Virtual College Hoops
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By Phil Nickinson
Friday, Mar 19, 2010 at 2:16 pm EDT
The NCAA Tournament streaming on the Nexus One? A nice reminder -- in case you forgot -- that we're still awaiting Adobe Flash 10.1 on our Android phones. [via JK on the Run]
The page loads on the hero, but sadly no video stream :(
That was priceless. For a moment I was wondering how in the world I missed the NCAA or CBS app for Android.
I wish Adobe would stop making excuses and just get Flash out.
I hope its just the signal quality that makes the video stutter so much, I'm sorry but 2 FPS is not "pretty flawless" lol. If all flash is gonna be that bad I'm thoroughly unimpressed =\
He states he was watching it on 3G, I imagine it will be much better on wifi.
Doesn't anyone else not want Flash on their phone? Just think of all the ads you'll get (which means slower page loads). Remember that video from Adobe showing all those ads on Nat' Geo's site?
You're not alone. I LOVE flash "lite" on the Hero, because it works well with websites that have embedded menus.
After watching an episode of House on my phone @Hulu, I realized that there is zero need for full blown flash on a screen less than 8" :)
the Video looks like shit
sry but youtube over 3G looks hell better and does more than 5fps
looks like Adobe still decodes in software as it lagged even more during scrooling and zooming
which is a bad thing becaise the N1 is the most powerfull phone so far and thus other will perform even worse :(
Lol, how many times was he gonna say "roughly the exact same..." in that description? That was pretty lame quality and low fps. Probably useful for some things, don't get me wrong, but silly to compare that to the same experience on a laptop.