BlackBerry PlayBook Tablet to Sell for Less than $500

  Starting in the first quarter of 2011, the BlackBerry PlayBook will be sold for less than $500. Bloomberg also quoted Co-CEO of Research In Motion (RIM)—Jim Balsillie—saying that the PlayBook tablet will be “very competitively priced.” It is unclear if the presumable $499 price tag for the tablet refers to the Wi-Fi only model that ...

Tags: , , , ,

Adobe Flash Player 10.1 Reaffirmed for BlackBerry

 BlackBerry smartphone users throughout the world can rejoice—Adobe has confirmed again that Adobe Flash Player 10.1 will be coming to the platform. Sure, the information was tucked away in a press release and Adobe seems a lot more excited about the possibilities of Flash and AIR on the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet, but it’s something. Release ...

Tags: , , , ,

Microsoft Talks to Adobe: Buyout Possible?

Microsoft is making headlines but probably not for the reasons it wants to. Sure, Windows Phone 7 (WP7) launches with AT&T and T-Mobile on Monday but possibly the bigger story is that Microsoft's CEO had a secret meeting with Adobe's CEO. That's right, Steve Ballmer went to Adobe's HQ to talk to Shantanu Narayen with ...

Tags: , , , ,

No Flash for original Droid users?

  The original Droid from Motorola made some waves in the Android world when released many moons ago. The recent launch of the new Droid X and Droid 2 have essentially made the original Droid outdated and behind in the times. However, Verizon and Motorola have not stopped pushing support to the model. Recently the OG ...

Tags: , , , ,

Flash 10.1 for Your BlackBerry

Well Adobe finally got around to releasing Flash 10.1 for mobile devices and is promising that the new Flash 10.1 mobile is fully optimized for mobile devices and their hardware limitations. However, the news is not all good. It’s those pesky Android OS users that will be able to use Flash Player first if they ...

Tags: , , ,

Flash fully operational on Nexus One

The day has finally come, we can see Flash running at full capacity on an Android based mobile device. While most common users are unaware to what Flash is or why they would need it on their phone, me and you know better. This is exciting to everyone who is not an IPhone junkie, and ...

Tags: , ,

HTC Smartphones Given for Free for Adobe Employees

Employees from the Adobe Company have been given an unusually early treat: free smartphones with full Flash capability. However, it is much less of an early Christmas treat but more of using existing sources to test their prototype and giving back the favor first initiated by Apple. There is currently no confirmation as to the ...

Tags: , ,