A critical security hole recently found in Adobe Flash, known as a zero-day vulnerability because it was previously undiscovered, is being exploited by cyber criminals after Adobe released a rush fix . The Adobe Flash plugin vulnerability , known ... Business Insider India, 2 days ago
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Google Inc ( NASDAQ:GOOGL ) has announced to join force with Adobe Systems Incorporated ( NASDAQ:ADBE ) to minimize Chrome's battery usage by reducing the amount of flash content that is played by the browser automatically. The latest development ...Bidness Etc, 3 weeks ago Google Fixes Chrome Browser As It Prepares To Fend Off Microsoft Edge Launch Motley Fool, 2 days ago
Google Chrome targets Flash in hunt for better power usage The search giant says Adobe Flash "puts a squeeze on your laptop's battery." Its solution: automatically pause unnecessary Flash content in the Chrome browser.
The search giant says Adobe Flash "puts a squeeze on your laptop's battery." Its solution: automatically pause unnecessary Flash content in the Chrome browser. Flash is getting some special -- albeit negative -- treatment in Chrome. Adobe ...CNET.co.uk, 3 weeks ago
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Adobe is urging Flash users to update to the latest version of the software after a significant security flaw was discovered. The patch to fix the vulnerability was only made available last week, meaning that Flash users with anything but the ...ITProPortal.com, 2 days ago FireEye : Adobe issues urgent Flash patch to prevent hacking attacks 4 Traders, 2 days ago Adobe issues urgent Flash patch to prevent hacking attacks MSN UK, 2 days ago
In its efforts to boost functionality and increase battery life, search giant Google Inc. GOOGL in partnership with Adobe ADBE has announced an enhancement to Chrome.The new feature will improve the browser's battery life by reducing the amount of ...Individual.com, 3 weeks ago
Google and Adobe have teamed up to reduce Chrome's battery usage by cutting down on the amount of Flash content the browser plays automatically. Adobe Flash allows web pages to display rich content, but that can put a squeeze on your laptop's ...CdrInfo.com, 3 weeks ago Google teams with Adobe to reduce Flash use in Chrome ITworld.com, 3 weeks ago
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