Samsung’s labs have been hard at work on some new camera flashes and today, they took a post on Samsung Tomorrow as the perfect place to talk all about them. Unfortunately, most of the post is pretty technical and doesn’t mean much to us except that these new flash modules will output more light and ... Read More »
Just one short year after it was introduced, Adobe announced it would be backing away from Flash for Android. We knew this day was coming, Android 4.1 doesn’t allow for the installation of Flash, and now it’s official. Starting tomorrow, Adobe will disable all new installs of Flash for Android.
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The Amazon Kindle Fire is definitely one of the best deals you can find for an Android tablet. For a mere $200, this tablet has been flying off the shelves, and is even expected to comprise half of the Android tablet market by next year. It is mostly the price/specs that make this ... Read More »
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Adobe Flash Player has been every Android fan’s pride since its release. We love being able to see the web as it is meant to be – with Flash. There has been conflicting opinions since Adobe announced the end of Flash for Android a couple of weeks ago. Some think that it is ... Read More »
The end of development for Flash Player mobile has been a hot topic these past couple days. Adobe announced that HTML5 was the future of mobile media, and that the company needed to put their efforts into that and Air. But is that the only reason?
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Just two days ago, Adobe announced that they’d be abandoning Flash Play for mobile devices, like Android tablets and phones, and instead focusing on HTML5 and Adobe Air. In the announcement for the move, it was revealed that one more major update was coming. Beyond that, there will be some security fixes every ... Read More »
A few weeks back, we reported that the new version of Adobe Flash Player (Flash 11) could be 1,000 times faster than Flash 10, and that the update would be available sometime in “early-October.” At their Adobe MAX 2011 conference today, Adobe announced that both Flash 11 and AIR 3 (the tool that ... Read More »
If you think Adobe Flash Player and Air performance sucks on Android devices, wait till you see what they have planned for the next major updates. Today Adobe announced Flash Player 11 and Air 3, introducing a new architecture called Stage 3D that allows developers to create apps using a mix of Flash, ... Read More »
Wish you could use Netflix but don’t own one of the few compatible devices? Here comes Crackle to the rescue! This app has just made its return from a mysterious disappearance. We’ll forgive them though, since this time around the $4.99 subscription is gone. That’s right. As the title implies, this service is completely free.
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Skyfire has been one of the top alternatives for the stock Android browser, with more than 3 million downloads from the Android Market. Today, our great Skyfire browser has stepped up and upgraded to version 4.0, now sporting 8 new “killer features.”
Skyfire 4.0′s new features
General Tips Skybar with quick access to the following: ... Read More »