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Adobe releases six applications for Android

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To be run on Honeycomb based tablets

Popular makers of Photoshop Adobe has announced a range of touch apps designed for Android run tablet devices, which are all based around their Adobe Creative Suite of products.

Adobe stops mobile Flash development

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focusses on HTML 5 instead

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Tech news website Zdnet has discovered Adobe is to cease development of the mobile browser flash whilst refocusing on HTML5, from an email sent to them by a source close to Adobe.

Adobe Flash player 10.1 arrives on Android

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Adobe has announced their new version of the Flash Player 10.1, for the upcoming release of Android ‘Froyo’ or version 2.2. New support has been promised for many more devices, along with new landscape and portrait modes running in conjunction with the device’s hardware with better CPU utilisation amongst others features.

Google Adobe partnership

Flash a-ah. Saviour of the Universe?

Adobe logo As the MWC came to an end this year, Google and Adobe announced they’ve struck up a partnership to bring Adobe products to Android handsets. Adobe Flash is a popular web format used for embedding video and animation and is used in many advertising applications. And Adobe AIR is a cross-platform suit of routines to put Flash and other functions directly into user apps.

BlackBerry PlayBook tablet receives an update

Canadian email mobile phone maker Research In Motion has released an update to their PlayBook tablet device, which brings with it a new version of Adobe Flash Player amongst other additions.

Flash player problem on Samsung Galaxy Nexus mobile phone and Android Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0

Official statement from Adobe

Consumer electronics giant Samsung’s Galaxy Nexus Android ‘Ice Cream Sandwich’ 4.0 handset went on sale last week, where reports of the lack of an Adobe flash player has already been noted by early adopters.

Weekly Newsletter – 14th November – 18th November

The week began with One Mobile Ring reporting that Acer’s first Windows Phone 7 ‘Allegro’ mobile is now available int he UK, Nokia released ‘making of video’, for the Windows Phone 7 Lumia 800 handset and Apple released new version of iOS 5, in the OS 5.0.1 software update. 2,000 newspapers came to the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet, from the PressReader application and a new Windows Phone 7 OS was found running on the leaked Nokia Champagne mobile phone. Orange leaked own branded San Francisco II ZTE made phone, on phone’s support page and Sony Ericsson X10 mobile phone is now getting an upgrade to the current version of Android on O2, whilst Sky adds a news application to Research In Motion’s BlackBerry handsets.

Weekly Newsletter – November 7th – November 11th

The week began with One Mobile Ring reporting the HTC Sensation, Sensation XL, Sensation XE and Evo 3D mobile phones are all to receive Android ‘Ice Cream Sandwich’ 4.0, with Motorola unveiling a Facebook mobile phone. Microsoft released Bing Mobile app for Android with HTML5, whilst Motorola Xoom 2 tablets became available to buy for £390 and £358, for the Xoom 2 media edition. Jail breaking came to Microsoft Windows Phone 7 ‘Mango’ mobiles from ChevronWP7, Android Gingerbread accounts for over 40-percent of Android mobile phone operating systems and Sony Ericsson mobile phone with an HD screen was leaked

Microsoft releases Bing Mobile app for Android with HTML5

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And iOS products too

Seattle based software developers Microsoft has announced a new Bing mobile app, with HTML5 for Google Android and Apple based products.

Samsung Galaxy Note World Tour – Live Blog

One Mobile Ring is attending the launch event for the Samsung Galaxy Note live from Battersea Powerstation, where we will bring you all the news as it happens.