Posts Tagged ‘ flash ’

Ubuntu Phone OS Demo on Samsung Galaxy Nexus Android Smartphone at 2013 CES (Video)

January 14, 2013
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In this video from the 2013 CES in Vegas, we go hands on with the upcoming Ubuntu Phone OS running on a Samsung Galaxy Nexus Android smartphone. “Ubuntu for phones” is not to be confused with Canonical’s two-in-one “Ubuntu for Android” solution, which allows users to run the Android OS on their handset while...
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Android 4.1 Jelly Bean 9.1.39 Update for Verizon Motorola Droid RAZR HD and MAXX HD Leaked (Download)

November 2, 2012

An early build of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean has leaked out for Verizon’s Motorola DROID RAZR HD and DROID RAZR MAXX HD smartphones. The leaked 9.1.39 build is available to flash for advanced owners who are brave enough to put their devices at risk. Its stability is unclear at the moment, but the leakster...
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Samsung Starts Mass Production of ‘Ultra-Fast’ Flash Memory for Smartphones and Tablets

August 2, 2012

Samsung has kicked off its mass-production efforts for ultra-fast flash memory, in 16, 32 and 64 GB densities, for Android-powered smartphones and tablets. The Samsung eMMC (Embedded Multimedia Card) Pro Class 1500 claims the industry’s quickest speeds for an embedded memory device – reading data at up to 140 MB/s and writing it at...
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Adobe Discontinues Flash Player with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean

June 29, 2012

As expected, Adobe is following through with their plans to discontinue Flash Player for mobile web browsers, particularly on the Android platform. Devices running Android 4.1 Jelly Bean won’t have access to the Flash Player browser plugin in the Google Play Store at all. Current smartphones or tablets with Flash certification, basically devices running...
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Flash Player updated to support Android 4.0 ICS

December 16, 2011

As promised, Adobe has updated their Flash Player plug-in for Android to bring support for smartphones and tablets running Ice Cream Sandwich. It also includes performance improvements and bug fixes “related to security and stability.” Head over to the Android Market to get the free update to Flash Player Tweet
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Adobe to update Flash for Galaxy Nexus in December

November 30, 2011

Some Samsung Galaxy Nexus users were quite surprised to find out that their latest and greatest Android smartphone isn’t capable of displaying Flash content, despite that being a highly touted feature on the Android platform. As you’ve read several times on this blog, Adobe has quit the mobile Flash business. However, they previously mentioned...
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Adobe to update Flash Player for Android 4.0 by year-end

November 21, 2011

Adobe will cease Flash Player development for the Android platform, but not before they squeeze in one more significant update. The final major release of Flash on Android will bring with it Ice Cream Sandwich compatibility. This means users can continue to use Flash on many upcoming smartphones and tablets, at least until Android...
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Adobe confirms end of Flash Player for Android devices

November 9, 2011

Today, Adobe confirmed an earlier report that they will be discontinuing Flash Player development for smartphones and tablets. They will instead concentrate efforts on AIR for mobile and HTML5. Read the official statement below. HTML5 is now universally supported on major mobile devices, in some cases exclusively. This makes HTML5 the best solution for...
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Adobe to quit mobile Flash business, concentrate on HTML5

November 9, 2011

Adobe is planning to shutdown development of their mobile Flash platform, according to a source close to the situation. Statement from Adobe: Our future work with Flash on mobile devices will be focused on enabling Flash developers to package native apps with Adobe AIR for all the major app stores. We will no longer...
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Skyfire browser with flash demoed on iPad, coming soon

December 17, 2010

Smartphone users know the Skyfire brand because of the browser’s ability to play flash content. It’s been made available previously on Windows Mobile, and recently on Android and iPhone. The next evolution for Skyfire? The iPad, of course! The folks at Skyfire Labs have announced Skyfire for Apple’s hit iPad, which as you know,...
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