Tuesday, December 18, 2007
This is a small Demo of "THE NO-TOUCH" done with FlashLite and Nokia N95 Accelerometer APIs. I (Debashish Paul) have made the iPhone's DJ mode simulation in Flash and Abhijit Kedia and Ganesh Palwe did the actual work of sending N95 Accelerometer notifications to FlashLite
Thursday, December 13, 2007
Via Scott I got this Pretty cool news.
Adobe Wins Prestigious Industry Award
Adobe Flash Lite Receives First Spike TV award for Innovation in Mobile Gaming
SAN JOSE, Calif. — December 12, 2007 — Adobe Systems Incorporated today announced that its Flash Lite software received the first Spike TV award for Innovation in Mobile Gaming at Spike’s Video Game Awards Ceremony. The award was given to Adobe based on its role in pushing the mobile gaming medium forward in a remarkable way over the past year.
“Adobe was selected due to the incredible development of Flash Lite technology, its rapid advancement, and its integration with mobile gaming,” said Spike TV’s Tom Akel.
Spike TV’s 2007 Video Game Awards is a multi-platform event, integrating special categories exclusive to mobile voting. The Innovation award validates the importance of Adobe Flash Lite in mobile gaming and the developer community and is one of a number of recent milestones achieved over the past year.
- Adobe launched Adobe Flash Lite 3 globally, bringing Flash Player compatible video to mobile and consumer electronic devices
- First Adobe Flash Lite 3 devices are available today including NTT DoCoMo’s 905i handsets.
- Over 300 Million Flash Lite enabled devices have shipped so far.
“Adobe Flash Lite technology has pushed the mobile gaming medium forward in a remarkable way over the past year, and this new Spike TV award is proof of the broad industry acceptance,” said Francisco Kattan, director of product marketing and developer relations, Mobile and Devices at Adobe.
For information on Adobe’s mobile business and products, please visit: www.adobe.com/mobile.
About Adobe Systems Incorporated
Adobe revolutionizes how the world engages with ideas and information - anytime, anywhere and through any medium. For more information, visit www.adobe.com.
YouTube mobile on Helio includes:
One of the most powerful features on the Web version of YouTube is the ability to watch a video and then post a video response. In another first for mobile, Helio members can now record and upload video responses to clips directly from their handset, making the YouTube experience more accessible than ever with watching and responding in real-time possible without ever having to log in from a computer.
Designed to easily browse, search and view millions of YouTube videos, Helio's YouTube application also offers a simply organized interface where members can access their own video feeds including My Subscriptions, My Favorites, My Playlists, My Videos and Received Videos. Members can also check out YouTube videos in traditional categories like Most Viewed, Most Recent, Top Rated and Recently Featured.
Wednesday, December 12, 2007
The New Nokia Eco-Sensor Concept. Looks like a very promising concept.
The concept consists of two parts – a wearable sensor unit which can sense and analyze your environment, health, and local weather conditions, and a dedicated mobile phone.
The sensor unit will be worn on a wrist or neck strap made from solar cells that provide power to the sensors. NFC (near field communication) technology will relay information by touch from the sensors to the phone or to or to other devices that support NFC technology.
Tuesday, December 11, 2007
- Access Netfront Dynamic Menu,
- Action Engine (still around?),
- Adobe (FlashCast),
- Communology (mobile catalogue),
- Crisp Wireless (mLogic platform),
- Geniem (MediaCast and Superstore),
- Handmark (Pocket Express),
- InFusio (nMap),
- ITfinitiny (2Go),
- Nellymoser (ASAO platform),
- Nokia (Content Discoverer),
- Opera Platform,
- Qualcomm (uiOne),
- RefreshMobile (Mobizines),
- SurfKitchen (SurfKit series),
- Tricastmedia (TWUIK),
- Volantis (BuzzCast),
- weComm (wave),
- Yahoo! Go,