As you may know, HTML 5 brings many new features and one of those is multimedia. However, HTML 5 is still not a standard, and as for multimedia, Flash is widely popular and more used than HTML 5, so it’s no wonder that we see applications such as Wallaby.
It seems that the gold standard Flash web video player might get replaced in near future, and its successor is coming from DivX. DivX has developed a new technology that will allow DivX to replace the standard Flash video player, but does this latest technology have what it takes to replace Flash web video player?
Until recently, we’ve only been able to see BlackBerry’s professional grade tablet device, the PlayBook Tablet behind a plastic box, however, at the Adobe MAX conference, this all changed. Why the collaboration between the two? You see, the user interface of the new OS for the PlayBook Tablet makes heavy use of Adobe AIR 2.5 – a new platform environment for developing apps, one which looks to extend its use among not just tablets but also different handheld devices like mobiles and even PCs and TVs. Continue reading »
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Though almost every camera has its own built-in flash yet when it comes to professional photography then every experienced photographer will understand that using the built-in flash of any camera is like killing the real life of the final image.
This is why professional photographers use custom flash which is often referred to as flashguns. Recently at Photokina we’ve been enjoying the launch of plenty of camera acessories but no brand have launched any new flashguns. Continue reading »
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Some people might not remember the old 8-bit consoles that we all played it as kids. Before Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Nintendo Wii, there were good old-fashioned 8-bit consoles. Back in the 80’s and 90’s everything was all about NES and SNES but the present day improved gaming systems have phased them out.