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Adobe Systems is rolling out services to ease deployment of Flash-based games, media, and apps on various social networks and mobile phones. The company will usher in the first of its Adobe Flash Platform services with a distribution manager that pumps Flash content and applications to more than 70 social networks, such as …

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Megaphone

but first...

can they PLEASE fix flash for normal computers? I'm losing 50% system resources on a Core2Duo 2.33 with 4GB RAM @ 667MHz and ATi X1600 @ 256MB, all while watching embedded video only.. What hope for the smaller devices :(

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Flash sucks

Will someone issue an ASBO (anti-social behaviour order) against Adobe for its appalling Flash product.

Flash-based ads are too often intrusive resource hogs which interfere with users' experience of the internet -- I'd like to see all sites running Flash ads carry a warning that your browser may freeze or crash.

Meanwhile if everyone uses Firefox and enables Flash blocking , perhaps we can stamp out this Adobe malware ourselves.

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bex
Happy

missread this

Thought it meant that Adobe where going to solve flash CPU hogging problems at long last.

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IT Angle

i suspect...

Adobe is concentrating on fighting off Silverlights potential takeover on different platforms, rather than refining the product that is currently out there. It's a shame - Flash is a revolutionary technology that changed the richness of the web, and now it's just made it so rich that one spoonful makes you sick!

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