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Broadcom 'Running' Pursuit of Adobe's Flash 10.1

Shortly after Adobe announced the latest version of flash, a leading graphics companies like NVIDIA, ATI and Intel have entered their names to support these technologies. Do not want to miss, Broadcom also helped provide support to the device hardware.

As quoted from liliputting, Thursday (19/11/2009) video accelerator Broadcom is not a graphics card that is 'standalone'. Thus, users do not need to buy it separately.

Although not dedicated to playing games, but the graphics card is claimed to optimize the quality of High Definition video class at netbook. So the video is showing would have outstanding qualities.

The first netbook to use this graphics card is the HP Mini 110. But what happened, some owners of these netbooks instead 'mempreteli' this graphics card to be installed on the netbook brands.

In the Adobe forum and MyHPMini, mentioned also that with a combination of Adobe Flash Player 10.1 with this graphics card, it can optimize the embedded Atom processor in a ne…

Adobe Flash Coming Soon to Mobile

Today, Adobe released the prerelease version of Flash Player 10.1 for computers and netbooks running Windows, Mac OS X and Linux (linux). Adobe has also updated some of its mobile demo videos and documents and it looks like a beta of Flash Player 10.1 for the Palm Pre is right around the corner.

Flash Player 10.1 utilizes GPU and hardware acceleration for H.264 and AAC media whenever possible. The big hurdle with Flash on mobile or low-powered devices is that Flash isn’t compiled to offload the decoding tasks to the graphics processor, which can often do the heavy lifting with better performance with with less power consumption.

Even if you aren’t running a netbook or lower-powered system, you might just benefit from downloading Flash Player 10.1 prerelease. Mac OS X users have had a lot of issues with Flash slowdowns — even on the fastest machines. My own iMac with an Intel i7 and 8 GB of RAM still suffers more slowdowns than it should. The prerelease reduces CPU usage to a significant…

Free Flash Interactive Calendar Components

Calendar Date Component


You may edit .fla file to customized look and feel of the calendar and customizable the color of all elements. It is fully resizable to suit your needs.

Download flash calendar files here.

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Interactive Calendar



This Interactive Flex Calendar component was created by Ely Greenfield, Adobe Flash developer. It is fully commented, what makes it much easier working with the application.
The possibilities of this Calendar component are really enormous. You may - click the month/year/day buttons to change the view.
- click on the small calendar to go right to a day.
- shift click on a different day on the small calendar to select a range.
You may also set events, move them to another days, change their duration and start time, and much more.

Download flash calendar with source files and documentation here.

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SPARK Events Calendar


This Event Calendar is fully compatible with Flash 8/AS2. It is designed for displaying events that occur in a variety of different patterns inc…

TokyoFlash Analog Watches

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