Mobile Flash Abandoned for HTML5: Adobe Surrenders, Apple Wins?

You can look at this one of two ways: Steve Jobs was right on the money about Adobe Flash, or Steve Jobs shrewdly worked to ensure he’d be right about Adobe’s mobile multimedia plugin by using Apple’s leverage to put the tool in a stranglehold. However you view it, it’s death seems all but assured: Adobe’s reportedly killing mobile …

Google Quietly Drops Elegant Google Music Web App

Whoa-hoa-hoa. Google quietly released its HTML 5-optimized Google Music web app a few moments ago on Twitter. And—surprise, surprise—it’s a thing of beauty, dare I say a bit Android-feeling.

It has a rich, responsive UI that allows users to access their Google Music accounts from iDevices and it’s surprisingly fast and easy to …

Daily Dose

Tuesday, November 2, 2010 –

Quote To Live By:

“A Mario Brother never says ‘can’t’, Luigi!” – Mario from The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3

Up Front:

Steve Jobs Teases Updated, 64-Final Cut Studio [9 to 5 Mac]


All These Terrorist Scares Are Putting In-Flight Wi-Fi At Risk [Gizmodo]
First official HTML5 tests topped …

Adobe Goes After Apple In New Ad Campaign

Depending on the sites that you frequent today or the newspapers you read, you might see a few ads from Adobe professing their love of Apple and Choice. The ongoing feud between Adobe and Apple over Flash vs HTML5 will go on for some time, but Adobe is making it clear that Apple and Steve Jobs have made a mistake in shutting them out …

iPad Content Roundup pt. 2

Let me apologize in advance for our moderately heavy iPad coverage, but this is what’s popular and actually worth talking about in tech right now.

Apple’s iPad goes on sale this Saturday and details on which apps will be in the App Store at launch are starting to trickle in.

(More on Techland: Hands-on With the Apple iPad

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