Jun 10

Online gambling on mobile devices is getting more popular these days. It wasn’t always possible to play such games on iPhones, because Apple didn’t allow users to play Flash-files. As a response, casinos decided to develop their own iPhone apps. In countries like The Netherlands casino-apps weren’t allowed in the App Store, but luckily a lot of things have changed in the last years. Thanks to HTML 5 it is now possible to play iPhone roulette via the browser on your smartphone. Flash is no longer needed to play casino games on your iPhone.

» Play Roulette On Your iPhone

Jun 05


According to the infographic, an engrossing 70% of the organizations are either using or are at least planning to use custom mobile apps for their business, indicating the stirring effect of mobilizing an enterprise. Enterprises are gradually implementing the concept of owning an app store, where employees can make access to official applications. The infographic also sees the vociferation for new technologies like HTML 5 in enterprise app development and unveils the reasons as to why HTML 5 is emerging as the preferred choice. Check out the full infographic after the break. » Infographic On Enterprise Mobility

Mar 08

flashhtml5
Adobe launched a new tool to convert Flash files into HTML 5. This is because Apple doesnt support flash on iDevices because flash uses to much battery life and can crash your iPhone. Wallaby “which is the name of the tool, which is still in beta” makes it possible to make your flash content compatible with the iPhone, iPod or iPad. » Convert Adobe Flash FLA Files Into HTML & Reach More Devices

May 15

iPad Video Stats
Mefeedia
monitored online video around the Internet and found out that 26 percent of the movies on the web can be played on the iPad because these movies are encoded in H.264 or HTML 5. 26 percent doesn’t sound like that much but just a view months ago “in January” only 10% could be played on the iPad, that’s a pretty big growth. » 26% Of Web Videos Is iPad-Ready