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News@10:Adobe Patches Flash 10.1, Microsoft 3D TV & iPhone 4 at Wal-Mart & Best Buy

Adobe Systems has released a critical security patch for its Flash Player 10.1, fixing 30 bugs that had been reported in the web tool. The patch also fixes a crucial vulnerability affecting .swf files, which allowed hackers to install malicious files onto systems.

Electronics giants Best Buy and Wal-Mart have announced that they will sell the iPhone 4 in thousands of stores across the US as the pre-ordering process for the Apple iPhone 4 starts tomorrow ahead of the launch of the device on the 24th of June.

Microsoft's Applied Science Group has demonstrated a new type of lens to be used in television screens, which allows viewers to see images in 3D without the need to wear special glasses.

UK telecoms watchdog Ofcom has given the green light to a BBC proposal to implement digital rights management (DRM) tools to restrict the number of times its HD shows can be copied when recorded from its Freeview HD service.

As the BBC Trust decides the fate of the corporation's Project Canvas, people are already speculating that the platform could be launched as early as September.