Flash

Indonesia’s Agate Studio combines passion and business
Indonesian game development company Agate Studio entered the market with not just one game but six all at once.
Final days for Adobe Flash
The next version of Chrome, due out early next month, will automatically block non-visible Flash content, such as tracking and fingerprint cookies. Then, in December, Flash will be deprecated entirely, with exceptions for sites which only support Flash. All Flash functions will be replaced by HTML 5. It is now clear that the future definitely belongs to HTML 5. The days of Adobe Flash are certainly numbered.  
Google ready to kill Flash
Chrome set to disable Flash by default Exceptions will be made for some sites  
‘Hidden’ disruptions in the IT world too, says HDS exec
Disruption is also happening in the infrastructure and data centre industries, where technology like flash storage is unleashing innovation.
A deeper look into software-defined storage
To propel storage to where it needs to be, SDS must provide the services available on storage hardware – that is, snapshots, deduplication, replication, and thin provisioning – on a software layer that can be deployed on industry standard servers, writes William Tan of Dell Malaysia.
The fuss with flash, and its impact on your business
Pure Storage’s Asia Pacific and Japan CTO Michael Cornwell explains what flash technology is all about, and what enterprises should consider when looking into it for their storage needs.
2013 marked by bigger and faster drives, new malware
The continuing proliferation of new drive types and the ever-growing problem of malware were among the biggest trends impacting the data recovery industry in 2013, according to year-end information from data recovery and ‘e-discovery’ products and services provider Kroll Ontrack.
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