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Nokia has 39% of cell phone market in Q1/08

Mobile phones April 28th, 2008

 Nokia logo An article in Information week lists the top 5 cell phone makers as follows: ......continue reading

TieCON East 2008 panel: ‘New Business Models in Wireless’

Flash Player 7 SDK April 27th, 2008

TIECOn East logo TieCON East 2008, taking place on May 29 and 30 at Westin Waltham features a panel on new business models in wireless. The panel will focus on business being generated from emerging mobile technologies such as search, advertising, social networking etc. It is being moderated by Mark Lowenstein, and Jeff Glass (From mQube, now with Bain Capital), and Walt Doyle of uLocate are on the panel. ......continue reading

More on Flash Lite 3.X Linux Framebuffer port

Flash Lite 3 April 27th, 2008

I have been contacted by several people who expressed interest in finding more information about FL3.X framebuffer port. Here are some more details. ......continue reading

Apple buys PA Semi

Media players, Semiconductors April 24th, 2008

Apple has purchased PA Semi.  The news story goes on to say that Apple will not consider Atom in their iPhone.  PA Semi makes low power PowerPC based chips. ......continue reading

Flash Lite 3.1 now available

Flash Lite 3 April 21st, 2008

Flash Lite 3.1 port  is now available to OEMs. Here’s quick summary of what’s new in FL3.1: ......continue reading

Ebay to spin off Skype?

Browsers April 19th, 2008

A recent post in FT suggests that EBay is considering spinning off Skype. Ebay still has not been able to figure out how to use Skype technology. That has not stopped Skype from becoming popular, and I bet a lot more people today are using Skype now than at the time of purchase. But looks like after spending $4.1 billion and generating lots of buzz,  EBay has finally figured out that Skype is not worth it! ......continue reading

Embedded System Conference, San Jose 2008

Devices- Embedded, Semiconductors April 17th, 2008

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Alpha version of AIR, and Real Player available for ATOM

Flash Enabled Devices, Flash Lite 3, Media players April 13th, 2008

INtel LogoIntel announced that AIR and Real Player will be available on Intel platform. A step in right direction if they want to compete with ARM. ......continue reading

Adobe Media Player

Flash Lite 3, Flash Player 7 SDK, Media players April 13th, 2008

windows-media-logoAdobelogoQuicktie ......continue reading

AT&T plans on rolling 4G networks in 700 MHz band

Flash Player 7 SDK April 5th, 2008

A recent article in EE Times suggests that AT&T has won rights to ‘B’ and ‘C’ block spectrum in 700 MHz band. These two spectrums have less strict regulations than the block ‘A’ won by Verizon, and so AT&T believes that they can quickly ramp up the infrastructure for 4G networks.  4G networks promise download speeds upto 236.4 MBPS according to Wikipedia. ......continue reading

Old monk rum

Flash Lite ports April 5th, 2008

Recently I had a fortune of trying the good old ‘Old Monk XXX’ rum from India again. As soon as I had first sip, all the memories from back when I tried it first came back. Having tried lots of other ‘cool’ beverages from around the world, I though this was not bad at all! In fact according to WineGlobe web site, Old Monk is apparently third most selling rum in the world…. I bet not many people know what. The rum is also available as 12 year aged version, but I haven’t had luck to try that yet. ......continue reading

Flash player performance mesurement on mobile devices

Flash Enabled Devices, Flash Lite 3, Flash Player 7 SDK April 1st, 2008

I posted a while ago to Flash Mobile group to find out if there are any benchmarks for Flash performance measurement on mobile devices. I got some responses, and  here’s collection of those links, alongwith what we’ve found during our investigation. ......continue reading