Posts Tagged ‘Adobe’
  • Adobe a wee bit frustrated with Apple over Flash
    by Mike
    Posted November 3rd, 2009 at 6:33 am
    Ya ya, I know as well as pretty much every other walking, breathing creature knows Apple hasn't been impressed with Flash on mobile devices. Hence their reasons for not allowing any form of it on the iPhone. Adobe until recently has been taking a more positive, quieter approach without directly calling out Apple. Either talks are still sour between the two companies or Adobe is straight up done toying around with Apple as a new statement on their website states: Flash Player not available ...
  • Could the iPhone survive without Flash?
    by Mike
    Posted October 6th, 2009 at 7:03 am
    After Adobe's announcement yesterday detailing the wide availability of Flash 10.1 on mobile devices across the board both monetarily and feature wise, many were left scratching their heads as to why the iPhone wasn't anywhere to be seen. We all know 'ol Stevie's position on the matter -- that Flash is not refined enough to be run on mobile hardware. However, with mobile devices starting to get packed with 1GHz+ processors, the rationale behind this argument may be worth another look... (m...
  • Flash finally coming to the iPhone: Adobe announced Flash apps for iPhone/iPod Touch
    by Mike
    Posted October 5th, 2009 at 2:02 pm
    **Disclaimer: As to not confuse anyone, Flash web browser support (read: watching/listening/viewing flash based content via Mobile Safari) is still unsupported and not possible at this time. However, Flash inside of applications is an entirely different story. Flash, the often sought after white knight of the mobile web is coming to an iPhone/iPod Touch near you. In fact, it's already here. More about that in moment though**. While the story we discussed earlier pinned just about ever...
  • Adobe Flash coming to more mobiles in 2010
    by Mike
    Posted October 5th, 2009 at 5:38 am
    Flash, long the sticking point in the move to experience a full desktop-like internet experience on a mobile device is getting closer to becoming a reality for those on the go. As more and more websites incorporate flash into the designs, mobile users get pushed further and further away from the "real" web as it was intended to be experienced. Adobe however has a solution, which they just announced in Adobe Flash 10.1. This new variant will give mobile devices of all platforms (iPhone NOT i...
  • Intel + Adobe + Your Living Room = “Seamless Viewing Experience”!
    by Mike
    Posted January 5th, 2009 at 11:07 am
    I love this time of year.  Christmas is great and all but the real stuff happens in January.  CES and Macworld (well at least CES will still be here next year) are two big consumer electronics shows that always have me hitting the refresh button on my browser every 10 seconds just waiting for the next "break through" product to be announced.  Two companies who are getting a leg up on the competition and already starting to announce the big plans for the year are Adobe and Intel.  These ...
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