Tag Archive: Mobile

Vscreens from Sony Ericsson brings your mobile photos to bigger screens

Android Central

An interesting new application hit the Android Market today from Sony Ericsson which allows you to easily share content from your Android smartphone to a bigger screen via a web browser.

Called vscreens, the app is currently in beta but despite being a Sony Ericsson product, they claim it should work with all Android smartphones running 2.1 and above.

The idea is relatively simple. Download the free app from  [Read More…]

Adobe product manager says Apple is one of the top reasons they abandoned Flash Player mobile


The end of development for Flash Player mobile has been a hot topic these past couple days. Adobe announced that HTML5 was the future of mobile media, and that the company needed to put their efforts into that and Air. But is that the only reason?

Adobe product manager Mike Chambers took to his personal blog today to lay out the reasoning behind the move way from Flash Player for mobile  [Read More…]

Droid RAZR now available from Best Buy Mobile

Droid Razr

It’s 11-11-11, and in addition to it being available at the carrier stores and Amazon, Best Buy Mobile’s now carrying the Motorola Droid RAZR with a couple options for purchase. You can get it with a new or renewed two-year contract for $ 299, or you can buy it outright for $ 799.

Order the Motorola Droid RAZR now from Best Buy Mobile


The last version of Adobe Flash you’ll download for mobile (until the next bugfix that is)

Adobe Flash

Here it is, folks, the last version of Adobe Flash Player for mobile. Final. Kaput. Only, not really. While Adobe has halted work on future versions, we’re still likely — very likely — to see the odd bugfix here and there. So head on over to the Android Market and snag version, which has some security enhancements and bugfixes, including video streaming on the Samsung Galaxy S II and enabling 1080p  [Read More…]

Adobe Flash Mobile development to die off according to rumored upcoming statement


Adobe may be ceasing all developmental efforts on mobile Flash according to sources who spoke to ZDNet. On its Tech Broiler blog, ZDNet writer Jason Perlow claims that an update from Adobe to be released later today will confirm that the company is abandoning plans for Flash on mobile devices – like Android phones and tablets –  [Read More…]

Boost Mobile drops the ZTE Warp down to $199

ZTE Warp

Boost Mobile this morning dropped word that it’s dropped the price of the ZTE Warp to $ 199. It’s a solid little phone, with Android 2.3 Gingerbread, a 5MP camera and 1GHz processor. Also, if you buy and activate a Warp on the Android  Montly Unlimited or Daily Unlimited plan by midnight Nov. 8, you’ll get a one-time $ 55 credit to you account. Noyce!

More: ZTE Warp on Boost Mobile

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Google launching mobile website initiative in … wait for it … Mobile, Ala.


Google apparently is set to open a new office on the Gulf Coast, according to the Mobile Press-Register newspaper. We’re not talking a sprawling, Mountain View-type campus, Dan Murtaugh writes on the paper’s website, but, rather, a storefront office that will be part of an iniative to get more businesses to create mobile versions of their websites. The name of the iniative, which will kick off with an event Nov. 14 (the event  [Read More…]

LG mobile sales take a dip as company hopes to bounce back with LTE

LG Mobile Communications continues to struggle in its attempt to catch up to other Android smartphone makers. While HTC and Samsung have reported record sales with their flagship devices, LG reported an 8.5 percent year-over-year drop in sales.

The mobile division at LG reported that it lost KRW 139 billion ($ 128.47 million USD) in Q3 2011. It was the sixth consecutive quarter in  [Read More…]

Intel on mobile, “2 years ahead of the rest of the industry”


What percentage of Android devices are powered by Intel? Google partnered with Intel on the first generation of Google TV devices, but we all know how that turned out. If you look at the smartphones and tablets of today, I would guess Intel has around zero percent market share. Intel thinks 2012 will be the year that changes, but we have been hearing that story for the last two years at CES.

Will  [Read More…]

Opinionaided makes mobile Q&A instant on new Android and iPhone app

People often rely on the judgment of others when making decisions, but your friends aren’t always there to offer advice. Opinionaided organizes feedback from your friends – or a larger, public audience if you so choose – gathered through a new Android app.

Opinionaided is a like a mobile election tracker for questions and answers. While Quora seeks expert opinions, Opinionaided wants to know  [Read More…]