900 readersCheck out the Flash Player 10.1 and AIR 2 mobile preview videos showing off Flash (on the HTC HD2 and Nexus One, Dell Mini 5 tablet, Palm Pre, and Motorola Droid) and AIR (on NVIDIA Tegra-powered tablet, and Droid).
1393 readersAdobe TV has put up a consolidated list of videos on their “Mobile World Congress 2010 page: Episodes: Flash Player 10.1 coming to BlackBerry Devices Brightcove goes mobile with Flash Player 10.1 Nvidia runs Flash Player 10.1 and Adobe AIR on Tablets Dell Mini 5 Tablet HTC HD2 and Nexus One Adobe Air Mobile on
6327 readers Adobe and Wired magazine just introduced a new digital magazine concept that provides an immersive, interactive content experience for readers as well as innovative possibilities for advertisers. The video above
1469 readersAdobe and Wired have teamed up to demonstrate a richly interactive tablet-based prototype form of the magazine. It features embedded 360° object viewers, support for video and audio content, and the ability to rotate the page using the tablet's accelerometer. Check out the demo: So, what tablets will this support? In short, lots. I believe
2105 readersToshiba has a new Android based tablet on the way, and has launched a site to promote it. And as reported by All Things Digital, on the new site Toshiba proudly declares that their device runs Flash, but visit with an iOS powered device and you'll see this image. Nice going, Toshiba!
2024 readersPretty cool. NVIDIA shows the GPU acceleration possible with Flash 10.1 (specifically with Flash Video). Neil Trevett of NVIDIA shows how Flash Player 10.1 enables smooth HD web video across devices, including inexpensive netbooks powered by NVIDIA’s next-generation ION GPU. For more videos from partners working with Adobe, check out youtube.
12133 readersThere was so much exciting news to come out of Barcelona this week if you are a fan of mobile devices. We saw Flash Player 10.1 and Adobe AIR both announced on the Android platform. As I’m sure you have seen from the demos, not only are these technologies running on Android, but they are
3253 readersAn interview from allthingsdigital in which Kevin Lynch shows off some mobile and device experiences which are either creating by Adobe Tooling (aka CS5), or leveraging Flash Player 10.1/AIR for Mobile for in-browser and out of-browser Flash experiences. Watch the interview The Wired “digital-magazine” concept is demoed running a Dell Tablet. Also the Google Nexus
1236 readersIf you haven't seen what the future of digital publishing looks like, this is it, powered by Adobe Flash, AIR and tablet devices. You can bet there is more of this to come...iPhone SDK Section 331 aside, I think it would be difficult or imp...
1778 readersMark Doherty (Adobe) has posted links to some videos demoing some tablets powered by the NVIDIA TEGRA chipset which supports the Flash 10.1 runtime. From gaming sites to mapping apps, Adobe Platform Evangelist Mark Doherty demos a bunch of websites that have been optimized for Flash Player 10.1. Also, here’s a new video showing an
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