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HTML5, future of Flash, Silverlight, BADA, OpenPlug, Android etc. etc. - from FITC mobile

Flash Lite ports September 20th, 2010

FITC Mobile Toronto 2010 had a great selection of session focusing on latest ‘hot’ technologies and I recommend that you attend one in the future- especially if you are interested in ramping up quickly on mobile application development. In addition to sessions, Google threw a great party at Hyde Lounge and numerous breaks provided ample opportunity to network. Here are some of the interesting tidbits I gathered from the conference. ......continue reading

Flash 10.1 on Android- myth and reality

Android, Desktop Flash Player, Devices- Cellphones, Devices- Embedded, Devices- Handheld, Flash 10, Flash Lite ports, Google, Processors- ARM September 20th, 2010

There’s been a  lot of buzz about Flash 10.1 being available on Android. General public is under the impression that since the binary is now ‘officially’ available, they can buy andy ANdroid phone and download the Flash player. In reality that will never happen. When Adobe announces new Flash for PC, Adobe really announces Flash 10 running on X86 based PCs. If there are PCs out there that are based on ARM or other processors or OS, you essentially need a new binary. ......continue reading

Notes from FITC

Android, Devices- Cellphones, Flash 10, Flash Enabled Devices, Flash Lite ports, H.264, mpeg and other media codecs September 18th, 2010

I am here at FITC Mobile, Toronto. The conference continues to do well with attendence of 200+. Although most of the crowd is local, one does keep running into people visiting from out of town. The sessions are very interesting and cover pretty much all the ‘hot’ stuff in the mobile world. I’ve just come out of Mark Doherty’s presentation on Flash on mobile devices. Here are some interesting points that I noted. ......continue reading

Why I will not switch to E73

Devices- Cellphones, Mobile applications, Mobile phones September 14th, 2010

OK- so I am ready to renew my contract with TMobile and noticed that Nokia E73 is available. Having been an avid Nokia user back when there were no smart phones, I decided to try it out. The specs were pretty good, and so were the reviews. I was generally impressed with the phone when I played with it at the store- until I actually started using it…. ......continue reading