Crystal HD video accelerator claim would provide for HD streaming Web video support.