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Flash 10.2 for Android 2.x - as beta also for Android 3.0

The promised Flash integration for Android 3.0 "Honeycomb" tablets seems to be taking shape: Version 10.2 is now available in the Android Market, which is supposed to bring better integration into the browser under Android 3.0 as well as support for dual-core CPUs, as they are used in many tablets. Under Android 2.2 and 2.3 the changes are smaller, but also here ...

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Flash 10.1 for Android and other platforms

The long announced "Flash Player 10.1 for Mobile" is now officially ready and available for manufacturers - for end users this means that they still have to be patient, because the player is not freely available. Besides Android, Flash Player for Mobile is also available for WebOS (HP/Palm) and Blackberrys. Versions for Symbian and Windows ...

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Google I/O: Android 2.2 introduced - no support for G1

Google has presented Android 2.2 "Froyo" at the developer conference Google I/O. The new version brings new features like tethering and a hotspot function as well as significant performance improvements: the Javascript engine V8 known from Google Chrome is integrated into the Android browser, which should speed up the execution of Javascript by a factor of 2-3. In addition, Flash 10.1 is supported, ...

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Android 2.2 with tethering and WiFi hotspot?

Apparently, Google not only wants to set a sign against Apple with Flash in Android 2.2 (Froyo), but also to include two other exciting functions: Tethering (using the phone as a modem) and a WiFi hotspot feature that allows other devices to share the Android phone's Internet connection via WLAN. These two functions are supposed to come with Android 2.2 (Froyo). Remains only ...

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Video shows Flash 10.1 on Android 2.2

That Android 2.2 will have Flash support is now known. How this looks exactly, however, not. Now a video of an Adobe employee has appeared on Youtube, which shows various Flash applications on a Nexus One. Apparently, Flash will be regularly integrated into the browser, so you can use Flash like on a normal PC/Mac. This is of course ...

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Android 2.2 comes with Flash 10.1 - but how?

Andy Rubin has told the New York Times that Android 2.2 will come with Flash support. Although it is still unclear whether Flash is integrated ex works or has to be installed later, it is an interesting development - Apple still refuses to support Flash. Google obviously wants to handle this differently - for users can ...

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First Android 2.2 mobile phone: Dell Flash

Dell is apparently preparing an Android 2.2 smartphone, which is supposed to be launched under the title "Flash". The technical specs read promising: 800 MHz Qualcomm processor, 5 megapixel camera and an 11 millimeter thin case. Android 2.2 (codename "Froyo" - Frozen Yogourt) will be based on the Linux kernel 2.6.32 and thus consume less memory. In addition, ...

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