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Windows Mobile and Flash Lite support

Browsers, Devices- Cellphones, Flash Lite 3, Flash Lite ports, Mobile applications, Mobile phones, OS- Windows Mobile/CE January 14th, 2009

There were a few ‘brief’ demos shown at CES of Fash Lite running on Windows Mobile, according to an article in Tech Radar. The Flash Lite is supposed to be available on new version of Windows Mobile devices in the first quarter of 2009, but apparently one can not upgrade existing handsets. ......continue reading

FL3.1 IE plug-in for Windows Mobile

Devices- Handheld, Flash Enabled Devices, Flash Lite 3, Flash Lite ports, OS- Windows Mobile/CE, Operating Systems September 30th, 2008

Calsoftlabs now has ported FL3.1 IE plug-in to Windows Mobile/CE. As some of you know, customized FL3.1 is available to OEMs via distributor like us. Calsoftlabs is primarily a services company, and we work on Flash per customer requirement. We often get requests from customers trying to integrate FL3.1 into their WM/CE platform (given the processor is powerful enough). With this, users will have the ability to use FL3.1 just like any other plug-in on WM/CE platform. Users can also use this to create a standalone ActiveX control that can be invoked outside of browser. ......continue reading

Intel’s atoms

Devices- Embedded, Semiconductors June 3rd, 2008

 intel-atoms.jpeg                                                           Oops- I meant Intel’s Atom processor. Intel is moving full steam with it. Apparently Intel’s keynote at Computex in Taipei focused on mobile devices, and announcement of its new line of Atom processors, codenamed ‘Diamondville’. ......continue reading

Windows mobile to grow at 50% over next two years

Mobile phones, Operating Systems May 28th, 2008

         Msft logo             Microsoft claims that Windows Mobile OS will grow at 50% over the next two years. Total shipment of WinMobile devices is expected to be 20 million this year. ......continue reading

Sony Mylo running optimized On2

Flash Enabled Devices, Flash Lite 3 February 20th, 2008

There’s a recent announcement from On2 that optimized version of their VP6 codec has been used in Sony Mylo device. I believe this is the first announced Flash Lite device using optimized On2 codec. As you know, Flash Lite almost entirely runs on native processor. Video is often CPU intensive, and in our experience, even a good CPU has choked running full screen video- especially at Mylo’s resolution at 800×480. My guess is that its gotta be more than 400MHz CPU, most likely ARM11 class. I have no idea how much RAM there is- but I bet its plenty. Older generation Mylo ran ARM9 from Freescale and Linux OS /QTopia. ......continue reading