Adobe has finally heard what the world has been screaming at it for years: Flash needs to die. It's even given us the funeral date of 2020.
Google Chrome 56 is rolling out to desktop users, with a number of small new features and security fixes in tow.
Adobe began to offer their Flash Player plugin for Linux a couple of months back, 4 years after abandoning the platform. In the years since the snub the web’s reliance on and use of Flash technologies has (thankfully) dwindled. But that doesn’t […]
Adobe has announced that it plans to start supporting Adobe Flash for Linux — 4 years after it abandoned Flash on Linux.
Want to know how to watch Hulu on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS and up? Well, we're going to show you.
If you've installed Chromium on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS but are having trouble getting Flash content to play, this guide is for you.
Adobe Flash will no longer work in Chromium on Linux from this April, as NPAPI plugin support is removed from the codebase.
A new version of flash-free desktop YouTube app ‘Minitube’ has been released. The bulk of the changes concern Mac OS X Lion users (as the app is cross-platform) but there are few goodies that Ubuntu […]
Adobe Flash 64 bit is now directly installable in Ubuntu using the Canonical Partner repo, thus replacing the need for additional 3rd party PPAs to be added.
The first release candidate of Adobe's Flash Player 11 has been made available.
A second beta release of Adobe Flash 11 has escaped into the wild.
Adobe Flash Player 10.3 beta saw release yesterday/today/tomorrow (depending on your timezone) - but what's new? Quite a bit. Read on for more.