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Google Chrome Now Comes With Flash Built In

Flash come integrated with Chrome in the lattes version of the Google's Browser. In this vote of confidence to Adobe from Google the message is clear, both has a common enemy, Apple.

Not only is Google giving Adobe’s Flash technology another vote of confidence (Flash Player 10.1 for Mobile, which was announced  earlier this week, will be rolled out on Android 2.2 phones first), but the integration also means any updates to Flash Player will be delivered directly via Google Chrome’s updating system, ultimately minimizing security risks that tend to surface when one uses outdated software and components.

Is this a safe step for Google after all the security problems flash is currently having? Well, in my opinion this is the first step to something bigger between this 2 companies, stay tuned!!!

Source: TechCrunch

 

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