Starting tonight, Verizon will begin rolling out a software update for their Motorola Xoom tablet which will prepare the device to receive Flash Player 10.2. Back in February Adobe said Flash Player would be available for Honeycomb tablets within a few weeks after the Xoom launch, so it looks like they will meet their ... Read More »
Verizon will deliver a new OTA update (build FRG22D) to the Motorola Droid starting tomorrow which will finally bring Flash Player 10.1 to the device, according to our friend Kellen over at Droid Life.
Unlike the recent HTC EVO update, Flash Player 10.1 will not be bundled with the 1.6 MB software update. ... Read More »
Previously we believed that Flash Player 10.1 would require a top of the line mobile processor, but new information suggest it could make an appearance on some mainstream devices.
Adobe has invited several members of the media who are “passionate about Android” to their San Francisco office next week for what they are calling their Android Summit. The event will be held on August 16th and focus on Flash Player 10.1, AIR, Google TV, and gaming.
Now that the Motorola Droid 2 has been officially announced, Adobe wants to make sure that everyone knows it will be the first phone to come with the completely redesigned Flash Player 10.1 out of the box.
Flash 10.1 is currently in beta (version 3) on the Android Market, but we were told ... Read More »
With both of their upcoming Droid devices leaking left and right for the last several weeks it was only a matter of time until we finally saw something official from Verizon or Motorola and here it is.
The invite above went out today notifying the press of an event in New ... Read More »
Adobe evangelist Ryan Stewart has taunted us before and he is back again with a new YouTube video. In his latest upload, Ryan is showing off the latest version of Flash 10.1 on his Nexus One. Adobe gave all their employees Android phones and we recently learned that Flash ... Read More »
The whole “Flash vs. Apple” debate seems to be each side taking a series of shots at each other, so why not add one more to the mix? Cnet reports that with Adobe looking to show off Flash for Android at Google I/O, the company will also be receiving free Android phones (that support Flash, of course) for their employees.
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If you read our Android 2.2 preview yesterday, you might have noticed I speculated that the Flash 10.1 beta could make an appearance next month. Sometimes my predictions are way off, but Flash 10.1 is overdue and the evidence is beginning to mount that a release is near.
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