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Adobe abandons Flash Player for mobile phones - Salt Lake Tribune
Adobe abandons Flash Player for mobile phones
Salt Lake Tribune
The Silicon Valley software company, which makes Photoshop and the ubiquitous Flash for websites, announced Wednesday it will no longer support the mobile version of its Flash Player for smartphones and computer tablets. Instead, the company, which was ...
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