Adobe Flash 10.1 for Mobiles Launched

Adobe has announced the launch of Adobe Flash 10.1.

To be available shortly, Adobe said that they have completely redesigned Flash 10.1 from the ground up and it now supports multi-touch operations, smart zooming, and accelerometer-aided device rotation and it has been optimized to work with “all major chip and mobile platforms” which means we could expect some improved CPU, battery, and power consumption management. Continue reading “Adobe Flash 10.1 for Mobiles Launched”

World’s first Symbian^2 device starts shipping from Japan

Symbian today announced that Symbian^2 (S^2) platform will be running on the 4 new devices from NTT DOCOMO INC which was unveiled on 18 May 2010 viz the docomo PRIME series™ F-06B, docomo STYLE series™ F-07B and docomo STYLE series F-08B, manufactured by Fujitsu Limited and the docomo PRIME series SH-07B, manufactured by Sharp Corporation.

Apart from being the first devices to run on Symbian^2, these 4 devices also feature 13.2 megapixel camera, full HD video recording and playback, Wi-Fi access point capability and a waterproof body. Continue reading “World’s first Symbian^2 device starts shipping from Japan”

Google Voice for Android updated. Gets improved inbox syncronization and more

At the Google I/O Conference, Google announced a new version of Google Voice for Android. Along with Support for Android 2.2, Google has improved the reliability of Inbox synchronization and fixed many reported bugs in the application. Continue reading “Google Voice for Android updated. Gets improved inbox syncronization and more”

Nokia Software Updater Gets v2.5.2 Update

Nokia Software Updater, the desktop tool through which you can update the firmwares of your Nokia Devices has been updated to v2.5.2 from its previous version v2.5.1.

The changelog of this new version is not available as yet, but we will update you as soon as we find one. Continue reading “Nokia Software Updater Gets v2.5.2 Update”