Since last October, Adobe has been releasing small updates to its beta version of Flash 10.1, which brought new features to the plug-in, including hardware acceleration; however, the new hardware acceleration was limited to the Windows version. At the release of the last version, some claimed that Apple had not been forthcoming with the code for Adobe to properly implement hardware acceleration. Following this announcement, Apple released the code, and now the 10.1 beta for Flash has been rereleased with hardware acceleration.
The update includes video capture, plug-in support, improved battery life, and app performance, among other changes, for Pre and Pixi smartphone users.
The BlackBerry Bold 9650 and BlackBerry Pearl 3G are two for BlackBerry fans, sticking with tried and tested looks but adding a few up-to-date features
At WES 2010, Research in Motion shows off its new BlackBerry OS 6, which is set to debut in Q3.
RIM kicks off its BlackBerry conference in Orlando with some announcements about the next version of its operating system and promises of previews to come.
LinkedIn is bringing its 60 million users to the BlackBerry OS, with features that integrate the app with core BlackBerry services.
Apple has posted a revised updater for the OS X 10.6.3 update, which should appear in Software Update on systems for which it applies.
Ahead of its annual WES conference, Research in Motion unveils two upcoming smartphones, including a refresh of the popular Pearl series.
Are you a BlackBerry user who covets the Apple's smartphone? Join the crowd.
Patches address flaws that could let someone bypass security restrictions, shut down an app, disclose sensitive info, conduct attacks, or take over the device.