I know most of you are thinking to yourselves, “here we go again”, Adobe has announced plans to bring Adobe AIR to Android. This platform will allow developers to make flash based games for Android devices.
Motorola has been on a tear as of late with Android after Android and I am loving it. The more the merrier. Their latest incarnation will be call the Quench/Cliq XT. This device was spied earlier and codenamed the Zepplin.
HTC has added a new feature to the Sense UI home screen. It will now have multi touch support on the home screen as well. Soon you will be able to zoom in and out on the main screen by utilizing the pinch zoom feature.
We have been waiting for Flash on our non Sense UI Androids since it was demoed way back when on the G1. It was supposed to be released early this year but that might not happen.
Remember the Notion Ink Adam? Ahead of their Mobile World Congress 2010 appearance next week, we caught up with the Notion Ink team to find out about Flash support, digital content, the latest prototype news and why developers
If Bsquare have their way, it won’t just be the HTC Hero that gets Flash playback capabilities: all Android devices will. The company has announced its Flash browser plugin for ARM-based Android devices, such as the HTC
After Andy Rubin demonstrated Flash working on the T-Mobile G1 last November, the assumption has been that the technology would arrive on Android sooner rather than later. Five months on, and there’s still no sign from
This week Pixelpipe was introduced into the world providing all G1 owners the ability to better get photos off of you handset and onto the Internet. Publish photos to your favorite social networking site such as MySpace or
This morning at Adobe’s MAX event, Andy Rubin made an appearance and had a chance to show a brief demo. Do we even have to say what it was he was doing there? Here is a hint, he was doing a demo with the beloved T-Mobile G1.
What a week it has been for Android Community. We started off with a story about T-Mobile selling 1.5 million G1 handsets already in pre-orders. T-Mobile has refused to comment on these numbers, suggesting that they are far too