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Android Google Media Portables Upgrades

Adobe Ships Flash Player 10.2 For Android 3.x 39

Posted by timothy
from the catching-up-with-the-jobses dept.
MojoKid writes "Adobe last night announced the release of Flash Player 10.2 for Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) tablets and it is available for download in the Android Market. Eventually, this could prove to be a big deal, but it looks as though a Honeycomb update is needed to take full advantage of the Flash Player 10.2's new features. It's not certain if it was intentional or not, but Adobe's statement points to an updated Honeycomb release, Android 3.1. According to reports, the new Android build is coming out soon for currently shipping Honeycomb tablets like the Xoom and Eee Pad Transformer."
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Adobe Ships Flash Player 10.2 For Android 3.x

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  • by drb226 (1938360) on Friday April 29, 2011 @09:17PM (#35981932)
    Yep. New feature: the bottom-right corner of the screen acts as a trackpad, which moves a pointer around the screen. It's just like having a mouse, and not having a touchscreen! But wait, there's more! Experimental builds use the front-facing camera like a Kinect, so all you have to do is stand 6 feet away from your tablet and stretch your arm out and awkwardly move the pointer around. There's also a special mirror you can buy for tablets that only have rear-facing cameras.

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