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Adobe announces OTA Flash Lite player

Desktop Flash Player, Devices- Cellphones, Devices- Handheld, Flash Enabled Devices, Flash Lite 3, Mobile applications, OS- Windows Mobile/CE, Operating Systems November 24th, 2008

At last week’s MAX conference, Adobe announced that Flash Lite OTA package is now available to developers. What this means is that Flash Lite can now be included in the release package. Developers no longer need to worry if the device already has Flash installed on a particular device or not. The package is available for Symbian and Windows Mobile OS, and a complete list of devices is available on Adobe web site. ......continue reading

S60 5th edition and Flash Lite

Desktop Flash Player, Devices- Cellphones, Flash Lite 3, Flash Lite ports, Mobile phones, Operating Systems October 7th, 2008

Nokia has released S60 5th edition SDK and tools. The first S60 5th edition based phone is going to 5800 Xpress. The release is expected to be much more advanced that earlier editions, especially with Flash Lite integration. ......continue reading

LiMo mobile linux takes on Nokia and Google

Android, Devices- Cellphones, Devices- iPhone, Mobile applications, Mobile phones, OS- Windows Mobile/CE, Operating Systems September 5th, 2008

Limo foundation, an open source Linux community for mobile phones has been doing well, and has just shipped 22nd mobilephone (Motorola Rokr EM30) with with Limo support. The foundation boasts 50 companies in its membership list, including heavyweights such as Motorola, Orange, NTT Docomo and Samsung. ......continue reading

Symbian open source to benefit Google?

Android, Devices- iPhone July 1st, 2008

Huh? Why would Google benefit from Nokia’s move? After all the move was meant to give leg up to Symbian over Android. Symbian is the most dominant OS in mobile world, the logically thinking, after making it open source, more companies would start using it since now its free. ......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