As you know, there’s no Flash support on Apple’s devices but that’s not going to stop users from enjoying the Flash content on their favorite device. Since there’s no official support for Flash on iPhone and iPad it’s no wonder that users are using third party solutions and hacks.
You read that correct! Google isn’t Apple. They have happily announced that Android will support Adobe Flash thus opening doors for customers who live on Adobe Flash.
Recently, Google has been trying hard to push Android to every possible mobile and the support for Adobe Flash is surely an add-on for Android’s success. Back in November 2008, flash for Google’s Android was successfully demonstrated on T-Mobile G1 and since then Android lovers were dying to watch their favourite open source mobile platform to include their favourite flash player. Well, the wait is over!
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Since the iPad launched last week, we’ve all come to realise that Apple has yet again decided not to provide its latest device with flash. It seems the one who is most bothered by this isn’t the users, Adobe has been so bothered by Apple for excluding Flash from the new iPad that it put porn up on its blog to prove the point.
Adobe’s official Flash Blog has a post entitled “The iPad provides the ultimate browsing experience?” which shows how several popular websites would look without Flash content. Right at the bottom is a screenshot of Bang Bros HD, a hardcore porn site! Ok, you’ve proven your point!
Just like it was suggested yesterday by Google, Dell’s latest ultra thin luxurious flagship – Adamo is now available and you can order it online worldwide wherever you are. As you may be aware, the Adamo is available in white (Pearl) and black (Onyx). In addition to that the specs differ by a tiny bit with Desire being the bigger brother of Admire. The below is a breakdown of the official specs and pricing for those in the UK and US.
This project shows us what our favourite graphics creating / editing software Adobe Photoshop would look like if the user interface were rendered in real life.
For those who have doubts on whether the above image could have been just another ‘photoshop’ gimmick, check out the gallery featuring the entire process of how this was done here…