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Adobe AIR for TV Demos – CES 2011

CES 2011 is the world’s largest consumer tech show, and there’s some great news about new devices, apps, chips and services from Open Screen Project partners and others.

At MAX 2010 we announced AIR for TV for developers and content providers to extend rich media experiences and interactivity to TV. At CES, Samsung and Adobe announced that Samsung will be the first to integrate support for Adobe AIR 2.5 for TV, making it easy for developers to build (using Creative Suite 5), distribute and monetize standalone applications through Samsung’s Smart TV applications store, Samsung Apps.

Companies such as CNET, Epix and YouTube are now developing apps for Samsung’s TV app store. Check out the video below for a first look:

Visit the Flash Platform blog to get a rundown of more news from CES 2011.

Samsung Galaxy Tab & Flash Player 10.1

Samsung introduced the Galaxy Tab to the U.S. market on Thursday. With support for Flash Player 10.1, the tablet allows users to experience thousands of sites with rich Flash based applications and content including games, animations, visualizations, ecommerce, video, music and more. Watching tech news on, playing games on Kongregate, checking the interactive finance chart of your stocks on Google Finance or listen to BBC news, it’s easy and seamless on the Galaxy Tab.

Visit the Flash Platform Blog for more details and to watch a video demo of the new Samsung tablet in action.

Samsung Galaxy Tab - via Androidcentral

Samsung Galaxy Tab – via Androidcentral


Flash Player 10.1 for Mobile Available

flash-logoFlash Player 10.1 for Mobile is here! Fully redesigned with new performance and mobile-specific functionality, mobile users will now be able to experience the full web — games, animations, RIAs, data visualizations, music, video, audio and more.

Visit the Flash Platform blog for a rundown of the news, partners in support – including links to their communications, top new features, and the latest video demos.

Flash Platform News from Google I/O

As Paul Betlem, Sr. Director, Flash Player Engineering wrote on the Player team blog, “today represents an exciting milestone for the Flash Platform” as we move forward with three major developments:

1. The official launch of the public beta release of Flash Player 10.1 on Android-based devices. Read about the release

2. A prerelease program for developers to start building apps on AIR for Android. Learn more and sign up

3. Flash Player 10.1 will be on Google TV. Read about the news and watch it in action

There has been strong developer enthusiasm around Flash Player and AIR for Android devices, and this is just the beginning – in the months ahead we’ll see many of our Open Screen Project partners start launching new devices with Flash technology. As designers and developers start digging into the newest tools, such as Flash Builder and Flash Professional CS5, we’re going to see a new wave of rich content and apps across desktops, mobile phones, televisions, and other consumer electronics. We can’t wait to see all the innovations ahead!

Adobe Announcements at Mobile World Congress 2010

Today at the 2010 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, Adobe made several exciting announcements that further the company’s leadership role in bringing a richer, more immersive user experience to mobile devices.

Adobe unveiled AIR on mobile devices and announced that a beta of Flash Player 10.1 was made available to content providers and mobile developers worldwide. Adobe AIR enables developers to build cross-platform, standalone applications and deliver them through app stores, mobile marketplaces, and other ways. General availability of AIR for Android is expected in 2010. Additional platforms including BlackBerry are expected to be supported in the future.

Adobe is also confirming that the full Flash Player (Flash Player 10.1) is on track for general availability in the first half of 2010. If you’re attending the show, drop by the Adobe booth (Stand 1D45 in Hall 1) to talk to Adobe experts and see Flash Player 10.1 running on Android, Palm WebOS and other platforms and devices. As part of the announcement Adobe also shared that the Open Screen Project has grown to close to 70 partners, all working to bring uncompromised Web browsing to smartphones, tablets, smartbooks, netbooks and other consumer electronics.

On the partnership front, Adobe has joined the LiMo Foundation, allowing developers to bring Flash to LiMo devices. Current members of LiMo include some of the largest operators and OEMs in the industry, including LG, NEC, NTT DOCOMO, Orange, Panasonic, Samsung, SK Telecom, Telefonica, Vodafone, and Verizon Wireless. A full description of LiMo can be found here.

Google’s Nexus One will have Flash Player

Google introduced their new Nexus One phone today — watch Adrian Ludwig preview an early version of Flash Player 10.1 running on the new device.

As we announced at MAX, Google has joined the Open Screen Project to bring another level of openness to the Web that is good for both developers and users.
Many of Google’s technologies such as YouTube, Google Chrome, and soon Android will include Flash Player, enabling users to consume Flash media content seamlessly.

The Nexus One features Google’s Android software, HTC’s hardware design, and QUALCOMM’s Snapdragon chipset. All of these companies participate in the Open Screen Project and we’ve been working with our partners to bring a high performing Flash Player 10.1 to Android and other devices.

