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Combine viewers will get a better look at 40 times

In years past, fans watching the Scouting Combine on NFL Network were shown 40-yard dash times that weren’t entirely accurate. A player would run the 40, a time would flash on the screen afterward, and then a couple hours later an “official” time would come out that was usually different by a few hundredths of…

(VIDEO) The New York Times has Moved to HTML5 Player, Here's Why

FORT LAUDERDALE -- Google's YouTube announced last month it would switch from Flash to powering its video player in HTML5 by default. But the video site wasn't the only property to have gone in that direction. The New York Times went...Show More Summary

Mozilla’s Shumway Flash Replacement Now Plays Amazon.com Videos

Shumway is Mozilla’s attempt at creating a drop-in Flash player replacement for Firefox based on open standards (and not its attempt at creating a furry, cat-eating alien). The project started in 2012 and has long been included in Mozilla’s experimental Nightly builds of Firefox. For the most part, though, even Nightly users would never really encounter it. Read More

How to Set Adobe Flash Player to Click-to-Run

2 weeks agoTechnology : Tom's Guide

Here's how to boost your security on Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer and Safari by setting Adobe Flash Player to click-to-run.

Protect yourself from Flash attacks in Internet Explorer

Another day, another zero-day exploit in Flash Player. How do you protect yourself from Flash-based attacks? Disable Flash except on sites where you explicitly allow it. Good news: This feature is built into IE and can be enabled with two clicks.

Infected Web Ads Use Flash Flaws to Spread Ransomware

Triple-whammy: The Fessleaks malvertising campaign uses new Adobe Flash Player flaws to infect unsuspecting Web browsers with ransomware.

Leef iBridge for iOS

A 16GB to 256GB flash drive with USB 2.0 and Lightning connectors. Its curved shape makes it easy to hold your device while it’s connected. Its app has a file manager and a media player. Leef has the Bridge 3.0 for Android users.

YouTube Fired Flash, Clearing HTML5's Last Obstacle For World Domination

After 10 years, YouTube gave Adobe Flash the heave-ho as its default video player on Tuesday. Instead, the site announced it would default to HTML5 to play its never-ending roster of cat clips, Taylor Swift tributes and movie previews. Show More Summary

Misfit Flash Review: Best-in-class activity tracking on a budget

So what’s a Misfit Flash? A number of key players in the consumer-facing, wearable fitness market have emerged over the past few years. And, after developing their flagship devices, like the Fitbit Flex and Jawbone Up 24, the challenge now is to go bigger, better and more high-end with added functionality and improved design. Show More Summary

YouTube switches to HTML5 video in most browsers by default

4 weeks agoTechnology : Ghacks.net

The video hosting site YouTube supports Adobe Flash and HTML5 Video and delivers videos based on the web browser and system used to access the site. Chrome users were defaulted to the HTML5 video player for some time now for instance while Firefox or Internet Explorer users to Adobe Flash instead for the most part. Show More Summary

YouTube defaults to HTML5 on the web

If you've been hoping for YouTube to drop the notoriously buggy Flash video format as its default player, well good news. Nearly five years after the streaming giant started supporting the HTML5 standard for its videos, it's finally now its player of...

‘I Give Apple a Year Until They Cave’

Christopher Dawson, writing for ZDNet back in 2011, on the lack of Flash Player support in iOS: Again, as Adobe representatives put it, Video in particular is driving demand for the plugin, as people browsing the Web on their mobileShow More Summary

YouTube pushes Flash to the back burner, will now default to HTML5 player

Nearly five years after Steve Jobs published his infamous "Thoughts on Flash," streaming video service YouTube has announced plans to migrate away from the technology as users accessing the site via Chrome, Internet Explorer 11, Safari 8, and beta versions of Firefox will now be served the HTML5 video player by default.

YouTube now defaults to its HTML5 player on web browsers

If you access YouTube on a web browser such as Chrome, the videos will now use the HTML5 player by default. Google announced this move today, while also revealing it is "deprecating" the old Flash-based embeds and Flash API from YouTube.

YouTube will now default to HTML5 players for better support on more devices

Today, YouTube announced that its Web video player will now default to HTML5 over Adobe Flash to add more flexibility for developers, bloggers and consumers. The team wrote that it waited on switching to HTML5 players due to numerous technical issues. Show More Summary

Low Hanging Fruit: Flash Player

Flash Player version 16.0.0.296 is now available.In Windows, you can check what version you have installed via Flash's Control Panel applet.According to Adobe Security Bulletin APSA15-01, users who have enabled auto-update will have received the update starting on January 24th. Show More Summary

YouTube ditches Flash for HTML5 video by default

YouTube today announced it has finally switched from serving videos with Adobe Flash to using its HTML5 video player. The HTML5 video tag is the default option now in Google’s Chrome, Microsoft’s IE11, Apple’s Safari 8, and in beta versions of Mozilla’s Firefox browser. At the same time, YouTube is now also defaulting to the […]

Hide Adobe Flash Player is required notifications in Chrome

For the past couple of days I have received notifications about Adobe Flash Player on sites that I visited in Chromium. The message read Adobe Flash Player is required to display some elements on this page. It displayed a button next...Show More Summary

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