The Coby DP-102 10.2-inch digital photo frame was better than we expected--especially for its relatively modest price--but we had trouble getting it to play back videos, which forced us to lower its rating.
Better integration with browsers, touch-screen keyboards, and new processors mean Flash Player 10.2 gets long better with Android devices.
We take the Xoom for a spin around the Web. This time, with Flash.
The first beta version of Flash player 10.2 makes better use of the GPU during video playback, resulting in less than 1 percent CPU usage during HD video playback.
Take a good, hard look at Mac OS X 10.2 if you're adding a Mac to a Windows network--Jaguar's new tools can't be beat. But home users, beware the $129 upgrade price if you're not looking for networking options.
A new version of Flash Player for Android devices can take advantage of some hardware acceleration and integrates better with virtual keyboards.
Stage Video makes its debut for more power-efficient video on Flash. The new version also dovetails with IE9's hardware acceleration.
The first update comes to the Honeycomb tablet, readying it for Flash.
Adobe fine-tunes its timeline for releasing its latest Flash Player version to tablets. The Android-run Motorola Xoom is expected to get the software first.
Flash may still be barred from the iPhone and iPad, but Adobe says it's caught on rapidly among other mobile devices. An update to version 10.2 is coming to tablets too.