Welcome to Embeddedflash.com. Its 2014 and the landscape in multimedia world has changed quite a bit HTML5 standard is complete and Flash is no longer existent on mobile. I've also taken a short break from blog but I hope to restart it in the near future. I am no longer functioning as Adobe's Scaling Partner and looking for new opportunities. If you are looking for a technically savvy, energetic business development, marketing or sales person, please email me.

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

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

Nokia’s N97: Real competition to iPhone

Devices- Cellphones, Devices- iPhone, Flash Enabled Devices, Flash Lite 3, Flash Lite ports, Mobile phones December 3rd, 2008

Nokia has unveiled its N97 phone.  The phone has  a 3.5-inch touch screen and a full QWERTY keyboard. Other specs include: ......continue reading

Adobe subsidizing NFL broadcast?

Desktop Flash Player, Silverlight, Video Technology September 9th, 2008

I came accross this article on Seekingalpha web site, that discussed possibility of Adobe subsidizing NBC.com’s NFL broadcast so they use Flash video instead of Silverlight. NBC uses Microsoft Silverlight for Olympics broadcast. I know that MLB.com is using Silverlight already, and getting these game networks to use Flash or Silverlight is perhaps one of the smartest way to market the technology. ......continue reading

MLB.Com using Microsoft Silverlight for paid subscription

Desktop Flash Player, Flash Lite ports, Silverlight August 15th, 2008

Take a look at the mlb.com’s paid subscription site. It is already using Microsoft Silverlight for live streaming. It says that the plug-in offers ‘better video handeling’ and ‘dynamic resizing’ among other things. The download is available for both PC and Mac. ......continue reading

Apple’s MobileMe is buggy (and uses Sproutcore - could have used Flash instead ;)

Devices- iPhone, Flash Enabled Devices, Flash Lite ports, Mobile applications July 28th, 2008

Walt Mossberg, a frequent technology contributor to Wall Street Journal has several complaints about MobileMe.  MobileMe is a service that promises uniform email, web and calender accross different internet connected devices, including iPhone. I am sure several of you must have known that MobileMe uses Sproutcore, a Javascript based technology that apparently is being promoted by Apple instead of Flash. ......continue reading