by George Heymann
Adobe Flash Player 11 and Air 3 hit the Android Market today. With the launch, Adobe is introducing its next generation ‘Stage 3D’ architecture that promises 1000x faster rendering performance over Flash Player 10.
This release incorporates features that support theater-quality HD video, native 64-bit optimizations, and high quality HD video conferencing. The architecture is designed to leverage native device and platform capabilities including Android, iPhone, iPad, Blackberry Playbook, Windows, Mac as well as select TVs.
According to the Adobe Flash Platform blog, The next generation console has arrived! “Today, approximately 70% of web games are powered by Flash, along with 9 of the top 10 games on Facebook, about 70% of the games on Google+, and the top social games from companies like Zynga and EA. Games at their best are fluid, immersive experiences, and the unmatched consistency of Flash Player allows game developers to focus on making great games rather than fight fragmented technology. Games just play. And play big: Flash Player brings an audience over 11 times larger than that of the best-selling current generation game console.
Read the rest of this entry »
Filed under: Android, Apple, Blackberry, General technology, iOS, Ipad, Iphone, Media, Microsoft, Services, Software, Windows, ActionScript, Adobe, Adobe Air, Adobe Air 3, Adobe Flash, Adobe Flash Platform, adobe flash player, Adobe Flash Player 11, air, Android, API, Blackberry Playbook, Blackberry Tablet, Flash, Flash Platform, GPU, HD video, http://technology-headlines.com, iOS, IPad, Mac OS, Stage 3 APIs, Stage 3D, technology headlines, Technology Market