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Infographic: The rise of the video ad in Europe

More than half of all video ads worldwide came from either the UK, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Italy or Switzerland, according to this new infographic.

25/04/2012  |  Full story...

iPhone misses out as Adobe brings Flash video to Android phones

Adobe has made long-awaited updates to its Flash video player to support Google's Android phone platform, but iPhone users will still miss out. Adobe, whose Flash software delivers most video viewed online and made YouTube possible, also said it believed Apple would eventually bow to market pressure and include Flash on the iPhone and the new iPad tablet computer.

Apple has until now rejected Flash on these grounds, and has also said Flash is "buggy," blaming it for instances of its Mac computers crashing -- although almost every other device manufacturer, including hundreds of brand names -- supports it. On Monday, at the start of the week-long Mobile World Congress trade show in Barcelona, Adobe unveiled Adobe AIR for mobile devices, which provides developers tools to create Flash applications to be delivered through application stores for a variety of devices.

16/02/2010

16/02/2010  |  Full story...

More mobile handsets get Flash

HTC and Adobe have announced that the Flash content format that drives much of the high impact visuals on the web will soon be available on Android, writes CrunchGear. It's another small step towards achieving complete adoption of key content tools and much needed if the web experience is to be effectively reproduced on mobile devices.
From CrunchGear: http://www.crunchgear.com, 24/06/2009
Adobe Flash: http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer

24/06/2009

Adobe working with search engines to make Flash files searchable

Flash media files (SWF files) will now be searchable according to a new announcement from Adobe writes IT Week. The firm is working with Google and Yahoo! so they can incorporate Flash Player code into their search algorithms. This will mean that dynamic websites featuring Flash code, including buttons, banners and menus can now be indexed by search engines and will feature in search results. Adobe plans to work with other content publishers and developers in the future.
From IT Week: http://www.itweek.co.uk, 01/07/2008
Adobe: http://www.adobe.com

01/07/2008

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