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    As I was searching on the net for news on flash for smartphones I stumbled across some troubling news on the flash platform. ''A public developer beta will be available for Windows Mobile and Palm webOS will be available later this year. Betas for RIM BlackBerry OS, Nokia Symbian and Google Android will arrive in 2010. Adobe said that they are working with 19 out of the 20 major handset manufacturers so it is likely the Flash 10.1 player will eventually be available for non-smartphones as well.'' the full article is her Adobe Flash Player 10.1 Comes to Smartphones - PC World
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    Adobe Announces Flash for Phones - Reviews by PC Magazine

    And it says beta "later this year" on this article.
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    I'm not surprised. Everything has been delayed lately.
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    Let's hope Adobe actually gets this one right!
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    Holy Shazbot, there's a glitch in the matix. I could have sworn this was a different thread.
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    Holy Shazbot, there's a glitch in the matix. I could have sworn this was a different thread.
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    Holy Shazbot, there's a glitch in the matix. I could have sworn this was a different thread.
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    Holy Shazbot, there's a glitch in the matix. I could have sworn this was a different thread.
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    This is awesome news!
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    that's 4 too many shazbots
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    labs.adobe.com/technologies/flashplayer10/ Official press release and signup for notification.
  12. #552  
    Here you go - From ADOBE themselves (San Francisco! WOOT)

    Adobe Developer Connection

    ACTUAL PALM PRE demo using FLASH 10.1 (amazing!!)
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    I tried to look at that link on my pre but I don't have flash...
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    Guys, if Flash supports the GPU and webOS is supporting Flash, it sounds like our GPU has a driver and API now
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    thats is an excellent point! another thing to point out is that the webos and winmo ones are the only ones to get the beta next year. android,symbian,blackberry all are getting it next year! to me that could mean a couple of things
    1. Pre is easier to program for even for complex programs like flash
    2. Palm is working closely with adobe to the point of accelerated development.
    both of those things would be great news if true! what do you guys think?
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    Where is Vdub???
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    FLASH PLAYER ADOBE RUNNING ON PALM PRE VIDEO

    I have uploaded the video on youtube

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    #558  
    Quote Originally Posted by dakalter69 View Post
    I tried to look at that link on my pre but I don't have flash...
    Hahaha same thing happened to me. Oh the irony.
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    Quote Originally Posted by akitayo View Post
    FLASH PLAYER ADOBE RUNNING ON PALM PRE VIDEO

    I have uploaded the video on youtube

    I've never been happier to own a Pre.
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    Quote Originally Posted by akitayo View Post
    FLASH PLAYER ADOBE RUNNING ON PALM PRE VIDEO

    I have uploaded the video on youtube

    Wow, that's honestly the best Palm Pre ad I've ever seen, and it wasn't even put out by Palm or Sprint.

    Seriously it felt like that guy was advertising the Pre more than Adobe Flash, and he did a great job at it.

    (edit: Also his Pre's center button was chrome shiny, is that new?)

    I was also surprised at the performance with Flash running. I think we've seen other smartphones struggle with Flash (Hero, so I hear), but the Pre was running very smooth, with 3 cards with Flash, and 1 camera card. There was a little lag in some of the scrolling and maximizing the camera card, but nothing out of the ordinary.

    Very impressive Adobe and Palm!

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