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Adobe has baked support for Apple's HTTP Live Streaming technology into Flash Media Server 4.5, providing a workaround for Flash video on iOS devices
BLITZ, the interactive agency behind campaigns for HALO, Nike, Starbucks, DIRECTV, FX and so on, has today released the source code and scripts for hacking Microsoft's Kinect hands-free motion controller to allow it to output data to platforms such as Flash, Silverlight, Unity or HTML.
Why Adobe and Microsoft have such different plans for Flash and Silverlight and such similar views of HTML 5.If you look at the dozens of Web sites Microsoft has collected to show off what you can do in HTML 5 - or, obviously, what you can do in IE9, which has a pretty comprehensive implementation of a standard in progress - you'll see a lot of things you used to expect to need a plug-in like Flash or Silverlight to achieve.
For a while, it seemed like Adobe and Microsoft were destined to be pure rivals. Microsoft seemed to be going after Adobe at every front, from Silverlight taking on Flash to Redmond's planned rival format to PDF.
Microsoft's rich media player arrives for Nokia's 5800, N97 and N97 mini phones, ahead of Silverlight appearing on any Microsoft-based phones.
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Microsoft's rich media player arrives for Nokia's 5800, N97 and N97 mini phones, ahead of Silverlight appearing on any Microsoft-based phones
Companies like Microsoft and Apple have been giving Adobe a bit of a hard time -- not supporting Flash on their mobile devices, and blaming the plugin for being sub-par. With big players shunning Adobe, and technologies like Silverlight and HTML5 threatening to steal developers, something has got t happen.
Microsoft's Silverlight started out as a Flash competitor, but has evolved into a cross-platform way of delivering .NET and Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) applications both in and out the browser.
Day two of Microsoft's PDC saw clients take centre stage, with browsers, rich internet applications and productivity tools in the spotlight
Microsoft's fourth-generation answer to Adobe Flash, Silverlight 4, was released overnight at the software giant's 2009 Professional Developers Conference in Los Angeles.
What’s the future of the web?On one side there’s Flash and Silverlight and the rich internet applications world, which is working on ways of taking the web outside the browser and onto the desktop, where it “lights up” applications and plugs them into a connected world of APIs and services.
The company has unveiled a network for high-definition video designed to deliver content via Flash, Silverlight and the iPhone
Akamai unveiled a network for high-definition video designed to deliver content via Adobe Flash and Microsoft Silverlight and Apple's iPhone. The goal: Deliver an HDTV experience online.
The chipmaker has set up a developer programme in a bid to have more applications written for small-screened systems running on its low-power processor
Microsoft rolled out the final version of its Windows Embedded CE 6.0 R3 operating system on September 22. The 6.0 R3 release is the first CE variant to include an embedded version of Silverlight, Microsoft's Flash competitor.
Microsoft is slated to show off two features that it is incorporating into the next version of Silverlight, its Internet Explorer plug-in alternative to Adobe Flash at the International Broadcasting Conference (IBC) in Amsterdam, which kicks off on September 11.
Research In Motion is planning on integrating full Adobe Flash and Microsoft Silverlight support into their BlackBerry web browser, according to a report.BoyGeniusReport notes that the integration is "a while away," as in "next summer.
The first full version of the browser, which can easily display Flash and Silverlight video, has been released for use on mobile phones
Problems last year with Microsoft's Silverlight prompts MLB.com to switch to Adobe's Flash player to stream live major league games to a growing subscriber base.