Destin over at the Smarter Every Day video blog has done it again. This time he shows you gun-lovers how to take incredible photos of muzzle flashes. The rig he's built has impeccable timing, and the results are amazing.
You'd think everyone who wanted to play Angry Birds would have already done so and gorged themselves to near death on its simplistic physics action, but just in case... it's now on Facebook. Same levels to plod through, only now with a mouse and social tools to bother other people with. [Facebook]
In a move that's sure to annoy the Occupy Flash movement, Adobe's updated Flash Player for Android to support Ice Cream Sandwich. Currently only the Galaxy Nexus comes packing Ice Cream Sandwich out of the box, but that probably hasn't stopped you from running a custom ICS install, just to be on that bleeding edge.
Apple might have forced Adobe to kill Flash mobile, but Occupy Flash wants to unite the world in eradicating Flash from the desktop as well. The goal is simple: get everyone to uninstall Flash Player and you can join the fight now.
Just in case you were about to give Adobe full credit for realising flash on a phone is a janky, unstable, and generally unpleasant experience, here comes Steve Jobs for some posthumous accolades: Adobe says iOS rejection killed Flash.
RIM, with a finger in each ear and a third, cybernetic arm poking out its own eyeballs, has decided to license Flash from Adobe and keep it alive for PlayBook, AllThingsD reports. Nothing says the future like supporting dead technology!
Adobe is stopping development of its Flash Player for mobile browsers, according to an exclusive report from ZDNet. The company will continue to support existing Android and BlackBerry Playbook configurations of the player, but future development will be focused on developing HTML5 and apps.
A Stanford computer science student named Feross Aboukhadijeh has uncovered a pretty major security hole in Adobe Flash, in which somebody could turn on your Mac's webcam and mic and save that video for whatever nefarious purposes. Oh good.