Flash Player 10.1 and AIR 2 released

Aaah… This is a great day! The Flash Player and AIR teams have been working on this for months and we’ve also been talking about it for quite a while. Today we’re upgrading the web with a ton of new features in Flash Player 10.1 and enable developers to build engaging cross-platform desktop applications.
Flash Player […]

The apps on my Nexus One

People have asked me which apps I use on my Nexus One quite a few times already so I thought I’d do a blog post on it.
Adobe AIR & Flash Player 10.1
I don’t think this needs too much explanation 😉 Having Flash Player 10.1 in the browser really is a blessing. When breaking news happens I […]

Android week: Tech blogs about Flash Player 10.1 on Android

Tech journalists always get to play with the coolest gadgets before everyone else. Luckily one of the benefits of working at Adobe is that I also had access to the early bits of Flash Player 10.1 for Android. I’m sure you’ve all seen us blog and tweet about how great it is to have Flash […]

Android week: On switching to Android

When I first saw the iPhone I immediately fell in love with it. After walking around with an iPod, a PDA and a mobile phone I could finally have all of these things in one device. I was worried that when I switched to Android I would need to go back to using 2 devices […]

Flash Player 10.1 preview release for Android at Google I/O

Even though I already have FP10.1 installed on my Nexus One (one of the many perks of working at Adobe ;-)), I’m very happy to see that we will be releasing a public preview of Flash Player 10.1 for Android on my birthday… eh I mean… at Google I/O on May 19th/20th.
Ever since I switched […]

On Adobe, Flash CS5 and iPhone Applications

A little over a week ago Apple released a new draft of their iPhone developer program license which contained the following clause:
3.3.1 — Applications may only use Documented APIs in the manner prescribed by Apple and must not use or call any private APIs. Applications must be originally written in Objective-C, C, C++, or JavaScript […]

Flash Player 10.1 for Android still on track for H1 release

There seems to be some confusion around whether or not Flash Player 10.1 for Android will ship in the first half of 2010 like we promised. It’s very energizing and refreshing to see the excitement about Flash Player coming to Android! However, I do want to set the record straight.
Flash Player 10.1 for Android is […]

6 lesser known features in Flash Player 10.1

I’m sure by now you know about all the new features in Flash Player 10.1 but I’m also sure that there are a few that you didn’t know about yet. Some of them are pretty cool and very useful/good to know. That is why I wanted to give you a quick list of 6 lesser […]

Video: AOL Media explains the benefits of Flash Player 10.1

Sun Sachs from AOL Media explains how Flash Player 10.1 coming to mobile devices is going to change the way they publish their 88+ brands across multiple devices.

For more videos from Mobile World Congress, check out the MWC page on Adobe TV.

Video: Brightcove about Flash Player 10.1 on mobile devices

At Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, I bumped in to Cameron Church from Brightcove. We talked about the Brightcove Mobile Experience and Cameron explains how Flash Player 10.1 expands Brightcove’s reach to smart phone users.

For more info about Brightcove, check out brightcove.com.