When Adobe announced it would no longer continue to develop Flash Player for mobile browsers, it left the Android community wondering if Ice Cream Sandwich would end up suffering from no flash support. When the Galaxy Nexus launched without Flash support, it further fed the …
Adobe announced early this morning that they will be releasing new Flash Player and AIR utilities next month which will let developers combine HTML5, Flash, and other code. Due in early October, Flash Player 11 and AIR 3 will bring accelerated 2D and 3D graphics …
About two weeks ago now, I upgraded my phone to the HTC Evo4G. I switched from what now feels like an ancient (and tiny) HTC Hero. And although I had Android 2.2 running on my rooted Hero, this phone feels like a completely new experience. Yes of course its way faster, and the screen is way bigger. But its more than that. I think the biggest difference is having Flash.
By Andy Rubin, Google VP of Engineering, Android Partnerships have been at the very heart of Android, the first truly open and comprehensive mobile platform, since we first introduced it with the Open Handset Alliance. Through close relationships with carriers, device manufacturers, developers, and others, …
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