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Google Chrome finally axes Flash - for good - IT PRO

Google Chrome finally axes Flash - for goodIT PROGoogle Chrome will begin blocking 90 per cent of the web's Flash content from next month. The announcement marks the latest step in Google's move away from Flash and towards the much more stable and versatile HTML5 standard. "You'll see an ...and more »

Google Chrome will end support for Adobe Flash starting September - The Indian Express;

Google Chrome will end support for Adobe Flash starting September - The Indian Express

The Indian ExpressGoogle Chrome will end support for Adobe Flash starting SeptemberThe Indian ExpressAdobe's Flash Player has been an integral part of web browsing, that helps provides production of animations, games, etc, but often leads to an unstable browser experience and performance issues. It is not too uncommon to have a flash player crash on ...and more »

HTML5 for Chrome 55 - HTML Goodies

HTML5 for Chrome 55HTML GoodiesHTML5 has been designated as the replacement for Flash on the web for years, and Google's Chrome for Android browser has stopped supporting Flash quite some time ago. Chrome 55 will use HTML5 as default. Beginning in December. Google has ...and more »

Google Chrome to start blocking Flash from next month, kill the buggy software fully by December - Scroll.in;

Google Chrome to start blocking Flash from next month, kill the buggy software fully by December - Scroll.in

Scroll.inGoogle Chrome to start blocking Flash from next month, kill the buggy software fully by DecemberScroll.inThe popular web browser, in a blog post, said the move will help users see 'an improvement in responsiveness and efficiency for many sites'. Scroll Staff. Published Aug 11, 2016. Updated Jan 03, 2017. Google Chrome to start blocking Flash from next ...and more »

Google Chrome continues the slow death of Flash in favor of HTML5 - SiliconANGLE (blog);

Google Chrome continues the slow death of Flash in favor of HTML5 - SiliconANGLE (blog)

SiliconANGLE (blog)Google Chrome continues the slow death of Flash in favor of HTML5SiliconANGLE (blog)It is no secret that Google Chrome, and really the entire web browser industry, has had it out for Adobe Flash for some time now, and this week Google revealed its plans to finally phase out the notoriously insecure plugin in favor of HTML5. Over the ...and more »

Google's Chrome Browser to Block Flash Starting in September - Search Engine Journal;

Google's Chrome Browser to Block Flash Starting in September - Search Engine Journal

Search Engine JournalGoogle's Chrome Browser to Block Flash Starting in SeptemberSearch Engine JournalJoin us for one full day of SEO and SEM tactics in Chicago this May 11th! Get ahead of your competitors and better your business with new insights from industry experts on hot topics like link building, content strategy, paid search, and on-page SEO.and more »

Google Chrome will start blocking all Flash content next month - ExtremeTech;

Google Chrome will start blocking all Flash content next month - ExtremeTech

ExtremeTechGoogle Chrome will start blocking all Flash content next monthExtremeTechFlash was an integral part of the internet in years past, but it has also been a drag on performance and the source of a great many security vulnerabilities. Today, HTML5 is a better way to get the same sort of interactive content running on the web ...and more »

Chrome to make Flash mostly-dead in early December - Computerworld;

Chrome to make Flash mostly-dead in early December - Computerworld

ComputerworldChrome to make Flash mostly-dead in early DecemberComputerworldGoogle yesterday set an early December deadline for purging most Flash content from its Chrome browser, adding that it will take an interim step next month when it stops rendering Flash-based page analytics. In a post to a company blog, Anthony LaForge ...and more »

Google Chrome to start blocking even more Flash content - Digital Journal;

Google Chrome to start blocking even more Flash content - Digital Journal

Digital JournalGoogle Chrome to start blocking even more Flash contentDigital JournalGoogle is preparing for the next step in its journey towards completely banishing Adobe Flash from its Chrome web browser. It has announced that Chrome will soon block the Flash plugin entirely, preventing any content from running.and more »

Google Chrome to prioritize HTML5 over Flash, beginning September - Daily News & Analysis;

Google Chrome to prioritize HTML5 over Flash, beginning September - Daily News & Analysis

Daily News & AnalysisGoogle Chrome to prioritize HTML5 over Flash, beginning SeptemberDaily News & AnalysisHTML5 will be made default, with Flash support provided only on a "as needed" basis. Google has confirmed that it will stop supporting Flash in its Chrome browser next month, in favour of the new HTML5. In accordance with an announcement made earlier ...and more »

