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All Eyes on HTML5 as Mobile Flash Fades to Black

November 23, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

The Linux world looked ahead to a future without mobile flash — some with joy, others not so much. “Flash was potentially great technology, but Adobe messed it up by keeping it as a moving target and never getting it right,” said blogger Robert Pogson. Blogger hairyfeet, on the other hand, sees a darker future for content in which freedoms are further restricted.

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