Google Brings the FUD

Flash-enabled multitouch Android tablet spotted in the wild, apparently. But if Flash were any good, the greatest smartphone platform on the planet would have the power to support it, right? FAIL.

  1. Angelworks
    May 6, 2010 at 6:21 pm

    So essentially your saying Android is a more powerful platform than the iPhone OS? 🙂

  2. Marcus
    May 7, 2010 at 8:00 am

    Looks good, have someone make it so that it isn’t 4″ thick and isn’t over $500 and ship it then we have something to talk about. Otherwise, it is another controlled demo from Adobe. Two days ago, Engadget wanted to drive it. They were told that the wifi was bad (even though it has an ethernet port) and had no local flash demos to show and to come back later. Hmmm, I haven’t seen another update from Engadget about this. Adobe is like a roommate who is always late with the rent. “I promise, this Friday I’ll have it” or “I had it, but you will never believe what happened…” Everyone’s BS detector is going off. Stop with the excuses Adobe and ship it. Leak it to Cydia if it is so awesome. Until then, Shut Up(tm – to Mosspuppet I’m sure).

  3. May 7, 2010 at 6:46 pm

    Do you really think Adobe is incapable of producing a lightweight flash version, suitable for mobile devices?

    I honestly don’t know. The answer will have to wait another year or so.

    By the way, I’ve started writing a technology and brain games blog, my last post may be of interest to you. If you never heard about memristors, take a walk down fantasy lane:

  4. May 15, 2010 at 8:23 pm

    It’s so thick because it requires like 10 mobile phones to power it.

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