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Flash to Brighten Most Smartphones – iPhone, BlackBerry to Stay Dim


With the news that its omnipresent-on-the-desktop Flash player will be available in more mobile forms before the end of the year, Adobe is finally following through on its goal of joining the smartphone party — but the two biggest names in that market are still missing from the invitation list. Apple’s iPhone and Research In Motion’s BlackBerry won’t be getting the beta version of Flash Player 10 at the Adobe Max conference in October.

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The Commodore 64 vs. the iPhone 3G S

Harry writes “The unfortunate news about Apple rejecting a Commodore 64 emulator from the iPhone App Store inspired me to compare the C64 to the new iPhone 3G S, in more detail than any rational person is likely to compare them, ever again. If nothing else, it’s a snapshot of just how far technology has come since the C64’s release in August of 1982.”

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iPhone 3.0 Software: Poor Battery Life & Speed Reported

iPhone 3.0 software works well when pre-installed on the new 3G S. When users download and install it themselves on older versions of the handset, however, things are apparently taking a decidedly different turn.

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iCrack: The iPhone Is An Accident Magnet

A new report from SquareTrade details the accident-prone nature of Apple’s line of smartphones, reporting that over 20% of iPhones have been damaged in the last 22 months. Cracked screens abound.

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Now We’re Talking: AIM With Push Support Hits The App Store

There’s been a lot of talk the past few days since the launch of the iPhone 3.0 software about the lack of Push Notification apps in the App Store. Well, today brings a big one: AOL Instant Messenger (AIM).

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Find My iPhone works, and it is awesome.

Forgive the self-post, but the story is too great not to share. Technology let me be a total badass today.I’m still giggling about how that guy must have felt as he gave up the goose and waved me over to hand the phone back.

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Flash 10 Beta Coming to Most Smartphones in Oct – Not iPhone

In a Q2 audio press release, Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen confirmed that Adobe will release a beta version of Flash Player 10 for a number of smartphone browsers, including Windows Mobile, Google Android, Palm WebOS, and Symbian devices, in October.

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iPhone 3GS sales top one million

Apple Inc sold more than 1 million units of its newest iPhone, the 3GS, in the first three days of launch, the company said on Monday. The news sent Apple shares up nearly 1 percent, after the stock had been trading down about 1 percent following a Wall Street Journal report over the weekend that said Apple Chief Executive Steve Jobs had undergone

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Commodore 64 on Your iPhone: Exclusive Interview w/Manomio

We were devastated to learn that Apple denied permission to the developer who created a Commodore 64 emulator for the iPhone. So in the hopes of getting a second chance from Apple, here is our exclusive interview with Stuart Carnie the CTO of Manomio…

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An Experiment In BlackBerry Development

ballwall writes “We’ve all read the stories about how lucrative selling apps on the iPhone can be (or not), but what about other platforms? BlackBerry accounts for twice as many handsets shipped as Apple, according to Gartner, so I decided to find out. I wrote about my experiences developing my first BlackBerry application including sales, platform issues, and a bunch of other things I thought new mobile developers might want to know about.”

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