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mydarna: considering streaming to mobile devices, iOS and Android. Funny thing is that since Android devices have Flash, they can just make use of the current application. As you would come to know, iOS doesn't have Flash, so we devoted considerable...

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mydarna saved this page on 12/22/2010 04:19pm

considering streaming to mobile devices, iOS and Android. Funny thing is that since Android devices have Flash, they can just make use of the current application. As you would come to know, iOS doesn't have Flash, so we devoted considerable time looking into the use of streaming over HTTP using the cupertino and silverlight protocols.

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thought of streaming to mobile devices, iOS and Android. Funny thing is that since Android devices have Flash, they can just make use of the current application. As you well know, iOS doesn't have Flash, so we spent some time considering using streaming over HTTP with the use of the cupertino and silverlight protocols.

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