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Samsung unveils new Blu-ray player and set-top box; brings Adobe Air to TV

At CES 2011, Samsung and Adobe announced that Samsung’s Smart TV platform will be the first to integrate support for Adobe AIR 2.5 for TV, making it easy for developers to build, distribute and monetize  applications via Samsung’s Smart TV applications store,

The integration of AIR for TV with Samsung’s Smart TV platform will create new opportunities for the community of more than three million Adobe Flash Platform developers who can use Adobe Creative Suite 5 to author content for AIR for TV. All of Samsung’s 2011 Smart TVs and Smart Blu-ray players will include support for Adobe AIR for TV.

Samsung also announced plans to bring Adobe Flash Player 10.1 to its Smart TV browser, extending the company’s current support for Flash Player 10.1 on Samsung smartphones and tablets. With the addition of Flash Player 10.1, users will enjoy a more complete web browsing experience on the TV, with access to millions of websites with rich videos, games and other multimedia content.

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