Posts tagged Adobe Flash
Adobe announced today that there is a new vulnerability in the recently released Adobe Flash 10.3 for Android. Users are targeted with an malicious link embedded in an email. Adobe has declared this threat as important and has issued the following statement: More >
Thank you Adobe for moving as fast as you have to make Flash a reality in the XOOM. I could not imagine the return lines at Best Buy if you hadn’t. I can do without microSD and I can do without 4GLTE “FOR NOW”, but I could not do without More >
While the Android mod community has done tons with the ViewSonic gTablet, especially the infamous Roebeet, ViewSonic is still supporting the device and has put out an update. The update has added Adobe Flash support, USB keyboard and mouse support, and a few other things. More >
The original Huawei Ideos S7 was one of the first quality sub $300 Android tablets on the market. Best Buy has carried this device for months. The major problem is it shipped with Android 2.1, and still has not seen a 2.2 update. This meant that More >
User BBCrackman from My Droid World has gotten his hands on the upcoming Adobe Flash 10.2 for Android that is due out next week. With this leak comes the ability to install Flash on the Motorola XOOM. This is also the first release of Adobe Flash to More >
Adobe has announced on their blog that Adobe Flash 10.2 for Android 3.0.1 (Honeycomb) tablets will be available on Friday, March 18th. They state that they have been working very closely with Google to integrate Flash 10.2 into the new OS and browser capabilities of Honeycomb. Currently More >
The Digital Reader was tipped by Elonex that they were coming out with a new 7″ tablet. This new tablet known as the Elonex 760ET will have a resistive touch screen, a 1 GHz processor, 4GB of storage, WiFI, microSD card slot, More >
Adobe has posted on their blog that Flash 10.2 for Honeycomb tablets will be available in just a few weeks. Future Honeycomb tablets will have it pre-loaded where Motorola XOOM owners will have it available as free download. This sounds a lot better then a More >
Verizon’s webpage listing for the Motorola XOOM had something that many had missed. It states that while the XOOM supports Adobe Flash, it will not be available until Spring 2011. With the device coming out this week and spring being about a month away, this More >
UPDATE 12/21/10 – You can see our VIDEO review of the Coby Kyros tablet HERE.
Coby has announced another tablet called the Kyros MID7015. This is another resistive screen Android 2.1 tablet based on the same Telechips 8902 processor as the Augen Gentouch78, Sylvania More >
Viewsonic has posted that a software update to their Android 2.2 G-Tablet is coming on November 22nd. This update promises a new Marketplace, additional applications, improved performance, and microSD capabilities. They state that the update will happen automatically when connected to Wifi but that some owners may More >
Kno has announced the pricing and launch timeframe for its “textbook replacing” tablets. The single screen tablet will cost $599 while the dual screen model will cost $899. Both should be shipping in limited numbers by the end of the year.
Each screen is 14 inches More >