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  1. EF-Roger

    EF-Roger Entrepreneur

    Starting in September, the Google Chrome web browser will no longer automatically show Adobe Flash advertisements, the search giant announced yesterday.

    Chrome is the second most popular browser for desktop and laptop computers, with about 28% market share, behind only Microsoft Internet Explorer, according to NetMarketShare.

    The change, first announced in June, is just Google's latest attack against Adobe Flash.

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  2. EF-Roger

    EF-Roger Entrepreneur

    Google Chrome will start blocking Adobe Flash ads today

    Internet ads that use Adobe Flash will be blocked onGoogle Chrome as of Tuesday, the Wall Street Journalreports.

    Google has chosen to do this because Flash technology increases page-loading times and kills battery more quickly, overall decreasing the quality of the Chrome experience. The Flash ads will still be available, but users will have to click on them to get them to play.

    Read more Google Chrome Will Start Blocking Adobe Flash Ads Today - Fortune

  3. Apollyon

    Apollyon Entrepreneur

    Looks like Google just took the guillotine to the old decrepit man. Flash was going out of style for years thanks to Apple.

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