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Motorola Droid X is Android’s new king, coming July 15 for $199

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I hope the HTC EVO enjoyed its brief moment at the top the Android heap because the Droid X is the new Android superphone that sports a few more ridiculous specs and genre-busting features. Granted both phones ar…

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Adobe Flash Player 10.1 officially available…for “mobile platform partners”

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Adobe has announced the official availability of Flash Player 10.1. Of course, some of those lucky enough to have been using a phone with Android 2.2 Froyo will have already experienced Flash on mobile device,…

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Adobe invites developers to join AIR for Android prerelease program

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Adobe AIR for Android is now available for developers looking to create Android apps ported from the environment already familiar to thousands of people. Via AndroidGuys comes word that the AIR SDK can be obta…

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Adobe Reader announced for Android, available now for select devices

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Adobe Reader announced for Android, available now for select devices

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Looks like Adobe keeps rolling out the news with their new BFF, Android. Adobe Reader for Android is available now in the Market and are only “officially supported” on certain devices including t…

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Android 2.2 home screen briefly spotted in Flash demo video

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Android 2.2 home screen briefly spotted in Flash demo video

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Android 2.2 can’t come soon enough as far as many Nexus One users are concerned. Sure, everyone is waiting on 2.2, but recent history shows that there’s no guarantee anyone other than Nexus One own…

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When Adobe employees get free Android phones, they better use them

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When Adobe employees get free Android phones, they better use them

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According to CNET and other outlets, Adobe has been passing around the idea to purchase their employees their own own Android phones so that they “encourage” there use internally. There has been…

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Adobe shows off a few Flash/AIR games coming to Android

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Adobe shows off a few Flash/AIR games coming to Android

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Yesterday we heard from Google VP of Engineering Andy Rubin that Google “believes that developers should have their choice of tools and technologies to create applications.” The statement was…

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Rubin: Google believes developers should have choice of what tools they use, happy to support AIR

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Rubin: Google believes developers should have choice of what tools they use, happy to support AIR

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Well this isn’t surprising. Andy Rubin, Google’s number one Android fanboy (even more so than Andrew) said on Adobe’s Featured Blog that Google is happy to partner with Adobe to create a st…

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Adobe now accepting requests for AIR and Flash for Android betas

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Adobe now accepting requests for AIR and Flash for Android betas

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Getting Flash on Android has proved to be a lesson in patience. Adobe said a beta would be available in the fall of 2009, but it’s looking more likely that we won’t see it until Summer/Fall 2010. And i…

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It’s getting dirty out there; Adobe allows Android developers use of Photoshop, no iPhone

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It’s getting dirty out there; Adobe allows Android developers use of Photoshop, no iPhone

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Today Adobe announced that along with their recent Android update for Photoshop.com Mobile they are now going to allow developers full advantage of Photoshop.com and allow them to integrate it into their thi…

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Flash 10.1 will not be supported on all Android phones?

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Flash 10.1 will not be supported on all Android phones?

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Not all current generation phones will be able to use Flash 10.1 for Android once it is released in the next few months. Though Flash has been seen working as a prototype on the G1 and had some support on the Hero, an…

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Flash not so bad on battery life after all, according to tests on a Nexus One

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Flash not so bad on battery life after all, according to tests on a Nexus One

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Much has been said about Steve Job’s questionable statement that Flash would have killed 90% of the iPad’s battery life. Even though that’s a ridiculous statement, it did make several peo…

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Adobe demoes AIR for mobile, multiplatform development tool

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Adobe demoes AIR for mobile, multiplatform development tool

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Adobe AIR is used to power a number of desktop applications and games that work across platforms. Adobe plans to bring the same experience to mobile by adding support for AIR on Android, BlackBerry, and Windows…

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Steve Jobs disses Android, Flash, everything non-Apple

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Steve Jobs disses Android, Flash, everything non-Apple

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Steve Job was talking a lot of trash against Apple’s competitors, including Android and Flash, during an internal meeting, according to various reports. According to a paraphrased account over on Wir…

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Adobe Flash not coming to Android until 2010

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Adobe Flash not coming to Android until 2010

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Android users were originally expected to see an official version of Adobe Flash beginning this month. However, those expectations were dashed when Adobe announced that it would deliver Flash to Windows Mob…

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