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Chrome to kill Flash by end of year

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Following years of security leaks, the world and its dog have decided it’s time we ditched Adobe’s Flash web standard for good, but we can’t just take it out back and shoot it, it needs to be a slow, painful goodbye. That’s been happening for a while now, but Chrome …

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Another week, another Flash vulnerability

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You really should disable or uninstall Adobe Flash at this point. If you haven’t yet done so however here is another reason, following on from last week’s 0-day exploit; there is another critical vulnerability that is being actively exploited in the wild, the only difference this time is that there is …

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Intel VP claims RiverTrail will rule in 2013

The world is becoming an inherently more graphical, more tactile place where we – as users – are being pulled to the mainframe data storage concepts of old (where all the important stuff is being held elsewhere), while at the same time seeing big increases in locally available compute power …

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