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Treo Pro support Flash Lite

Browsers, Devices- Cellphones, Flash Enabled Devices, Flash Lite 3, Flash Lite ports, Mobile phones, OS- Windows Mobile/CE March 25th, 2009

I came accross this article on Softpedia that talks about Treo Pro being offered by Sprint. The smartphone will use Windows Mobile and therefore will support Flash Lite. The article is old (Jan 25) so I went to Sprint web site to chek it out. It is available from Sprint now, but there is no mention of availability of Flash lite. So I did some research, and sure enough, I found this video on youtube that shows Flash Lite running on Treo pro. Very Kool. You can play youtube video in Flash, make it full screen and also view Flash based web pages. Check out the youtube video here. ......continue reading

Windows XP on ARM needed

Devices- Embedded, Devices- Handheld, OS- Embedded linux, OS- Windows Mobile/CE, Processors- ARM March 24th, 2009

Well- I am sure you’ve seen news of 1 GHz ARM coming to market soon. Freescale is planning on introducing MX51 which will have ARM Cortex A8. TI already has OMAP running at 600 MHz. OMAP Beagleboard already has a Linux distribution that runs XWindows, and one can easily build Netbook around it. ARM Coretex A8, which has ARMv7 instruction set is a powerful CPU capable of running XWindows at performance comparable to Atom. It is widely believed that ARM will be biggest competition to Intel in Netbook market, and having seen a few demo I believe that is very much possible. ......continue reading

Youtube.com serving video in Flash on mobile devices

Devices- Cellphones, Flash Enabled Devices, Flash Lite 3, Mobile applications, Mobile phones, On2 and Sorenson/FLV, Video Technology March 17th, 2009

Youtube has started serving video in Flash according to Symbian News. Earlier Youtube served content in 3gpp or other format that was playable in the browser for mobile device. But for the latest Nokia phones, as long as Flash Lite 3 installed, one can view Flash content from Youtube. ......continue reading

Nokia laptop coming soon?

Devices- Cellphones, Devices- Embedded, Devices-PC, Mobile phones, Processors- ARM March 10th, 2009

EE Times is reporting that Nokia is seeking partnership with Asian companies to build a new laptop.  Nokia allegedly is working on computers based on ARM’s processor architecture for netbooks and mobile Internet devices (MIDs) and is considering 2011 launch. The device will use OS developed by Symbian. ......continue reading

Imagination Technologies demonstrates OpenVG supported Flash Lite

Devices- Cellphones, Flash Enabled Devices, Flash Lite 3, Flash Lite ports March 10th, 2009

Imagination Technologies, a UK based company demonstrated Flash Lite accelerated using OpenVG at MWC in Barcelona recently. The hardware acceleration was achieved using the POWERVR SGX GPU (Graphics Processing Unit) IP core. OpenVG delivers excellent vector graphics processing as well as 2D and 3D performance. ......continue reading

TI OMAP Beagleboard running Flash Lite from Calsoft Labs

Flash Lite ports March 4th, 2009

Here’s a video of Flash Lite running on TI’s OMAP Beagleboard. As you can see, the performance is great! Beagleboard is cheap too- $150 gets you the board, throw screen and some other peripherals, and you are set to go. Check it out here. ......continue reading

Windows Mobile Flash and PC like browsing analyzed

Browsers, Desktop Flash Player, Devices- Cellphones, Flash Enabled Devices, Flash Lite 3, Flash Lite ports, Mobile phones, OS- Windows Mobile/CE, Operating Systems March 3rd, 2009

According to Microsoft’s Senior Vice President for Mobile Communication group, Flash Lite is an integral part of Windows Mobile future strategy. In a recent interview with Tech Flash, he emphasized that Flash helps make the browsing experience more PC like and therefore will be a key differentiator for Windows Mobile moving forward. ......continue reading