iPhone Users Overwhelm “SkyFire” Server Watching Flash Content

SkyFire iPhone App

The Skyfire app for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad from Skyfire Labs is an iOS app that provides a way to view Flash based web content. The way it actually does this is to have the app request Flash based content, which is then transcoded on Skyfire’s servers into an iOS friendly format, before being squirted over the web to … Read More

Stephen NorthcottiPhone Users Overwhelm “SkyFire” Server Watching Flash Content

Adobe Launches “We Love Apple” Ad Campaign

adobe apple ad campaign

Adobe is dropping some serious cash for a web campaign running on a number of high profile tech sites. With the adverts it seems to be escalating the spat between itself and Apple over Flash. The campaign appears in a white rectangle with a crisp “We heart Apple” message, and the Adobe logo at the bottom. It then flips to … Read More

Stephen NorthcottAdobe Launches “We Love Apple” Ad Campaign

Hot News: Steve Jobs Writes An Open Letter About Flash

In a rather unusual move Steve Jobs has eschewed his normal curt emails from his iPhone or iPad and typed an opus on Apple’s reasoning behind not allowing Flash on iDevices. What’s more he’s posted it front page on the Apple corporate web site for all to see. It makes compelling reading, and calmly and clearly outlines the many factors … Read More

Stephen NorthcottHot News: Steve Jobs Writes An Open Letter About Flash

Steve Jobs: ‘No one will be using Flash’

Yesterday we published an article where we highlighted the growing adoption of HTML5 and how Flash might just be a forgotten technology soon. According to Wired after the iPad announcement Steve Jobs made himself available to employees who could ask him any question. When Jobs was questioned about his views on Adobe he said: About Adobe: They are lazy, Jobs … Read More

Ravin MohindruSteve Jobs: ‘No one will be using Flash’

iPhone, iPod touch and Now iPad: The End of the Flash War?

Since the beginning of the iPhone, much has been talked about its lack of Flash support. With the introduction of the iPad earlier this week, and its similar lack of support, it seems like the beginning of the end of one of the most prolific tiffs in Silicon Valley. Whether it has been for design purposes, aesthetics, ego, or control … Read More

Ravin MohindruiPhone, iPod touch and Now iPad: The End of the Flash War?