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What does the death of Flash mean for Android?

Now that Flash is being discontinued, what does it mean for Android? Many say Steve Jobs’ manifesto against Adobe’s technology was the beginning of the end for Flash, and the iPad seemed to have helped drive a nail into that coffin. As Adobe shifts its focus from Flash to HTML5 and other technol ... Full Article »

November 10, 2011 9:23am

Adobe to switch focus from Flash to HTML5 on mobile devices

Danny Winokur, VP and GM of Interactive Development at Adobe, today announced via a blog posting that the company is no longer going to develop Flash for mobile devices, mobile apps and PC browsing. Adobe will embrace HTML5 further and continue to develop that technology instead. Famously, Steve Jo ... Full Article »

November 9, 2011 2:45pm

Adobe Flash 11 to bring 3D glory to Android game developers

The game market for Android is certainly expanding, from the technology side as well as the publisher’s. Adobe is enabling the tech side of things, with the release of the new Flash Player 11 and Air 3 (coming in October). The updates will enable 3D games within its Flash media player, expanding o ... Full Article »

September 21, 2011 9:52am

Google, Adobe embrace HTML5 with new launches

Google’s looking for a more uniform approach to its mobile search application, and HTML5 is showing the most promise in this regard. The update is geared for tablet users, with optimized viewing for portrait and landscape orientations. Google’s new search design is found on iOS and Android 3.1 d ... Full Article »

August 1, 2011 9:32am

Amazon Android apps to drive down pricing?

Is Amazon (AMZN) launching an Android app store to compete with Google’s (GOOG) own? The beauty of Android is its diversity, with an open platform enabling manufacturers and publishers to develop custom interfaces and products for consumers. But Amazon, known for its competitive pricing strategy, ... Full Article »

March 18, 2011 11:00am

Amazon’s Android store gets exclusive Angry Birds Rio

Google (GOOG) may have hit a bump in the road with the discovery of 50 or so infected applications in the Android Market, but apps are still hot commodities in the mobile ecosystem. As Android’s platform becomes a unifying factor for app distribution, third party manufacturers fully intend to buil ... Full Article »

March 14, 2011 10:25am

Xoom hits shelves Thursday, without Flash

Motorola’s (MMI) Xoom, the flagship Android tablet that carries Google’s (GOOG) Android 3.0 Honeycomb operating system, is already hitting stores for its release this Thursday. But bad news if you’re hoping it grab one to get your full Internet experience, because like the Apple (AAPL) iPad, t ... Full Article »

February 22, 2011 2:30pm

Angry Birds’ seasonal love fest hits the Android Market

Angry birdie love Love is in the air, and so are our favorite aviary warriors. Angry Birds’ Valentine’s Day edition has finally hit the Market, with an update to the Seasons game. The pink-themed version comes with 15 new levels and three unlockables, along with those special Golden Eggs that a ... Full Article »

February 8, 2011 9:29am

Kongregate Arcade returns to Android with 300+ free games

On a recent Friday night, I headed over to, a super-popular Flash gaming destination boasting thousands of free games powered by Adobe's popular authoring tool. With more than 34,000 users logged-in with access to nearly 38,000 free games, the place was jumping. As you know, our Droi ... Full Article »

January 31, 2011 11:07am

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