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December 13, 2010

Flash Device News: Orange will release Froyo for the Samsung Galaxy S

Filed under: Flash Android, Flash Lite News — Tags: , , , , , , — Li YongFei @ 9:11 am

Orange will release Froyo for the Samsung Galaxy S in January, Orange and its partner T-Mobile originally planned to launch Android 2.2 update in November and also planned to be the first network to release the update over-the-air. But it seems Orange customers will be left waiting until the new year. Orange today announcing on its Twitter page, on this page:  “We’re expecting Froyo for the Galaxy S in January. the update will be via Kies.”

The Android 2.2 update will bring full Adobe Flash support, the handset will be boosted with 720p video capture, speed and battery enhancements, wireless tethering and an improved GPS service.

Samsung Galaxy S
Via Dial To Save.

December 8, 2010

Flash Lite Device Nokia X7 leaked pictures

Filed under: Flash Lite Gallerys, Flash Lite News — Tags: , , — Li YongFei @ 4:07 am

Last, we had posted the Flash Lite Device Nokia X7 Game Video, this time Eldar Murtazin, chief of one of the biggest mobile technology related sites just published new photos of the AT&T branded Nokia X7 on his personal blog.

The Nokia X7 is the first Symbian Xserie and Flash Lite enabled phone. Nokia X7 can name an 8-megapixel camera with dual LED flash, 450MB memory, 245MB of RAM.

Here are the leaked pictures:

November 19, 2010

Bada SDK 1.2.0b1 released

Filed under: Flash Lite News — Tags: , — Li YongFei @ 2:44 am

Via Biskero, Bada SDK 1.2.0b1 was released, the main change for this release is the way Flash Lite content is integrated.

  • Web app model and Flash app model
    1. HTML/JavaScript or Flash SWF can be native apps without C++ coding.

There is no need anymore to do a C++ layer to perform Flash Lite integration.

November 18, 2010

Nokia Ovi Store has reached 3 million downloads a day

Filed under: Flash Lite News — Tags: — Li YongFei @ 6:54 pm

Nokia announced its Ovi Store has reached three million daily downloads and 400,000 new developers in the past year. Now the mobile app marketplaces has three: Apple’s App Store, Google’s Android Marketplace and maybe Windows Phone 7’s new Windows Marketplace.

"Ovi Store is on a strong trajectory fueled by new apps and games from a growing number of partners and more than 250,000 new consumers signing up for Ovi every day. The number of daily downloads has increased from about 2 million to 3 million since September. We anticipate our progress will continue as we have just begun shipping our new Symbian smartphones," said Tero Ojanperae

November 16, 2010

Apple’s OS X update is 42% fixes for Flash

Filed under: Flash Lite News — Tags: , — Li YongFei @ 7:14 am

Apple has released Mac OS X 10.6.5. The new version includes feature enhancements, omits AirPrint, and fixes many security holes. The recent OS X update patched over 130 bugs and 42 percent of these bugs were bugs in Flash.

October 25, 2010

Nokia N900 upgrades the firmware to v20.2010.36-2 (PR 1.3)

Filed under: Flash Lite Devices, Flash Lite News — Tags: , , — Li YongFei @ 8:01 pm

Via Maemo news, The Nokia N900 upgrades the firmware to v20.2010.36-2 (PR 1.3), the new software update is now available.

  • Adds Ovi Suite support to your N900 and makes it even easier to access and sync files and messages between your device and your desktop.
  • Ovi Music Store is now accessible right from your N900 (where available). You can use your inbuilt browser to access and download your favorite tunes straight to your device in DRM-free format.
  • Many Performance Improvements

October 22, 2010

Flash Player 10.1 for Android downloads over 1,000,000

Filed under: Flash Android, Flash Lite News — Tags: , — Li YongFei @ 7:42 am

Via scottjanousek, Flash 10.1 has been downloaded over one million times in the Android market, Flash works pretty well on mobile devices. Videos and ads delivered a full Web experience.


September 26, 2010

Nokia announced 2010 Calling All Innovators

Filed under: Flash Lite News — Tags: , , , — Li YongFei @ 7:34 am

Nokia and AT&T announced the 2010 Calling All Innovators competition. The prizes for the 2010 Calling All Innovators will be worth a total of $10 million (USD).

You can build apps for the Nokia N8 in three ways depending on your existing skills or aspirations

   1. Symbian, Android, iOS and developers: Nokia Qt SDK – the new way to build powerful native apps for Symbian^3, Maemo, and in the future, MeeGo
   2. Web developers: Nokia Web Runtime Plug-Ins, including Adobe Flash Lite 4.0
   3. Blackberry and Java developers: Java Runtime which comes with every Nokia device, is the most widely available environment for mobile devices. Java allows you to reach not only N8 and Symbian^3 consumers, but also the high-volume Nokia Series 40 line of mobile phones easily and quickly.

The App Submission Period is the period beginning on Sept 21st, 2010 at 12:01AM Eastern Time, and ending at 5:00PM Eastern Time on Friday, January 28th, 2011.

You can register as an Ovi Publisher at, and publish your app to the Ovi Store for the N8 in English for the USA and/or Canada, then you can submit your application from App Submission Form.

September 13, 2010

Adobe Flash CS5 Can Create iPhone Applications

Filed under: Flash Lite News, Flash Lite iPhone — Tags: , , , , — Li YongFei @ 10:08 pm

Apple today announced that it has canceled its third-party developers guidelines limit – on Adobe's iPhone development kit has a direct impact of the restrictions, Adobe will resume CS5-iPhone feature development. However, iPhone still does not support Flash content.

The ban solution for Apple's developer program license IOS, the IOS to stop the development of cross-platform compiler, instead developing applications for the iOS. Programmers through the cross-platform compiler to write code in Flash, such as JavaScript, and multimedia mobile operating system that can generate re-compiled native code applications on the mobile operating system with Apple's iOS and Google's Android.

However  on September 09, this story came to a long expected turning point. Apple announced: “We are relaxing restrictions on what development tools can be used to create iOS apps, as long as the resulting applications do not download any code” and updated their iOS Developer Program License Agreement. This means that applications created with Flash Professional CS5 and Adobe AIR SDK 2.0.1now can be approved for the App Store. This news was greatly welcomed by developers’ community.

Adobe also said: "Developers can use Flash to develop iOS application package, and these program can visit the App Store applications, before the applications and services are prohibited to return to App Store.


May 30, 2010

Video: Nokia N8 Multitasking

Filed under: Flash Lite News, Flash Lite Reviews, Flash Lite Video — Tags: — Li YongFei @ 10:36 pm

VIa The Symbian Blog, the following video shows 15 apps open at the same time on the N8 and it handles that pretty well. The panning and zoom in Ovi Maps is fast, images in the photos app load quickly (although they don’t like 12MP shots from the camera), the app switching is painless and the kinetic scrolling in the task manager is smooth. In the real world you hardly have more than 5 apps open, so the N8’s RAM should prove be enough.

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