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Flash on iPad … This time via SmokeScreen

Chris Smoak’s Smokescreen does exactly what it promises: enable Flash content to play on Apple’s iPod touch, iPhone, and iPad. Technically it might just be a Flash to HTML 5 converter but for Ad Networks it is a big leap in bringing Flash to the iDevices. At a time when Apple and AdobeĀ  are fighting … Continue reading

What’s Next

Well well, Adobe has officially announced Creative Suite 5 and 3 days before the launch Apple released its iPhone OS 4 and along with it changed its Developer Agreement which has increased the friction between the two companies. It all started with Apple claiming that Adobe’s Flash Player was buggy and was not a correct … Continue reading

The politics of Technology

The Apple-Adobe feud just got worser with the launch of iPad which excluded Adobe Flash technology for all the same reasons why iPhone didn’t. There were many a reasons that were cited by Apple as to why they excluded Flash on iPhone and now the iPad. Calling Flash proprietary, buggy and the reason for many … Continue reading

The problem with iPhone killers

A very nice read on the why and how iPhone seems not just to survive but also thrives whenever the community brands a phone as an “iPhone Killer” http://www.techcrunch.com/2009/10/26/the-problem-with-iphone-killers/ Source: TechCrunch

Photoshop.com Mobile App for IPhone

First it was the big announcement of publishing Flash Application to Native IPhone application and now yet another big announcement, Photoshop mobile for IPhone. It seems that finally Adobe has found a way to keep their customers happy. Using the Photoshop.com mobile application, one can, Transform your photos with essential edits like crop, rotate and … Continue reading

Flash Apps for IPhone

Probably one of the biggest announcements by Adobe @ MAX 2009 was the ability to publish Flash applications directly to native IPhone applications. This is a new and upcoming feature in Flash CS5, which would be launched in 2010. This means that Flash Developers can now directly publish their applications to native IPhone apps and … Continue reading