“By working closely with Adobe we can tie the Flash runtime directly into the high-end hardware in these devices,” said Tseng. He had been invited to demonstrate the technology during Google CEO Eric Schmidt’s keynote speech at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona on Tuesday.
However, Tseng’s attempt to play a Flash video embedded in the front page of The New York Times Website was thwarted by competition for the wireless network in the theater.
“It’s buffering,” said Tseng. “Everybody get off Wi-Fi now.”
A second demonstration, of an Android phone playing a trailer for a post-Apocalypse movie, was more successful.
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