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by on December 25th, 2010

HTML5 is gaining a lot of steam lately but it’s ultimate test would be to bring to the browser what it’s rival Flash is already doing – Interactive browser based games. So I thought of compiling a list of browser based games that have been released or are in testing phase. All of these games are purely coded in HTML5 and most of these are even Open Source so if you want to try out building something for your own idea, you can use their codebase.

by on December 10th, 2010

Want to watch Vimeo or maybe Dailmotion and Hulu among a couple of others on your iPhone but when you log on to these websites all you see is a big blank box instead of the video or maybe just a thumbnail and then Apple forces you to believe that Flash is gone, it’s history. Well guess what, someone somewhere came up with this quick hack that lets you watch Flash videos on these and a couple of other websites right inside your Mobile Safari in iPhone (3G/3Gs and 4).

by on June 14th, 2010

Even though there are a hundred questions against the possibility of Flash format every running on an iDevice (iPod touch, iPhone and iPad) but Comex, the famous iPhone hacker who managed to released an untethered jailbreak for iPod touch, iPhone and iPad, has uploaded a demo video showing his iPhone connected to his laptop through USB connector and running Flash inside an app (that he had apparently written).

by on May 13th, 2010

Adobe decided to reply to Steve Job’s accusations by launching an Ad campaign focused on their “Love for Apple”. Adobe’s founders emphasize that Web is Open but Apple is trying to dictate what and how content should be made and distributed over the mobile web.

by on May 8th, 2010


Apple is in the process of developing an alternative to Adobe Flash for creating Rich Internet Applications (RIA) codenamed “Gianduia” after a famous Italian hazelnut chocolate.

by on April 10th, 2010


The war between Adobe and Apple seems to be raging. With the release of iPhone OS4, the developer agreement now includes a complete section on which applications will be considered for inclusion into the App Store and Apple has specifically stated that “…only application written ORGINALLY in C++,  Objecttive C or JS” will be considered as iPhone apps. The rest can simply go to hell. Steve Jobs has seriously gone insane. period.

by on March 25th, 2010


Well, it seems like so. Steve Jobs has been preaching the psalms of HTML5 since long before iPad’s launch but Apple has intensified efforts to replace Flash with HTML5 as the dominant force for the content on the internet and now there are first signs that Steve’s efforts are paying off.

by on March 4th, 2010


We have all been hearing Android 2.1 leaking into Droid Eris and it’s improved performance. Now the news is that a “nearly final release” OTA version of Android 2.1 has been spotted running on Motorola Droid.

by on March 2nd, 2010

We reported a few days back that the upcoming Flash Player 10.1 will only run on mobile devices that have ARM Cortex A8 chipsets. Now it’s confirmed. So what does this mean? Only 2 phones fulfill this hardware requirement: Google Nexus One and Motorola Droid. All other phones can enjoy Flash Lite at best.

by on February 26th, 2010

According to the latest reports surfacing, only those Android phones which have ARMv7 (Cortex) processors will be able to update to the yet-to-be-released Flash 10.1. The reason being that only ARMv7 based chipsets are capable enough for all the processing needed for Flash 10.1 video content on the mobile web. 

by on February 16th, 2010

The fire is raging in both the camps. At one side, Steve wants to wipe off Flash from the face of the new (mobile) web and Adobe wants Apple to be realistic and accept that Flash is the enabler for 75% of the video content on the web besides thousands of great apps already available to other smart phone users. But the consequences of Apple allowing Flash support on iPhone and iPod touch and the yet-to-be-released-magical-device iPad are immense to say the least with literally millions of Flash apps coming to iPhone and iPod touch.