Posts Tagged ‘Adobe’

It won’t take much searching on XDA developers to find a copy of the as yet unreleased Flash 10.2 for Android.   I’m currently testing it on an Advent Vega tablet, BBC iPlayer is showing improved performance for a start.  Skipping to the middle of a video no longer puts the audio out of sync […]


Give this a try and let me know how it goes.


I’ve always been obsessed with the idea of a consumer camera that could take a 360 degree picturebut  retaining depth information so that after taking an image you could focus on any part, or even use it to build a 3D model with photogeometry. I think Adobe have just built the most important element, plenoptic lenses, […]


It looks like an enterprising group of developers have figured out how to convert Flash ads and simple content into Javascript/html5.  Full streaming video might still be out of range but this looks mostly aimed at advertisers who want to convert their content quickly for the Apple mobile ecosystems. Smokescreen have a few demos on […]


CNET reports that Apple could be under investigation for more than just it’s iTunes practices and upsetting Adobe over the ban on Flash/Flash based apps for iPhone. Apparently DoJ investigators are talking to Hollywood and other media sectors about Apple’s practices, though at the moment this is mostly rumour with no official statements yet.


I first saw this rumour from Marcos Viladomiu at Logitech yesterday,now the Register are pickinging it up with more tweet rumours. Apple have apparently been working in their own alternative to Flash and showed it to a select few last summer. This might explain Steve’s sudden militant stand against Adobe. How well another Flash competitor […]


Charlie Stross, one of my favourite futurist writers, has written a shirt article on why he thinks Steve Jobs hates flash. It can be found here