Whatever you say Mr. Shatner
I'm pretty sure he's talking about using flash to develop native iOS apps. (http://www.adobe.com/devnet/logged_in/abansod_iphone.html).
BTW, I don't think I made it clear in my original post; the reason people think its a fake is because some stuff happens on the screen before he actually places the shape/figurine on it. He claims that his finger brushed the screen.
Here's the guy's response to a comment about this on his website:
Non tu ne rêves pas, mais j’ai juste appuyé avec mon doigt au moment de prendre le pion et cela à créé un contact. La démo est développée en Flash et marche vraiment très bien. Nous sommes en train de la redévelopper en Objective C (merci Steve;-).
It says: No, your not dreaming. I just pressed (brushed?) my finger at the moment when I picked up the piece and that created a contact. The demo is developed in Flash and works very well. We're in the process of porting it to objective-c.
Atrocities? Seriously? I like net neutrality as much as the next guy (posting on Slashdot) but comparing inconvenient telecommunications fees/policies to genocide or war crimes is ridiculous (and cheapens the word).
I use Ubiquity all the time for text translation. You just highlight the text, bring up Ubiquity and type translate. IMO this is where ubiquity shines; its hardly bolted on, its a really natural way of instructing the browser to work with the page I have open. Its way more convenient than any other option since I don't have to switch pages/tabs.
The iphone has had stereo bluetooth since iPhone OS 3.0. I have Motorola HT820 headphones (which suck btw, too heavy), and I haven't had any problems with A2DP with my iPhone 3G.
Anybody else read that in the movie preview voice? It was really exciting until about the 3rd sentence.
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