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    June 14, 2010 Animated Media Contributes to Mobile Developer's Guide

    Check out the latest Mobile Developer's Guide to the Galaxy, 5th Ed., a project produced by Enough Software.  AMI's CEO, Chris Brady, contributed the chapter on Flash development.  For more information about this project, see http://www.enough.de/.

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    June 9, 2010 Animated Media to Present at iP3 Forum

    Chris Brady and the AMI Team will be presenting "iP3 Can be FLASHy: How to put Flash content on iP3" at the Interactive Ontario iP3 Forum: The Business and Technology of iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch on June 21st.  See our Events page for information on attending the event.  Thanks to Anne-Marie Huurre and the io Mobile Committtee members for this great opportunity. Read More...

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    June 1, 2010 Animated Media and Worx4You Join Forces

    Animated Media Inc. (AMI) and Worx4You Consulting today announced they will partner to offer customers a complete end-to-end software development and testing lifecycle.  AMI’s software development and Worx4You QA and testing brings together two strong teams and creates a streamlined workflow for customers looking for software product development and product release expertise.  The partnership will also expand AMI’s footprint to the Waterloo region and Worx4You to Toronto. Read More...

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    May 18, 2010 Animated Media Presents at CEO Fusion

    Animated Media will be presenting at the CEO Fusion event "Pitching Your Best Foot Forward: Attracting Angel Investors - Round 2!" tonight.  Thanks to Bryan Watson and Robin Gittens et al for the opportunity.  Read More...

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    May 5, 2010 Animated Media's Response to Apple-Adobe Flash Fight

    Animated Media Inc. (AMI) has been closely following the recent “fight” taking place between Apple and Adobe about allowing Flash onto the Apple Touch devices (iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch). In response to Steve Jobs’ recent posting entitled “Thoughts on Flash” (http://www.apple.com/hotnews/thoughts-on-flash/), AMI wanted to address some of the issues raised by Steve Jobs and the Apple folks as well as to explain how our VGK platform allows Flash to work on iPhone, while adhering to Apple’s licensing terms. Read More...