Says it's to save power.
Might want to update or bin it entirely.
Expandable storage makes this obsolete, you say? You're missing the point, I say.
Companies will instead now have to use HTML5.
Even if you throw all the other clips out, the 10 Batman-shaped ones are worth every penny.
The company says the browser will now offer users “a faster and more efficient web.” Well, Google certainly couldn’t make it slower or less efficient.
The death of Flash has been slow and agonising, but the Chrome team taking another shot at the woozy fighter.
Apparently the answer is pretty much never, despite the efforts of Apple, Google ... and now, Amazon.
Another thorn in Flash's side.
Live video-streaming giant Twitch has ditched Flash video in favour of HTML5. The site has rolled out new HTML5 player controls to pave the way for a full handover in the future.
There’s a new version of Adobe Flash that Mozilla’s Firefox web browser isn’t blocking by default. It’s version 220.127.116.11, and you can get it right here. [Adobe]
It turns out Flash bears a nasty hole that Adobe still hasn't patched up.
At the very least do it because it's pretty much useless.
It turns out everyone's favourite pocket-sized computer is a bit camera shy. Due to something called "photovoltaic effect", the Raspberry Pi 2 loses its shit when you blast it with a flash.
CES 2015: Lenovo just announced an LED selfie flash with "selfie beautification tools" for your smartphone. Because we've always wanted those, right?
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