801 readersWant to know about battery life and performance of Flash Player 10.1 on the Google Nexus One? So did fellow Adobe evangelist Ryan Stewart. So he chatted with the Vinay Ramani, Product Manager for mobile runtimes, and has shared what he learned.
1296 readersThere's been lots of discussion about the upcoming Flash Player 10.1 and its phenomenal performance on the 1GHz processor Google Nexus One. But what about battery life? Fellow Adobe evangelist Mark Doherty weighs in on this one in a post entitled Battery Performance with Flash Player 10.1 on Nexus One.
1736 readersRyan Stewart had a demo video showing off the capabilities of in-browser Flash Player 10.1 running on the Google Nexus One (Android): Although the player isn’t “fully baked” (quite yet), this is convincing proof that Adobe is closer than ever to providing developers with desktop to device parity … even if it is very top
1648 readersThere's been a bit of FUD being thrown about battery consumption by Flash Player 10.1 on Android. If you're confused by what's being said check out Mark Doherty's post that provides demonstrations of Flash Player running video on Android and the effect on the battery indicator? It also contains the battery usage charts from Android
1848 readersAt Google I/O Vic Gundotra, Google VP Engineering announced Flash Player 10.1 and Adobe AIR 2.5 running on FroYo. Flash Mobile Blog said, While today’s announcement is all about Android, our target mobile operating systems for Flash Player also include Windows Phone 7, webOS, Symbian, and BlackBerry. Adobe provides a porting kit and Linux-based reference
1414 readersWhen I did my video of various bits of Flash content running on the Nexus One, the overwhelming theme that kept coming up was battery life. I know battery life is something that both users and Flash developers are curious about. Flash provides access to a wealth of rich content. Video, games, and animation are
991 readersSurprise! Today at Google I/O Vic Gundotra, Google VP Engineering announced Flash Player 10.1 and Adobe AIR 2.5 running on FroYo. The launch today represents a milestone that we’ve been working towards for some time, and all of us at Adobe are hugely excited to see Flash Player 10.1 finally get into the hands of
992 readersRyan Stewart (Adobe) had a chance to record a segment which demonstrates streaming live Flash Video on a Google Nexus over a 3G connection. Streaming live video on the Nexus One with Flash Player 10.1
2159 readersIt’s great to see all the excitement about Flash Player 10.1 coming to mobile devices! Though some people need to learn to get their facts straight before jumping to conclusions. One of the biggest improvements in Flash Player 10.1 is the memory and CPU consumption which obviously also has a big impact on the battery
1992 readersThis video showcases an absolutely astounding capability of the new Google Nexus One smartphone running the Android operating system (FroYo 2.2) with Adobe Flash Player 10.1. Mingleverse.com is a 3D immersion technology which allows individuals to tele-port their avatars into virtual universes. Original post at http://technoracle.blogspot.com
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