Macromedia Releases New Flash Lite
Jun 28, 2004, 6:40 PM by (staff)
Macromedia today announced the availability of Flash Lite 1.1, new Flash Player software for mobile phones. Version 1.0 has been included in NTT DoCoMo's 505i series phones since last year. The new 1.1 version adds support for the W3C standard SVG Tiny (SVG-T), network connectivity, improved audio support, and APIs to integrate Flash content with phone functionality.
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