Few days ago, Google released a new stable version of its Chrome browser, Chrome 5.0.375.86 (available for Windows, Mac, and Linux). The new version addresses few security bugs along with usual fixes but the new releases includes notable Adobe Flash Player support and management. Users are no longer be prompt for install nor update manually the plug-in.
Google demonstrates its recent tight relationship with Adobe with the inclusion of Flash support on the mobile Android OS 2.2 and now with the desktop browser.
Google is still pushing for HTML5 adoption and recently launched a playground, tutorial site called http://html5rocks.com for developers.