From the article, Adobe Shows Google Android Tablet as Apple iPad Alternative, Adobe has demoed an Android tablet.
Now bloggers have seen it in action, thanks to Adobe, which showed off an Android tablet at Web 2.0 Expo in San Francisco, held May 3 to 6.
The images and videos (and laughs) come courtesy of Zedomax, which scored this scoop, noting the device supports Adobe Systems’ Flash and Air.
Google and Adobe later confirmed that Android would support Flash, the ultimate riposte alliance to Apple’s snubbing of Adobe.
Adobe is obviously trying to bite back at Apple for the many comments about how bad Adobe’s Flash platform is for mobile devices.
Will the table running Flash prove any of Steve Jobs’ ‘Thoughts on Flash’ wrong?
Watch the video:
The folding, touchscreen / stylus operated dual tablet concept, as cool as it is, is cancelled.
The Microsoft Courier was one of the most promising new technologies to make it out of Redmond.
Sure enough, MacRumors has it covered, Leaked Photos of Next Generation iPhone.
The images have come in from 2 sources to MacRumors. Of course both sources have submitted the same image.
So far all we can tell is:
- The new model number is A1303
- The phone has a matte black look
- Supposedly the case is made of metal again (did they solve issues with the antennae?)
This seems pretty convincing to me, especially after hearing that the new iPhones may be coming out in June/July with a higher screen resolution.
MSNBC reported on a new $99 iPhone (which has had analysts going crazy). Along with the story were ruminations, by wireless analyst David Chamberlain, that the new iPhone would be releaced possibly alongside the $99 iPhone. It would be the same price as it is now, but feature a higher 720×480 screen resolution (versus the 480×320 of current iPhones). The new screen resolution would also put the new iPhone in running to meet up with Apple’s tablet technology.
Interesting times ahead in the world of iPhone.