|31 Mar 2010||#1|
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Google, Adobe cozy up on Flash for Chrome browser.
Google with its Chrome browser is making accommodations for the Adobe Flash Player, a move that did not sit well with some early commentators wondering why Google is now pushing Flash when it has backed HTML5, a potential rival to Flash.
The Flash Player will be included in downloads of Chrome as soon as possible, according to the companies. The initial effort Tuesday involves an integration of Chrome and Flash Player in the developer channel. Additionally, Adobe and Google are part of an effort to improve interaction between browsers and plugins.
Google, Adobe cozy up on Flash for Chrome browser
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|01 Apr 2010||#2|
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Google is embracing Windows 7 and Adobe Flash with the next generation of its open source browser. The latest releases of Google Chrome (Build 5.0.360.4) made available through the Dev channel are tailored to the Windows 7 Aero graphical user interface, by finally offering support for features such as Taskbar Thumbnail Previews. Users of rival browsers, including Internet Explorer 8, Firefox 3.6 and Opera 10.50, have already been able to enjoy support for Thumbnail Previews, a Windows 7-specific feature that allows customers to easily access multiple instances of opened programs, and even multiple browser tabs by previews popping out from the applications’ icons pinned on the Taskbar.
Google Chrome Embraces Windows 7 Aero GUI and Adobe Flash - New releases available through the Dev channel - Softpedia
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