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Smash hit hasn’t had much success shifting from physical rentals to digital, even under Dish’s wing. Nonetheless, it’s wagering that the umpteenth time’s the appeal with a relaunch of its Hit On Need streaming flick service. The revamp ticks numerous of the checkboxes for a modern-day by-the-title rental store with 1080p and 5.1-channel border noise as well as apps for 2012 Samsung Smart Televisions, Android and Roku 2 boxes. However, there’s a lot of curious choices, and we don’t simply suggest the omission of a subscription design. It’s missing out on an iOS app, highlights apps for desktop computer viewing and leaves no way to enjoy HD video on anything however a TELEVISION– our mobile and COMPUTER screens have actually advanced in the past numerous years, Hit. Idiosyncrasies notwithstanding, the rebirth presents more of a combined front than the one-time titan has actually offered in the past.
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Sick of letting your Android-toting friends lord their slightly fancier Dropbox app over you? Relief has actually shown up: Dropbox 1.5 is now offered for iOS. Current update provides the application in line with its Android relative, including automatic uploads for pics and video over WiFi and cellular hookups, the capability to upload data of any size and a new Gallery view. Cloud storage aficionados that take advantage of the new automatic upload characteristic will certainly score up to 3GB of added storage space, administered in 500MB increments as needed. Noise excellent? Of course it does, check it out for yourself at the iTunes link below.
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Microsoft revealed its Windows Phone “Tango” engineering effort at MWC last week, but the company was fairly vague on the exact restrictions for its new low-memory devices. Nokia and ZTE will be the first device manufacturers to launch Windows Phones with just 256MB of RAM, but there will be restrictions for end users and developers. Microsoft updated its Windows Phone site this week with the full details:
- Windows Phone Marketplace app restrictions – Some processor-intensive apps have specific memory requirements, and will not work on devices with 256MB of RAM.
- Podcast subscriptions and video podcasts – Devices with 256MB of RAM will not be able to manage podcast subscriptions of watch video podcasts.
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Screenshots of an alleged Windows Phone “Tango” build leaked to the internet today and demonstrate a number of new features in Microsoft’s next Windows Phone update. Russian site WP7forum says that Tango will include the ability to export contacts to SIM, manage domestic / international roaming, and handle multiple attachments in a single MMS message. MMS currently supports single images and Tango will allegedly add support for video messages too. Microsoft also appears to be building in a native voice recording application for MMS messages.
Ardent iOS supporters have been clamoring for true Flash support for years, and with the announcement of their new version of Flash Media Server, Adobe completely fails to deliver. Instead, they’ve managed to update their media server with a way to get streaming Flash video running on Apple’s myriad iOS devices.
Alas, while you can’t start working through your backlog of artsy Flash games, Flash Media Server 4.5 allows content producers to easily to get their Flash content onto iOS devices without any additional headache.
While older versions of the media server served up video streams in the F4F format, the update has added support for the HTTP Live Streaming format, which iPads and the like can handle just fine.
The media server system, according to ZDNet, detects the device’s level of Flash-capability and will switch over to using the HLS format when it sees an iOS device. It’s actually pretty ironic: in order to make Flash video streaming work, the new version of Media Server actually has to un-Flash the content and wrap it in another, more iOS-friendly container.
While it isn’t the Holy Grail of iOS Flash support, it’s a solution that works, and will make life easier for those in the unenviable position of managing live video streams. Hopefully Adobe has a team sequestered in a bunker working getting actual Flash support working now that they’ve managed to cross “streaming video” off the list.