Flash Games for all You Froyo Users!

The world’s largest browser based games network, Mochi Media, is announcing that they will be launching a Flash 10.1 based site that will allow Froyo users to play 25 browser based games on launch. From the press release: The site, m.mochigames.com will feature more than 25 games and will ...

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Engadget’s Flash Face Off Pins Android 2.1 Against Android 2.2 [VIDEO]

Engadget decided to give the Android faithful a head to head video showing Flash 10.1 versus Flash Lite.  In one corner we have a Nexus One running Android 2.2 with Flash 10.1 installed.  In the other corner, we have an HTC Desire running Flash Lite in the browser.  With nearly equal hardware, ...

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Android 2.2 To Recommend ‘Flash-enabled’ Websites To Users

Engadget is reporting that the latest version of Android — you know, the one with 450 percent performance improvement and  Flash playback — will, upon updating, guide you to visit a selection of Flash-enabled websites.  In my eyes, this is a direct counter by Adobe and Google of ...

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Will Google Go After Flash Developers Next?

We’ve learned over the last few days that Google is proactively seeking Apple developers, attempting to woo them with free phones.  Not a bad strategy if you can afford to toss a few hundred bucks at each person you want.  Now that the platform is established and super phones are coming ...

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Adobe Previews Flash/AIR Games Coming to Android

If you’ve been wondering what Flash/AIR games were coming to Android when Flash 10.1 hits, today is your lucky day.  Thanks to Adobe Indie Developer Josh Tynjala we now have a idea of what is being planned. Remember, these apps were built using an early version of AIR, they will probably ...

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Dell to Offer 800MHz of Froyo Sexiness with ‘Flash’

That picture you are staring above this paragraph… it’s a Dell phone. Yep, that sleek beauty is called the Flash and it’s yet another Android phone to begin pining over. Engadget has scored what appears to be an entire handset roadmap for the PC giant tonight and this marks ...

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Adobe AIR on the Android Platform

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, ...

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Adobe CEO: “Flash Coming to Android Second Half of Year”

Here we go again. The on-again-off-again rumors of whether Flash is coming to Android took a turn for the good today. Adobe’s CEO Shantanu Narayen was on FOX Business speaking about Creative Suite 5 (CS5) when the subject switched to mobile. Deals, Discounts, Freebies, and More! Click ...

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Flash Player on the Nexus One

What most smart phone browsers lack is having a Flash Player. The developers at Adobe and members of the Open Screen Project are very close at solving this problem. The Nexus One has become the ideal device to test Flash Player 10.1, with its Snapdragon 1GHz processor. The video below shows ...

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Candid Camera: Does Hero Need a Flash?

The vast majority of people wish that Sprint’s Hero had a flash. While a flash would be a nice addition, I don’t think it’s really all that necessary. I mean, who really takes that many pictures in pitch dark? Let’s focus on the real area of concern… low light. ...

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Flash Player 10 Coming to Android in October

Adobe’s Flash Player 10 is coming to Android, officially.  No more speculation or hoping… we are a ‘go’ for launch. During a recent earnings call for Adobe, President and CEO Shantanu Naraye announced that Flash Mobile 10 will arriving in beta form this October.  The ...

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My Impression of the G1 So Far

Vamien weighs in with his initial impressions of Android 1.0 and the T-Mobile G1 handset.

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