Adobe Positioned in Visionaries Quadrant for Mobile Consumer Application Platforms

Exciting news! We have been placed in the Visionaries Quadrant in Gartner, Inc’s Mobile Consumer Application Platform Magic Quadrant report published Dec. 3, 2009.

Our longstanding commitment to the mobile industry has solidified over the years through partnerships with 19 of the top 20 handset manufacturers. We also started the Open Screen Project, an initiative with close to 50 industry partners that are working to develop a consistent Flash runtime for multiple devices. Adobe and partners recently demonstrated progress of this initiative by announcing beta versions of Flash Player 10.1 for desktop and netbook operating systems and the intent to deliver Flash Player 10.1 for the Google Android, Palm webOS and Windows Mobile platforms in early 2010.

For more information, read the press release.

Circle of 8 from Paramount Powered by Flash Platform

Circle of Eight is Paramount Digital Entertainment’s (PDE) original supernatural thriller that premieres today exclusively on MySpace. It is a Web-only movie that was created using the Adobe Flash Platform and Creative Suite 4 software, providing a totally unique interactive experience reaching viewers across operating systems and devices.


Details on our exciting news lineup at MAX 2009!

We here at Adobe are very excited about the news listed below. Please read more to learn about all the great things Adobe announced at this year’s MAX!

Adobe Unveils First Full Flash Player for Mobile Devices and PCs

Flash Player 10.1 will support smartphones, smartbooks, netbooks, PCs, and other Internet-connected devices, allowing users to access the content created by Flash Player anywhere, anytime! See our official press release for additional information about this exciting announcement.

Nokia and Adobe Bring New Flash Applications to Mobile Phones and Other Devices

Nokia and Adobe today announced more than 35 funded multi-screen applications as part of the joint Open-Screen Project Fund. The two companies also presented the brand new Nokia Web Runtime extensions for Adobe® Dreamweaver® CS4 software, which will make the creation of mobile WRT widgets for supported Nokia devices easier than ever. See the official press release for more exciting details.

Adobe and NVIDIA Deliver Rich Web Experiences on Netbooks and Mobile Devices

Adobe Systems Incorporated and NVIDIA Corporation announced that both companies are bringing uncompromised browsing of rich Web content to netbooks, smartphones and smartbooks. As part of the Open Screen Project, the two companies are working together to improve the performance of Flash Player 10.1 by taking advantage of Nvidia GPUs. NVIDIA customers embracing Flash Player 10.1 for their new devices include HP, Lenovo, Samsung, Acer, Asus and more. Learn more here.

Adobe Flash Platform Speeds Web Innovation Across Desktops and Devices

We are excited to announce further enhancements to the Flash Platform! Flash Player 10.1; the new HTTP streaming technology for video delivered on the Flash Platform; upcoming features of Adobe AIR 2 software; a second beta of Adobe Flash Builder and Flash Catalyst software; new Adobe Flash Platform Services for collaboration. Learn more about all these cool enhancements here.

Adobe Unveils LiveCycle Enterprise Suite 2

Adobe announced LiveCycle Enterprise Suite 2 (ES2), which enables businesses and governments to build applications that improve interactions with customers and constituents across devices and channels. LiveCycle ES2 provides a rich Internet application (RIA) framework for building customizable RIA workspaces, mobile and desktop access to critical applications and deployment in the cloud. Enterprises can now deliver personalized experiences that connect to automated processes and embed real-time collaboration in the applications to improve customer experience and boost employee productivity. Learn more about LiveCycle Enterprise Suite 2′s capabilities here.

Adobe and Qualcomm Bring Full Flash Player to Next-Generation Mobile Devices

Adobe Systems Incorporated and Qualcomm Incorporated are working together as part of the Open Screen Project to increase performance for Adobe Flash Player 10.1 for Qualcomm’s chipsets targeted at smartphones and smartbooks. Learn more about their efforts together here.

RIM joins Open Screen Project

Adobe Systems Incorporated announced today that Research In Motion (RIM) is joining the Open Screen Project, and the two companies are working together to bring Adobe Flash Player support to the BlackBerry platform. Learn more about this exciting collaboration here.

Adobe ColdFusion 9 Now Available

Adobe announced the immediate availability of Adobe ColdFusion 9, Adobe ColdFusion Builder Beta 2, and a private beta of the new ColdFusion 9 in the Cloud that will run in the Amazon Web Services environment and enable more developers to access the power of ColdFusion as a hosted service. Learn more about the capabilities of these betas here.

Google Teams up with Adobe for Open Screen Project. Check out this blog entry for additional details.

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