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"Flash Player 10.1 is available on Android and Google TV today, with BlackBerry platform, HP webOS 2.0, future versions of Windows® Phone, LiMo, MeeGo, and Symbian OS also expected to support Flash Player 10.1." ---Official words from Adobe
Adobe just announced that version of Flash are now on its way to major smartphone OS. After it is done, the world wide mobile industry can access Flash operated websites. This technology will allow you to open Flash games, navigations, and video. This operation has been in demand for so many years and finally the wait is over.
Mos of Google’s Android OS 2.2 has already made use of this plug-in and now there’s HP Palm Pre 2. Adobe didn’t give out details on when are the company is releasing versions for BlackBerry OS, Microsoft’s Windows Phone, the Symbian OS, or Nokia/Intel’s MeeGo.Read the rest of the article »
Good news gamers! Xbox.com is now treading the path towards social media as it incorporates add ons that will allow friend and game requests.
Hey gamers! Starting Wednesday you’ll get to experience the tweaked Xbox.com. Microsoft just added a new design equipped with social features, avatar and the WP7 integration.
The core features will all be the same but the social experience is really unrelenting. Xbox.com now comes with unified inbox, friend requests and game requests. Plus, you can customize your avatar.
Microsoft is also putting new parental controls. The “Family Reports” will help you “understand what your family is doing and how they are using Live,” according to a blog post by Xbox Live bigwig Major Nelson.
But the most shocking revelation is the playable web games. Microsoft will support cross-support play between platforms Xbox, Windows Phone 7 and web users — a first for the platform.
Share your insights about the new Xbox.com.View Article Source »
The Windows Phone 7 are coming this November 8 to invade the mobile market, and be part of the smartphone battle field. But before you say "Yeah, right!", read on the seven reasons why it's absolutely right.
Microsoft, the tech giant from Redmond, Washington, “has come out swinging in smartphone wars,” as Stuart Dredge of Mobile Entertainment says. After years of struggling to make its way to the smartphone battle arena, Microsoft still has a lot of catching up to do. Still, the Windows Phone 7 units can still compete with its big rivals like Apple’s iPhone and Google’s Android.
Check out the seven reasons why the Windows Phone 7 can do it after the jump.Read the rest of the article »
They are all here! Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 family has already taken the spotlight in time for the Holidays. Europe, North America and Asia Pacific is in for a Yuletide Season.
Early this year, Microsoft has shown us the upcoming Windows Phone 7. However, it is the mobile operating system that catches the attention of many mobile phone enthusiasts. Nevertheless, Microsoft already launched its nine new units in time for the holidays. The Windows Phone 7 units are expected to invade the European, North America and Asia Pacific market.
Continue reading after the jump to get the general specs of the new Windows Phone 7.Read the rest of the article »
The best seller app, Angry Birds, was seen on Windows Phone 7 Promotional image. But this occurrence was a big mistake. No wonder Rovio, the developer of the app, seems to be a little taken aback.
When technology enthusiasts caught a glimpse of the popular iPhone app, Angry Birds, on Windows Phone 7 promo, it seems that the game is coming to Microsoft’s smart phone. But the developers of the app posted a denial tweet regarding the platform. A representative sent a note to TechFlash admitting the mistake that was made.
“It appears information was mistakenly posted to Microsoft’s website, and has been removed,” the statement said.
Microsoft need the developers behind Angry Birds, particularly Rovio, in order to stay put with the league of Android and iPhone , but Rovio wasn’t happy about the news.Read the rest of the article »
As we all know and heard, Microsoft is holding a special event today, October 11 at NYC. They will discuss surrounding details about their much anticipated Windows Phone 7.
Today, Microsoft is holding an event at NYC. You may say that some details may be around the Windows Phone 7 launch. That’s the latest buzz swarming around. The show is about to start and you will be the first to know about the latest happenings. In case you haven’t heard, Steve Ballmer and AT&T’s Ralph de la Vega will talk about the gadgets we can’t get enough of.
Things will change for the smartphone industry in a short while. We’ll keep you posted.
Tuned in with the times below.Read the rest of the article »
CEATEC 2010 convention unveiled products that are truly eye-catching. First, the Panasonic Lumix camera 3D, the Lumix phone and now the Fujitsu's latest phone. The dual function phone that will be released one of these days.
The CEATEC 2010 unveiled a few attractive gadgets to look forward to. Fujitsu is among those companies who showed prototypes and concept designs. Among these prototypes are a couple of Windows Phone 7 devices. One that caught every eye is the dual-screen design, dual configuration device. A modern twist to the flip phone.
But everything is just a show. No specs, release dates and all. For your eyes only. But surely, Fujitsu’s double slater is much more impressive than the T900.View Article Source »
When Windows Phone 7 arrives later this year, it will be sold globally, but only for GSM networks. What causes the delay?
Microsoft has opted to delay until 2011 the CDMA version of their Windows Phone 7, and the handset that will arrive later this year will be sold globally for GSM networks only. This decision means that, though GSM is widely used in Europe, Windows Phone 7 will not be available on Sprint and Verizon. With AT&T and T-Mobile as the remaining potential US launch partner, the former has its plans of being a part of WP7 release while the latter remains to be seen. This settlement has been made by the company due to the fact that they still have to finish re-writing their operating system. Still, the company acknowledged that they have to move quickly to compete against iPhones and Android-based handsets. Microsoft is slated to tout Windows Phone 7 on an “open house” event in New York on October 11. However, the devices won’t be immediately available.View Article Source »
Windows Phone 7 is not just a smartphone, it also a gaming platform. And it's not just an ordinary mobile game, it's from XBox Live! A XBox game title on your WP7? What more can you ask for?
Microsoft announced last Monday the first batch of XBox game that will be available for Windows Phone 7. Big Red is counting on games and the Xbox Live tie-in as the key selling point for WP7. This device will be the first product outside of the PC or the XBox to connect to XBox Live. The company is staffing up for a mobile game studio to gear up the phone. Among the titles they will release are Halo: Waypoint and Crackdown 2.
A longer list of XBox Live titles for Windows Phone 7 can be found after the jump.Read the rest of the article »
AT&T is claiming it bigtime: "We will be Windows Phone 7's premier carrier." We will have to see that until the arrival of WP7 in the market, as there have been no reported verification messages coming from Microsoft itself.
AT&T is all abuzz about the coming of Windows Phone 7 to the network. The mobile operator claims it will be “the” premier carrier of the anticipated Microsoft-based smartphone once it arrives in the market. There are news of AT&T signing up for 8 million pieces of the gadget. With the reported unsure relations between Microsoft and market leader Verizon, the competitor could have the chance to make true its claim.
AT&T can attribute its growth mostly to iPhones, but is this just the way of the network to go around iPhone, and Android, with which it has weaved unstable relations – by striking another big deal with an upcoming rival phone?View Article Source »
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