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BSquare to port Adobe Flash to Android
fiercemobilecontent.com: Software solutions provider BSquare announced it will port Adobe's Flash technology onto Google's Android mobile platform for an unspecified global Tier 1 carrier. According to BSquare, Flash technology presently ships on more than 800 million devices worldwide (not including Apple's iPhone, of course), and is used by over a million developers to create video and rich media applications. Roughly a year ago, BSquare acquired NEC America's Adobe Flash Technology Consulting and Distribution business, and in that time the firm has worked on more than 40 different customer devices including handsets, set top boxes, digital signage, consumer devices and netbooks. BSquare adds that it has built an Android competency in its professional engineering services group via multiple customer engagements.
I am being slowly pulled toward android...this will be sweet!
~via smartphone mobile.pinstack.com~
I must admit it is a very nice operating system...the G1 itself takes some getting used to but I continue to learn new tricks for it daily. The leaks of the touchscreen G2 look very nice as well!
And yet; still no Flash support from RIM. How long will they manage to keep the blackberry support they currently have? They my soon lose all of us cause they are not doing anything to keep us wanting them....
..........SHAKE N BAKE..........
I wonder what's to stop someone from decompiling the Android Dalvik Executable and porting the resulting Java to the BlackBerry.
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