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ZDNet broke the news late last night that Adobe will cease development of Flash for mobile browsers, opting instead to focus on HTML5. As my colleague Erica Ogg points out, there… Read more »

Adobe today launched a full version of its Flash technology for users with handsets running Android 2.2, and the company has shipped Flash to other device partners in an effort to… Read more »

Adobe may finally have taken a step toward finding a way around Apple’s ban of Flash technology on the iPhone. The company today unveiled new software that allows traditional media publishers… Read more »

Adobe fired the latest round in its entertaining dust-up with Apple, launching an ad campaign that features a full-page ad in today’s Washington Post and an open letter from the founders… Read more »

Full Flash should finally hit smartphones in the first half of next year, Adobe said. And that would be a big step in making the mobile web a more hospitable place… Read more »

Adobe is making a huge mobile push with its Open Screen Project, expanding support for its Flash technology to just about every major smartphone OS currently on the market. The move… Read more »

RIM may be taking a major step toward closing the gap between mobile and the Internet with its acquisition of Torch Mobile, a Canadian developer that specializes in open source software… Read more »

It’s not getting a lot of media attention yet, but Adobe’s announcement that it will create a beta version of its Flash player for some smartphones could be a game-changer for… Read more »