The response comes as the health of the entire Flash ecosystem is in doubt. Adobe announced that Flash Player 11.1 would be the last version of Flash for mobile devices, though the company would continue to fix critical bugs. The company is also abandoning Flash on connected TVs.
“The decision to stop development of the Flash Player plugin for mobile browsers was part of a larger strategic shift at Adobe,” writes Chambers. “One which includes a greater shift in focus toward HTML5, as well as the Adobe Creative Cloud and the services that it provides.”
There have been several Android Market malware scares in the recent past. Google responded by introducing Bouncer a while back, but it never hurts to add a good Android antivirus app for extra protection. But which apps offer the best protection?
Cain Marko wrote: »
Iphone are one of the most over-hyped devices out there smh.
Iphone5 MIGHT have LTE capabilities and maybe be able to run real content from the web. Same shit an Android device has been doing for 3yrs now. Niggas was hopping in line to get a Ipad3 and only thing they got was a clearer screen and 4g smh. Just cop yourself an ASUS Transformer Prime quad core for $200 dollars cheaper that has more things on it lol.
Michael_Malice wrote: »
Sorry but the cases of viruses on Android devices outweigh iPhones by so much it's not even funny. That is not even a debate.