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Your TV, now Powered by Adobe Flash

added by Michael on 20 Apr 2009

You've hooked your PC up to your television to watch streaming video on the internet, right?  Sometimes when we forget to record a show on the DVR we watch it on Hulu.  Well, today Adobe unveiled a version of Flash that will let people stream that content directly to your television or blu-ray player without a PC.

 

From MacWorld:

 

"The cable and satellite guys are a slow-moving machine," he said. "It's about time to start to have new experiences to consume and browse and share content that is not dictated by the service providers."

 

From Engadget:

 

The plan is to get Flash from every computer to every television screen, and Adobe's ready to take the next step this week at the National Association of Broadcasters show in Las Vegas. Broadcom, Comcast, STMicroelectronics, NXP Semiconductors, and Sigma Designs join Intel as set-top box makers with chipsets ready to stream widgets and HD video to connected televisions, while content is on the way from Netflix, New York Times, Disney and Atlantic Records.