I found this quote from Shantanu on Information Week- “We are bringing Flash Player 10 to smartphone class devices to enable the latest web browsing experience. Multiple partners have already received early versions of this release and we expect to release a beta version for developers at our MAX Conference in October. Google’s Android, Nokia’s Symbian OS, Windows Mobile, and the New Palm Web OS will be among the first devices to support web browsing with the newest Flash player” ......continue reading
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Android, Devices- iPhone, Mobile phones, Wireless Carriers June 23rd, 2009
TMobile will start selling second phone based on Google Android starting this July. The device is made by HTC and is called myTouch. The device features a 3.2-inch touch screen with a virtual keyboard. Its good to see more Android phones coming. ......continue reading
Devices- Cellphones, Devices- Embedded, Devices- Handheld, Flash Enabled Devices, Flash Lite ports, Mobile phones June 23rd, 2009
Endgadget is reporting that Flash 10 beta is scheduled to be released in October of this year. This was presented at MAX conference in one of the earning slides. The slide is below. It was not clear what platform will be supported and what features if any will be eliminated to support smartphones. ......continue reading
Microsoft is working on a new engine that allows users to create a rich user interface and thus allows them to hide the underlying OS. Its codenamed as ‘Alchemy’. Alchemy is what will bringer richer UI scenarios such as smooth transitions, 3D animations, etc. that Silverlight enables. Alchemy also will allow developers to use Silverlight technologies on devices without requiring them to run in a browser- in other words it will provide users with a standalone Silverlight version. ......continue reading
Devices- Cellphones, Media players, Mobile applications, Mobile phones, Wireless Carriers June 12th, 2009
DMWMedia is reporting that Slingmedia is putting together an application that lets iPhone users stream their home TV channels to the device over a Wi-Fi connection. The application reportedly only supports WiFi only and not 3G. Apparently Apple and network partner AT&T disabled the application to stream video over a 3G connection fearing that it’ll take over the bandwidth. The same application is available for Blackberry and Motorola Q and is not blocked with 3G usage.