A major update since its original release two years ago, AIR 2 improves overall performance, HTML support and includes new APIs for developers. A broad range of AIR 2 applications are expected soon, ranging from publicly available apps like the updated Avatar (movie) application from 20th Century Fox, to enterprise apps such as Intuit Spheres, a messaging and file sharing application. Read more about AIR 2 on the AIR Team blog.
Flash Player 10.1 has improved performance, power management and video features; new multi-touch and private browsing capabilities; and provides a better Flash Player experience for Mac users. Read more about Flash Player 10.1 on the Flash Player Team blog.
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.
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