Google's Chrome Browser to Block Flash - MacStories

Google's Chrome Browser to Block FlashMacStoriesYesterday, Google announced that its Chrome browser will begin blocking Flash that runs in the background of webpages in September and make HTML5 the 'default Chrome experience' in December. According to Google: Today, more than 90% of Flash on ...and more »

Yes, Google Chrome Is Dumping Adobe Flash This Year - Fortune;

Yes, Google Chrome Is Dumping Adobe Flash This Year - Fortune

FortuneYes, Google Chrome Is Dumping Adobe Flash This YearFortuneGoogle (goog, +3.79%) Chrome plans to kick the software, known for its bugginess and perennial security flaws, to the curb this year. The team behind the popular web browser reiterated its commitment to ditching Adobe's (adbe, +0.27%) multimedia ...and more »

Google to end Adobe Flash support in Chrome from next month - V3.co.uk

Google to end Adobe Flash support in Chrome from next monthV3.co.ukGoogle has announced that the next version of the Chrome browser will take yet another step in ending support for Flash on the web. Google confirmed that Flash content will be blocked wherever possible in favour of HTML5 starting with the release of ...and more »

Google will effectively kill Adobe Flash in Chrome from next month - Inquirer;

Google will effectively kill Adobe Flash in Chrome from next month - Inquirer

InquirerGoogle will effectively kill Adobe Flash in Chrome from next monthInquirerGOOGLE HAS announced the latest onslaught in the battle against the foetid, putrid, crapotron that is Abode Flash. The Chrome browser, currently peeing over any and all competition, had already begun the fumigation process when it made all Flash ...and more »

The Brave Web Browser is Official: Meet The

The Brave Web Browser is Official: Meet The "ANTI-Chrome" - Know Your Mobile

Know Your MobileThe Brave Web Browser is Official: Meet The "ANTI-Chrome"Know Your MobileIs it the next Chrome? The Brave web browser has some unique attributes that will make it VERY attractive to some users. Growing up, Microsoft's Internet Explorer was king of the web browser world. Then came Firefox and Apple's Safari. But the new king ...and more »

Chrome Begins Blocking Flash Next Month - PC Magazine;

Chrome Begins Blocking Flash Next Month - PC Magazine

PC MagazineChrome Begins Blocking Flash Next MonthPC MagazineGoogle is making good on its promise of "HTML5 by default" for the Chrome browser. Next month's release of Chrome 53 begins blocking Adobe Flash on the Web and replacing it with HTML5, which, before the end of the year, will become the standard in ...and more »

Google Chrome's plan to kill Flash kicks into high gear - PCWorld;

Google Chrome's plan to kill Flash kicks into high gear - PCWorld

PCWorldGoogle Chrome's plan to kill Flash kicks into high gearPCWorldThe company recently detailed a timeline for bringing Flash on Chrome to an end—kind of. Even in these late stages of Flash's life on the web you still can't kill it off entirely. Instead, Google says it will “de-emphasize” Flash to the point where it ...and more »

Chrome starts retiring Flash in favor of HTML5 - Ars Technica;

Chrome starts retiring Flash in favor of HTML5 - Ars Technica

Ars TechnicaChrome starts retiring Flash in favor of HTML5Ars TechnicaStarting with Chrome 53, due out early next month, the browser will automatically block tiny and non-visible Flash content, such as tracking and fingerprint cookies that are notoriously hard to shake off. Then, with Chrome 55 in December, Flash will be ...and more »

Google Chrome Follows Safari, Edge In Blocking Flash Content - International Business Times;

Google Chrome Follows Safari, Edge In Blocking Flash Content - International Business Times

International Business TimesGoogle Chrome Follows Safari, Edge In Blocking Flash ContentInternational Business TimesGoogle Chrome has decided that it will “de-emphasize” Flash content starting next month and will subsequently focus on HTML5. On Tuesday, Chrome's Flash curator Anthony LaForge published a post on the Google Chrome team's official blog, stating that ...and more »

Chrome 53 Beta gives in-browser payments for Android - Android Community;

Chrome 53 Beta gives in-browser payments for Android - Android Community

Android CommunityChrome 53 Beta gives in-browser payments for AndroidAndroid CommunitySo with Chrome 52 nearly done rolling out to all platforms – that means bringing Material Design in its wake, even to macOS – it's no surprise that Chrome version 53 is now queuing in the Chrome for Android Beta channel. And there are a few new goodies ...and more »