5384 readersGoogle has announced the Nexus S, the Nexus S is Android 2.3 OS and Flash Player 10.1 enabled phone. The Nexus S runs on a 1 GHz Hummingbird processor, which is the same CPU as found on the Galaxy S, and features a contoured display. Along with WiFi, Bluetooth, accelerometer, gyroscope, GPS, proximity [...]
6267 readersDeveloped a simple Flickr search application using Flex 4, targeting Flash Player 10.1 on Google Nexus One. This application lets users search for photos on Flickr and uses the API provided by Flash Player 10.1 to handle touch events. Here is the video of the application: It took 3 hours for me to understand the
3912 readersGoogle has released videos documenting the life cycle of a Nexus One phone. The new Google phone surpasses the iPhone in nearly every way. Its short comings have already been made up for with Google’s announcements of Multi-touch capabilities. Soon the phone will be Flash enabled. The Nexus One is truly revolutionary. Kudos to Google
958 readersFlash Player 10.1 on Google’s Nexus One Phone Adrian Ludwig demos an early version of Flash Player 10.1 on Nexus One, the new Google branded phone. Thanks to Open Screen Project, in which Google is a part of. Share this on del.icio.us Digg this! Tweet This! Buzz up! Share this on Reddit Stumble upon something
1932 readersA vision demo of what could be an eBanking experience on smartphones.
2171 readersAnother revolution in smart phones by the biggest revolution in Web history: Google’s Nexus One. Web meets phone… again. (Nexus One website) Google released the Nexus One last week. The most powerful and advanced HTC handset with the latest 2.1 release of Android OS. The reviews have been amazing. Tech media has given this device just
3014 readersToday, Google hosted an “Android Press Gathering” where they revealed the detailed of the Google “Nexus One” phone. Shortly thereafter, Adobe posted the following video demonstration of Flash Player 10.1 running on the forthcoming Android 2.1 (coming soon for Nexus One, Droid, so forth): Looks like it’s running very nicely on the device! I’ve been
1995 readersI’ve shown some videos of the Flash Player 10.1 running on my Google Nexus One phone. Soon, you’ll be able to record your own videos, showcasing your own applications because the Flash Player 10.1 and AIR 2.0 will be released as public betas. I’ve tested the private beta of Adobe AIR on Android, and it’s
2529 readersIn the video below I present my new demo of real-time connectivity between applications running on different devices like Apple phone, Nexus One and my Mac. Apple phone runs AIR application built with Flash (source code available here), on the desktop is also an AIR app but built with Flex (source code available here) and
1070 readersAdrian Ludwig demos the upcoming Flash Player 10.1 running on the new Android powered Google Nexus One phone:
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