“SOFTWARE SHOP Adobe has gone “Square” with a hardware accelerated Flash Player for Microsoft’s IE9 Beta and native 64-bit operating systems.
If there’s one thing Adobe needs at the moment is some decent coverage for the seive known as Flash Player. Only two days ago we reported that Adobe was forced to issue yet another security advisory about exploits in Flash, for the second time in a week.”
Here is some more Tech News from around the web:
- Browser War 2: IE 9 Beta 1 versus Firefox 4 Beta 6 @ DailyTech
- Five Web Browsers: Which is the Fastest? @ Techgage
- Why Internet Explorer 9 may signal Microsoft’s return to glory @ Digital Trends
- Unofficial fix brings temporary relief for critical Adobe vuln @ The Register
- Digital Copies, Bonus DVDs and Value Packs… Oh my! @ Tweaktown
- Ocosmos OCS1: Oak Trail Gaming Tablet Impressions @ AnandTech
- IDF 2010: Sandy Bridge Revealed @ Bjorn3D
- Netbook and Tablet Fever at IDF 2010 @ AnandTech
- IDF 2010 In Pictures @ ExtremeTech
Source: The Inquirer
You can now get a hold of the new IE9 beta to try out what will be the new browser from Microsoft, assuming you’ve moved on from XP. A lot of sites are impressed by the speed of the new version of the venerable browser. AMD is trying out GPU acceleration of HTML5 and according to The Inquirer there will be an update to Flash player called Square that will enable hardware acceleration with the IE9 Beta as well. Check it out.