Palm's Pre to Get Flash Support
Today Palm announced that it is joining Adobe's Open Screen Project. The OPS's goal is to deliver Adobe's Flash Player for smartphones to the Palm webOS platform. That means the Pre, announced at CES in January, will be able to support Flash when it is launched. The Flash Player for smartphones will be available to handset manufacturers by the end of 2009.
Hands On with HP's Elite x3
HP is jumping back into phones at a completely unexpected time. HP made quite a few iPAQ Windows smartphones back in the day (2004-2009, to be precise.) Then they bought Palm and infamously drove that into the ground.
Polaroid Shows Off Two Android Smartphones
Polaroid today announced the Power and Snap smartphones, two Android handsets that will be sold to U.S. consumers online.
Adobe Tweaks Lightroom for iOS and Android
Adobe today announced a handful of changes to Lightroom for iOS. The mobile app now offers a refreshed photo-editing user interface that Adobe believes is easier to use when it comes to enhancing and adjusting images on a phone.
Cricket Wireless to Sell the ZTE Blade X Max On May 12 for $150
Cricket Wireless today added the ZTE Blade X Max to its roster of inexpensive Android smartphones, marking the debut of ZTE's Blade line with the prepaid carrier. The Blade X Max has a 6-inch full HD display and it is powered by a 1.4 GHz octa-core Snapdragon 435 processor with 2 GB of RAM and 32 GB of storage.