Author Archives: jtalbot
This has been a pretty amazing week for Android. The demonstration of the new tablet optimized OS named Honeycomb and the launch of the new online Marketplace were very cool. Honeycomb is incorporating some really nice elements such as an … Continue reading
To put multiple rumors to rest, it looks like the Android operating system optimized for Tablets will not require dual core processors: http://www.androidcentral.com/morrill-no-minimum-processor-requirements-honeycomb
For those of you who are Lynda.com subscribers, my preview release of Flash Builder Burrito and Hero was released today.
I have been working quite a bit this week with the Android Emulator that ships with the Android SDK. Works really well and is great for testing my AIR/Hero applications. One interesting tidbit: I had a local web server installed … Continue reading
Google announced Android 2.3, code named Gingerbread today! It should be making its way to some devices in a few short weeks. They also announced a new Google branded phone, known as the Nexus S that will be available from … Continue reading
I have had my Galaxy Tab for a few months now and am really enjoying it. I have spent time with the iPad as well, and think it is a great device but prefer the Tab for a number of … Continue reading
During my free time, I have been developing some applications for my Android devices using Adobe AIR 2.5. I will soon be hosting a series on Lynda.com on AIR for Android development as a well as a preview series for … Continue reading
Adobe AIR is the native application development environment for Blackberry’s upcoming Tablet, the Playbook. This represents an amazing opportunity for Flex/AIR developers to monetize their AIR applications. Today RIMM announced that the Playbook will be priced under $500 US dollars … Continue reading
My name is James Talbot and I have been with Adobe for over 10 years performing multiple different roles within the company from a sales engineer to a technical trainer. I am currently working in the enterprise business unit focusing … Continue reading
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