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Chumby Looks to Be Getting Chummy With Broader Software Development

Chumby Looks to Be Getting Chummy With Broader Software Development

So, the Chumby came out awhile ago. It's this little box-like device that pulls information off the internet, like weather, news, and sports updates, and then displays them in Flash format in real-time. It was a pretty original idea, and while it may not have been the sharpest looking thing on the block, its functionality was close to making it worth it. Especially if you don't like alarm clocks, and can't afford the alternative. But, apparently the hardware wasn't the top of the pick for many, and so Chumby is moving over onto the software front, hoping to make a name for itself.

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Microsoft’s Flash Zune Nowhere To Be Found in Zune Store

Microsoft’s Flash Zune Nowhere To Be Found in Zune Store

If you were hoping to buy your next Flash memory Zune from the official Zune Store, you're out of luck. It seems that Microsoft is taking the next logical step in getting ready for the onset of the Zune HD, and pulling their lower-memory models from their electronic shelves.

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Maxell get busy with broad new flash range

Maxell get busy with broad new flash range

Maxell have announced a new range of flash memory, and rather than picking a format and sticking to it they've splashed out on a whole bevy of products.  The new storage includes a basic USB drive, through "Slider", "360-degree" and "Style" models with retracting USB plug, flipping cover and encryption respectively, to microSD, SD and Compact Flash cards.

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A-DATA Turbo Class10 16GB SDHC announced

A-DATA Turbo Class10 16GB SDHC announced

A-DATA have announced their latest SDHC card, the Turbo Series Class 10 offering up to 22MBps transfer rates with devices that support the SD v3.0 standard.  The 16GB SDHC card is intended for DSLR and HD video users, and promises 1920 x 1080 HD support and burst sequential shot support.

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Lexar reveals 16GB micro and 32GB SDHC cards

Lexar reveals 16GB micro and 32GB SDHC cards

Lexar announced two new memory cards today that offer up higher capacities for phone and camera users. First up is the 16GB microSDHC card, which features 34nm technology and can hold up to 4,000 songs.

SanDisk Extreme SDHC 32GB card announced

SanDisk Extreme SDHC 32GB card announced

SanDisk announced their brand new Extreme SDHC 32GB card today and it is intended for use in higher-end HD camcorders and DSLRs. In fact, it has a 30MB/s read and write speed and beats the AVCHD HD video recording requirements.

HTC Hero Flash demonstrated by Adobe

HTC Hero Flash demonstrated by Adobe

Our HTC Hero hands-on video is still uploading, so to tide you over let's allow Adobe to explain one of the more interesting aspects of the new smartphone: its Flash support.  Adobe team member Adrian Ludwig shows the new Hero and demonstrates the browser, which can show in-page animated and interactive content, such as games and adverts, together with video.

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HTC add Flash support to Android Hero

HTC add Flash support to Android Hero

As well as the Hero, HTC have announced a deal with Adobe to bring support for Flash to the new smartphone.  Describing it as "an important step toward full web browsing with Flash Player 10 on mobile phones in future".  What it does mean, though, is full access to Flash video like YouTube within the browser. 

 

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Sony Ericsson Idou video demo shows browser Flash support

Sony Ericsson Idou video demo shows browser Flash support

Another Sony Ericsson Idou prototype has fallen into blogger hands, and this time it's CNET Germany who are showing off the upcoming 3.5-inch wunderphone on video.  It may be in Germany but the footage does show one thing: Flash support in the browser.

Video demo after the cut

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Dell Mini 9 to have Adobe Flash on Android platform?

Dell Mini 9 to have Adobe Flash on Android platform?

It looks like Bsquare, a mobile software developer, has spoken a bit too openly about their release plans. Apparently, they'll be porting Adobe Flash Lite to Dell netbooks. However, where they might have said too much is when they noted these Dell netbooks would be running on Android.

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Toshiba shipping 32 nm NAND flash already

Toshiba shipping 32 nm NAND flash already

Just two months ago we were talking about Toshiba and their new 32 nm NAND flash memory, and though it was supposed to not see consumers' hands until the fall, it's now available in a limited capacity.

The flash memory will be available for mass consumption by July. The new process employed here uses a 32-gigabit chip, which is 4GB, and when stacked 8 tall, you end up with 32GB of total memory in one tiny space.

While we don't know who will receive the larger flash memory first, it does seem likely that Toshiba will be providing the memory for the iPhone 3.0. The company also notes that USB storage with the new memory capacity will be their first products to carry the 32 nm chip.

[via Engadget]

Adobe Flash Platform for HDTVs gets hardware, content

Adobe Flash Platform for HDTVs gets hardware, content

Adobe have announced hardware and content partners who will adopt the Adobe Flash Platform on internet-connected HDTVs and set-top boxes.  Demonstrating a range of widget and HD streaming media capable devices at the National Association of Broadcasters Show this week, Broadcom, Comcast, Intel, Netflix, NXP Semiconductors and others have all signed up for the platform.

 

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