Nokia has designed an application in Flashlite for the tracking of disease using mobile devices here.
- Important feature of the software’s ability is data collection. Rapid and precise collection of information, which is then sent instantly to a central server, speeds up what is currently a time-consuming paper-based activity.
- Actual aggregation of the data which helps to build a picture of what’s happening and where.
- Getting the information back to local practitioners, as it then enables them to take appropriate action. What marks HealthRadar out further is the ability to consume the data either on a mobile device or a PC, so the gathered data is useful to people in the field and those based in medical centres.
The software also features a Dashboard which enables users to quickly access key information including a daily update, a GeoHealth Map which highlights disease intensity alongside local health centres, the ability to compare current patterns against historic ones and statistical graphs.
Today, Adobe Unveiled First Full Flash Player For Mobile Devices And PCs. Close to 50 Open Screen Project Participants Support New Browser Runtime for Multiple Platforms.
Adobe unveiled Adobe® Flash® Player 10.1 software for smartphones, smartbooks, netbooks, PCs and other Internet-connected devices, allowing content created using the Adobe Flash Platform to reach users wherever they are. A public developer beta of the browser-based runtime is expected to be available for Windows® Mobile, Palm® webOS and desktop operating systems including Windows, Macintosh and Linux later this year. Public betas for Google® Android™ and Symbian® OS are expected to be available in early 2010. In addition, Adobe and RIM announced a joint collaboration to bring Flash Player to Blackberry® smartphones, and Google joined close to 50 other industry players in the Open Screen Project initiative.
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Mark Doherty has written blogpost here on Device Profile Update 5 for Device Central CS4 which is now available for download. This latest device update for Device Central CS4 contains 36 new and some updated profiles bringing the total number of supported devices to 738.
Here’s an overview of the new profiles:
- DoCoMo Fujitsu F-08A
- DoCoMo Fujitsu F-09A
- DoCoMo NEC N-07A
- DoCoMo NEC N-08A
- DoCoMo NEC N-09A
- DoCoMo Panasonic P-08A
- DoCoMo Panasonic P-09A
- DoCoMo Panasonic P-10A
- DoCoMo Sharp SH-05A
- DoCoMo Sharp SH-06A
- DoCoMo Sharp SH-07A
- HTC Hero for testing flash in the browser
- KDDI Hitachi HIY01
- KDDI Kyocera KYX02
- KDDI Sharp SH002
- KDDI Toshiba TS002
- KDDI Toshiba TSY01
- Nokia 5530 XpressMusic
- Nokia 5630 XpressMusic
- Nokia 5800 XpressMusic Flash Lite 3.1
- Nokia E52
- Nokia N86 8MP
- Nokia N97
- Samsung I8910 HD
- SoftBank NEC 930N
- SoftBank Panasonic 931P
- SoftBank Samsung 931SC
- SoftBank Sharp 934SH
- SoftBank Sharp 935SH
- SoftBank Sharp DM004SH
- SoftBank Toshiba 832T
- Sony Ericsson C901 GreenHeart
- Sony Ericsson C901a GreenHeart
- Sony Ericsson T707
- Sony Ericsson T707a
- Sony Ericsson W518a
All new device profiles would be available through the Online Device Library in Adobe Device Central CS4. You can check the complete set of devices here.
Now Bill Perry from Nokia has a new blog/website – Bill (Mobile Perry) and he has updated his Nokia Flash enabled device list.
He has included not only the latest handset specs (including very latest 5th edition devices such as the 5800 & N97), but also some Maemo devices, namely the N800, N810, and N810 WiMax (which support a Flash 9 browser plugin)
You can download the PDF directly here while reading this one here.
It’s a very useful resource for flashlite community, since the information in Adobe Device Central can sometimes be still (particularly if you don’t get ADC updates), and Bill has put in more information in his post, such as hardware support such as GPS, touch screen, rotation features, and even software feature support such as video support, S60 Platform Services and OVI Store support too. This is one should appreciate in his efforts in putting all the updates in one place in go.
Via Bill, Adobesetup a new mobile demos page on the Adobe site which has 8 different video walk throughs of Flash mobile applications that have been created by various companies. They are:
Bacardi, Mightyverse, SpongeBob SquarePants, Finetune, Sony Pictures, Johnny Walker, and Nasdaq