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Nexus One Flash 10.1 video demo

Nexus One Flash 10.1 video demo

It's still not yet publicly available for Nexus One owners, but that hasn't stopped at least one demonstration of Flash 10.1 running on Google's "superphone".  We came across the modified Nexus One here at Mobile World Congress 2010 this week, and shot some video of the SlashGear.TV media player (which is, obviously, Flash-based) along with YouTube.  The good news is that it works; the bad news is that it doesn't work especially well.

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NVIDIA demo digital mag & Farmville on Tegra tablet

NVIDIA demo digital mag & Farmville on Tegra tablet

What's the best use for an NVIDIA Tegra 250 second-gen tablet? If you said Condé Nast's Wired digital magazine demo, or indeed popular Facebook game Farmville, NVIDIA have you covered. The company had their latest tablet prototypes on show, and were demonstrating the finger-friendly magazine together with the addictive farming game.

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Notion Ink Adam Flash video demo

Notion Ink Adam Flash video demo

Mobile World Congress may have a cellular-focus, but that doesn't mean it's all about phones.  One of the more interesting devices SlashGear have been following this year is Notion Ink's Adam tablet, the Tegra-based Android touchscreen slate that promises to oust all thoughts of the iPad from your imagination, and they're quietly bringing their latest wares to the show.  They're latest prototype is still en-route from manufacturing, but to whet our appetite the company sent over some new video of Adam's rotating webcam and its Flash support.

Video demo after the cut

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Adobe talk iPad Flash alternatives

Adobe talk iPad Flash alternatives

Running as it does the iPhone OS, the iPad joins the list of Apple devices that won't play Flash content.  While they're not ready to announce Flash for the platform, Adobe have confirmed that their upcoming Packager for iPhone - which will be part of Flash Pro CS5 - will indeed support the iPad along with the iPhone and iPod touch.

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Motorola Backflip official; CLIQ getting Android 2.1; DROID getting Flash 10.1

Motorola Backflip official; CLIQ getting Android 2.1; DROID getting Flash 10.1

SlashGear is at Motorola's press conference at CES 2010 today, and the company has just announced the Motorola Backflip.  While they're not mentioning carrier partnerships today, it's worth noting that the Backflip image shown now is the same as AT&T showed earlier today.  Meanwhile Moto also confirmed that the CLIQ (aka the Motorola DEXT) will be upgraded from Android 1.5 to 2.1, and that Adobe Flash 10.1 will be pushed out to the DROID in future releases.

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