This is something that normally wouldn’t be part of the topics on this blog, but the risk of driving and texting is something everyone with a smartphone should be aware of. Werner Herzog is a famous documentary filmmaker, and the 30 minute documentary “From One Second To The Next” clearly reflects it. Herzog is considered [...]
“Toshiba is taking it straight to the iPad in a new Web site that teases the coming arrival of its Android tablet. On the site, Toshiba touts the features its tablet has that the iPad lacks, such as rear-facing and front-facing cameras, a replaceable battery, USB and HDMI ports. “Sure being a wireless gadget nomad [...]
Since 85% of Alexa top 100 websites use Flash, and 75% of all video on the web is Flash, having the Flash Player on a tablet is the only way to experience the true web. Phil McKinney, VP and CTO of Hewlett-Packard’s Personal Systems Group posted the following on a HP blog: “With this slate [...]
Serge Jesper was challenged during Mobile World Congress to find all Flash enabled devices. Here is his journey: The MWC2010 Flash Challenge from Serge Jespers on Vimeo.
Is Flash Player really too slow to run on mobile devices? Not when to comes to Eric Schmidt, CEO of Google. Google showcased Flash Player 10.1 running on an Android device during the Mobile World Congress keynote. Part of the demo was the New York Times website – this time fully functional with Flash enabled, [...]
Great video from the Adobe MAX keynote – no comment required ;-).