Steve Jobs Was Right About Flash All Along, Adobe Stops Development On Mobile Browser Flash

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Nov 092011
 

According to a report published earlier today, Adobe will be pulling support for Flash on browsers for mobile devices.


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CDMA iPhone 4 makes its way to Cricket Wireless (via jailbreak)

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Mar 072011
 

As any astute follower of the “pay-as-you-go” world knows, there are quite a few back alley Cricket dealers (and quite a few main street ones as well) that will happily flash any phone you give them for use on their network — and not even Verizon’s CDMA iPhone is immune. Ready to jump ship from “America’s largest?” Of course, you’ll have to jailbreak, install some third party MMS software, and trust some random dude at the Cricket store with your precious smartphone. We’re not saying it’s wise, but it is possible, as the video below attests. Continue reading »

SkyFire Web Browser Coming Soon For iPad

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Dec 232010
 

It was just last month that Skyfire released its Skyfire Web Browser app for iPhone and iPod Touch. As you might be already aware, one of the most interesting aspects about browser app is its ability to run Adobe Flash videos – specially when you consider Apple’s stand against the multimedia platform.

Folks at Skyfire have been working on the iPad app and it looks like it will be available shortly as they’ve submitted it to Apple for approval. Continue reading »

Jul 072010
 

If you were missing Adobe Flash content on your iPad then we’ve some great news for you.

Frash, the hack that was going to allow Flash content to run on Apple’s iDevices is now available for iPad.

You can currently install Frash only on a jailbroken iPad.

Here are the installation instructions courtesy folks at Engadget:

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Jul 042010
 

Apple’s CEO Steve Jobs had posted an open letter elaborating on the reasons why Apple has chosen not to allow Adobe Flash on their platform.

But that hasn’t stopped folks from figuring out a way to hack iOS to get Flash content to work on Apple’s iDevices.

Comex, developer of Spirit jailbreak, one of the easiest tools to jailbreak iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch running iPhone OS 3.1.3 has just joined that effort.

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Flash Sometimes Works And Sometimes Doesn’t On HTC EVO 4G

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Jun 192010
 

We have seen a lot of public discussion in the past over Apple’s decision to not allow Flash on the iOS platform. While several users have questioned Apple’s decision, Steve Jobs has maintained that the multimedia platform degrades performance and ruins battery life.

Steve Jobs’ statements against Flash have been severely challenged by Adobe executives. However, the consensus among industry observers has been that Flash may still not be completely ready for the mobile platform.

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May 282010
 

There is currently no way to get Flash on your iDevice, not even for the jailbroken iPad, iPhone or iPod touch. Enters CloudBrowse, an iPhone app
available in the US App Store which enables browsing full Flash-enabled websites via a shared web browser on a remote server.

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iPhone 4g iPod and iPad Will Have A camera flash

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May 192010
 

Besides AT&T tethering and some groovy background images, the iPhone 4 Beta 4 update does have exciting information to share with us.  We are pretty sure the iPhone 4 is going to have a LED Flash, no surprise there:

But maybe some other devices are going to have cameras with a Flash?  iPad?  iPod touch?  it wasn’t immediately apparent from any of the recent prototypes, but there it is, in the iPhoneOS 4 code:

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CBS Will Have iPad-friendly HTML5 video for all content by this Fall

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May 072010
 

May 052010
 

Adobe CTO Kevin Lynch says Flash works just fine on the Apple iPhone, thank you very much — and he thinks that’s exactly why Apple keeps on denying it access. Speaking at the Web 2.0 Expo in San Francisco, he explained his belief that by eliminating Flash, Cupertino is forcing developers to build apps natively for iPhone OS rather than one of Adobe’s cross-platform solutions, and thus creating a “walled garden” of applications that users must flock to an iDevice to be able to use.

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