Adobe has released Flash Player 11 right on schedule and you can now grab them from the Market. The changelog is pretty spares, noting only "performance improvements and bug fixes related to security and stability," but the power of the internet (and a handy link from Adobe) points us to the release notes. Support for new compression methods, better support for high resolution pictures, protected streaming improvements (will help with DRM issues), and many other small fixes -- which all add up to better performance. These improvements are the first step towards Stage 3D, which quite frankly looks amazing. If you already have Flash installed, grab the update from the Market, if not, the link is after the break.
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