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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 CNET.com, 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


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, adobe.com 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.

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