Is Flash A Goner In The Future? What Will Happen?

February 22, 2010

Google just finished taking over On2 Technologies and their video format, VP8,  so Free Software Foundation (FSF) sent an open-letter to Google where they encourage Google to release VP8 as an open-source format and also use it themselves on YouTube. By doing that, Google will “free” the world from patented and proprietary formats such as […]

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Future Of Flash in iPhone/iPad? “Old Technology”, Says Steve Jobs

February 20, 2010

Yada yada yada, the iPhone doesn’t support Flash. Everybody knows that by now. If you follow Apple, or just tech news in general, you will also know that their new soon-to-be-released iPad doesn’t support Flash either, as Steve Jobs (by accident, I guess) demonstrated during the iPad keynote presentation. Personally I don’t care about Flash. […]

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iPhone Users “Downloaded” Flash 7 Million Times in December

February 11, 2010

By now it’s no surprise to anybody that the iPhone doesn’t support flash and that the new iPad is not going to do so either. Steve Jobs even demonstrated it (by accident?) at the iPad presentation keynote when he browsed to a newspaper website (I can’t remember if it was WSJ or NYT) and flash […]

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Get Photo Flash For Your iPhone Using A Case

November 8, 2009

One of the things that iPhone-“haters” like to address is the missing ability to take pictures in dark, if you own an iPhone. Simply because there’s no flash or other kind of built-in light to assist with taking pictures when it’s dark. While I agree with those comments, that it sucks, there’s no need to […]

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Adobe Shows How Unhappy They Are With iPhone Missing Flash

November 3, 2009

Early last month, Adobe announced how they can add flash to the iPhone using their new Adobe Flash Professional CS5 software. The only catch is, they will run as iPhone applications instead of using any form of built-in Flash support within the Safari browser. Now Adobe is getting more and more unhappy with the fact […]

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