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Intel and Adobe offer chicken in every pot (err… Flash on every HDTV)

Desktop Flash Player, Devices- Embedded, Devices- Set-top boxes, Flash Enabled Devices, Flash Lite 3, Flash Lite ports January 5th, 2009

Adobe and Intel’s press release today says that they are working on a Flash port for Intel’s latest Camore platform. The CE3100 platform is a X86 based SoC targetted towards consumer market. More specifically the chip targets Set-top box, digital TV, blue ray DVD and retail connected A/V devices. The chip offers high definition decoder to facilitate decoding. With this port, the OEMs will be able to purchase Flash Lite 3 running on Intel platform. ......continue reading

X86 everywhere- in DTVs, STBs, Handhelds (but not in cellphones)

Devices- Cellphones, Devices- Handheld, Devices- Set-top boxes, Mobile phones, Semiconductors August 26th, 2008

Intel has made several announcements at IDF that promise to take X86 architecture into a host of new markets. We all know that Intel has already announced (and is shipping) UMPCs based on Atom processor. Atom is a low end X86 processor that is lot cheaper than Celeron, and of course consumes lot less power. So it is ideal for a Nokia N800 class devices and other MIDs. ......continue reading

CE revenue to top 700 billion in 2009

Devices- Cellphones, Devices- Handheld, Devices- Set-top boxes, Mobile phones July 20th, 2008

According to the data collected by Consumer Electronics Association, the CE revenue will grow by 10% this year to $700 billion. Some of the segments such as TV are expected to show 20% growth. I don’t see any reason why this will market will ever stop to grow till no more CE devices can be invented. CE devices have become toys and we are slowly being brainwashed into having a new device every few years. In fact they are not even designed to last more than a few years. Do you think your iPod is rugged enough to last 10-15 years? How many of you have used your cell phone last for 5 years? ......continue reading

Flash 7 directfb Linux port available

Devices- Embedded, Devices- Set-top boxes, Flash Enabled Devices, Flash Player 7 SDK, OS- Embedded linux June 9th, 2008

Flash 7 port running on directfb/gtk Linux is now available to OEM licensees. Directfb is popular in Set Top Boxes running Linux and is a much powerful layer than Linux framebuffer. Why would anyone still want Flash 7? Well ......continue reading

Flash Lite 3 QT port available

Devices- Embedded, Devices- Handheld, Devices- Set-top boxes, Flash Enabled Devices, Flash Lite 3, OS- Embedded linux June 5th, 2008

Remember QT from Trolltech? This is from Trolltech’s web site: ......continue reading