Adobe Creates Flash Player for Mobile Devices
Today Adobe announced that it has created a stand-alone Flash player for mobile devices such as netbooks and smartphones. A beta developer runtime version of Adobe Flash Player 10.1 will be available for Windows Phones and Palm's webOS later this year, with support for Android and Symbian devices coming in early 2010. Flash Player 10.1 comes from the Open Screen Project and will allow mobile devices to interact with and view more content on the web, such as HD videos and applications. It will also support hardware capabilities, such as multi-touch, gestures, accelerometers and different screen orientations. The browser-based runtime will allow developers to re-use certain code and this can greatly help speed-up the time to market for some services and features, it will also help reduce development costs. More than 50 companies are behind the new browser runtime from Adobe.
Adobe's Lightroom App Adds RAW HDR Shooting for Android and iOS Phones
Adobe today updated its Lightroom Mobile application and added the ability for Android and iOS devices to shoot in RAW HDR mode. Adobe says the new HDR mode automatically scans each scene to measure the best-possible exposure range and then takes three photos that are merged to deliver the widest exposure and contrast range.
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.
Google Officially Releases Android 7 Nougat
Google today made the final version of Android 7.0 Nougat available to developers, phone makers, and select devices. Google released the first developer build of Nougat earlier this year and has been refining the platform ever since.
Oppo Makes Near-Stock Android Available to Some Phones
Oppo today began offering customers an alternative to its ColorOS. The company has created a new operating system based on Android 5.1 Lollipop that it calls Project Spectrum.
Google Gives Developers An Early Look at Android O
Google today announced the first preview of Android O, the unnamed next version of its core mobile operating system. This early version of Android O brings with it a handful of new features that clearly target developers and device makers more so than end users.
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ohh man i cant wait! hurry up oct 16th, i want my Hero!
I swear that day can't come soon enough!!!