The software that lets iPad users access Adobe Flash content is adding compatibility with Google+ games, something iPad users do not have access to through Apple's built-in browser.
The company that developed a service to cure the lack of Adobe's Flash on Apple's iPad has come up with a similar tool for Mac OS X users it plans to debut later this year.
An upcoming iPad app for Facebook hopes to leapfrog the social giant's own efforts by giving users a way to play Flash-based social games.
You could soon be renting games from the App Store instead of buying. Big Fish Games is reportedly the first publisher to work this out.
In this week's column, CNET's Josh Lowensohn talks about Adobe's recent successes on two of Apple's platforms. He also looks at this week's big news and rumors, and answers your questions.
Motorola is starting to push out an update for its Xoom Android tablet, which includes the Flash Player 10.2. That means it should be available when the device launches here in the UK.
Pining for your PC's Flash apps on your iPad? iSwifter hopes you'll use its app and service to run them over the Internet.