Posts Tagged ‘playback’
  • Flash 10.1 shown running on Moto DROID. *Almost* seamless.
    by Mike
    Posted January 11th, 2010 at 10:40 am
    One of the biggest hurdles left for the mobile sphere is Flash. Flash technology is ubiquitous across the web. Because of that, even some of the best of the best smartphones and mobile operating systems can't access true "full" versions of sites. For several years now, developers of both hardware and software have said it's coming. A little over a year ago, a couple players from Nokia and Windows Mobile were finally graced with the ability to view Flash content. Especially considering Nokia...
  • Sony’s Rachel UI flaunts her goods for the video camera!
    by Mike
    Posted October 31st, 2009 at 9:17 pm
    Ya, this is one of those times where I just need to keep words to a minimum and let the video do it's thing. In case you can't see the movie, in short: these leaked conceptual demos of Sony's "Rachel" UI are stunning and give Android's pathetic stock media capabilities a kick in the digital groin. So much so I would even compare these as good or better than the iPhone. I love the iPhone's media capabilities and perhaps it could just be that I'm tired of seeing the same thing attempted on so...
  • Aw snap: EyeTV pulls a fast one on ‘ol Apple. 3G Streaming a go.
    by Mike
    Posted October 16th, 2009 at 12:36 pm
    If you want to give the finger to AT&T; and Apple, what better way than to transcend across one of the most hallowed bans -- 3G video streaming. EyeTV developed by elgato is your vehicle to do just that. Forget the fact that it's an amazing piece of software that lets you record, rewind, edit, and watch video content 'till your heart's content. The real deal is the latest development on the iPhone front. It's sneaky, I feel bad hyping it up as it will only draw attention which will probably l...
  • Quicker backups on iTunes 8.0
    by Mike
    Posted September 11th, 2008 at 1:21 am
    Tonight I finally had a chance to sit down and connect my iPhone to iTunes and back it up. Wow is all I can say. Back ups went from around 90 minutes down to around 10! Still kinda lengthy, but much better compared to what it's been. Hopefully iPhone OS 2.1 further reduces the backup times. Ontop of the shorter backups, the "dramatically improved battery life" has me excited. I'd like to get back to living each day without planning my next move based on where there's an outlet. ...
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