admin · Nov 12, 2011 at 10:00 am

Adobe Flash Mobile Takes a Bow [Weekly Recap]

This week on XDA TV, after recapping the various Android and Windows Phone 7 developments, and proposing the creation of a list of all known Android vendors who violate the GPL, Azrienoch sets his sights on anyone–outside of devoted Flash developers–who thinks Adobe’s move to halt development of mobile Flash is at all significant. Click on for the video.

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Full Unofficial Dump For Galaxy Nexus

HTC Edge: World’s First Quad-Core Smartphone?

Recovery Image For HTC Rezound – AmonRa Style

HTC’s Likely Rezounding Disappointment

Pandora for WP7 Proof of Concept Released!

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Newsplat with Caplat – November 3rd

Moving Forward with Hewlett Packard’s GPL Violation

Adobe Ditches Flash Mobile, Somewhere Steve Jobs is Smiling


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