Danny Winokur / Adobe Blogs:
Flash to Focus on PC Browsing and Mobile Apps; Adobe to More Aggressively Contribute to HTML5 — Adobe is all about enabling designers and developers to create the most expressive content possible, regardless of platform or technology. For more than a decade, Flash has enabled the richest content …
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Geoff Duncan / Digital Trends: Adobe abandoned mobile flash, but who killed it?
Doug Gross / CNN: Did Steve Jobs kill Adobe Flash?
Gregg Keizer / Computerworld: Flash Player demise on desktop inevitable, but years away, say analysts
Scott M. Fulton, III / ReadWriteWeb: Analysis: Adobe Had to Cut Its Losses With Mobile Flash
Dean Takahashi / VentureBeat: Adobe's mobile Flash crash could benefit game streaming startup iSwifter
Nilay Patel / The Verge: Adobe officially kills Flash Player for mobile, says HTML5 is ‘the best solution’
Darrell Etherington / GigaOM: What the end of mobile Flash means for Apple and users
Aaron Ricadela / Bloomberg: Adobe Falls After Plan to Cut 750 Jobs, Stop Flash Mobile
Nick Bilton / Bits: Adobe to Kill Mobile Flash, Focus on HTML5
Adobe: Adobe Reaffirms Fourth Quarter FY2011 Revenue Target, Restructures to Align Business around …
Harold Williams / Android News, Rumours, and Updates: Adobe To Stop Development Of Flash For Mobile Browsers
James Kendrick / ZDNet: Killing Flash for mobile is best thing for Android
Benny Evangelista / The Technology Chronicles: Adobe to end Flash support for mobile phones, tablets
Eric Savitz / The Tech Trade: Adobe To Stop Work On Flash For Mobile Browsers
Steve Kovach / Business Insider: Okay iPad Wannabes, What Are You Going To Do Now That Flash Is Dead?
Stephen Shankland / CNET News: Flash: Crippled but alive...for now
Harry McCracken / Technologizer: The Long National Mobile Flash Nightmare is Over
John Biggs / TechCrunch: A Humbled Adobe Sees Beyond The Browser
Devindra Hardawar / VentureBeat: Adobe confirms mobile Flash is dead, will focus on apps and HTML5
Rob Jackson / Android Phone Fans: Adobe Will Discontinue Flash Player For Mobile, Focusing Instead On HTML 5
Jim Finkle / Reuters: Adobe cuts Flash development, conceding to Apple
Adam C. Engst / TidBITS: Adobe Pulls Flash from Mobile Platforms
Brandon Hill / DailyTech: CONFIRMED: Adobe to Kill Mobile Flash Player Development, Will Focus on HTML5
Jonathan E. Skillings / CNET News: Adobe: We're ditching Flash Player for mobile
Taylor Wimberly / Android and Me: News Flash: Adobe to focus on HTML5 and Air for mobile
Lance Ulanoff / Mashable!: It's Official: Flash Mobile Player is Dead
Chris Davies / SlashGear: Flash Flushed: Adobe confirms HTML5 mobile focus
Dan Seifert / MobileBurn.com: End of Adobe Flash for mobile official, Adobe to focus on HTML5 instead
Scott Gilbertson / Webmonkey: What the Death of Mobile Flash Means for the Web
Christopher Dawson / Education IT Blog: Flash better not be dead
Erica Ogg / GigaOM:
Why Flash didn't work out on mobile devices — The debate over whether supporting the Adobe Flash plug-in on mobile devices is a feature or not is over. Last night ZDNet got hold of an announcement Adobe early: that it is abandoning its work on Flash for mobile.
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes / Hardware 2.0 Blog: Adobe listens to Steve Jobs, pulls plug on Flash for mobile
Harry McCracken / Technologizer: Flash's Fate: Blame Microsoft, Not Apple
Jason Oakley / @waulok: Now that Adobe are dropping Flash for mobile devices it removes one argument of Android over iOS. People have ignored iOS due to no flash.
Charles Arthur / Guardian: Adobe dumps mobile Flash for HTML5
Hayley Tsukayama / Washington Post: Adobe plans to ditch mobile Flash, focus on HTML 5
Levi Sumagaysay / GMSV: As Adobe dumps Flash for mobile, and 750 jobs, investors dump shares
Matt Alexander / The Loop: ∞ On the demise of mobile Flash
Darryl K. Taft / eWeek: Why Adobe Pulled the Plug on Flash Mobile
MG Siegler / TechCrunch:
Steve's Last Laugh: Adobe Killing Off Flash For Mobile Devices — The year was 2008. I was at an event focused on mobile, sitting in on a roundtable discussion with several folks from key companies in the industry. One gentleman was from Adobe. The iPhone had launched the previous year, famously without any support for Flash.
Discussion: Macworld, ReadWriteWeb, Techland, Gadget Lab, AllThingsD, PC Magazine, BGR, BetaNews, InfoWorld, Engadget, AndroidSPIN, Dice Blog Network and Softpedia News
Chloe Albanesius / PC Magazine: Adobe Ditching Mobile Flash Player Development
Zach Epstein / BGR: Flash in the pan: Adobe to dump mobile Flash efforts
Tim Conneally / BetaNews: Adobe puts full support behind HTML5, leaves Flash to standalone mobile apps
Roger A. Grimes / InfoWorld: Adobe said to end mobile Flash, reveals enterprise pullback
Richard Lawler / Engadget: Adobe reportedly will announce the end of Flash Player for mobile devices
Susan Hall / Dice Blog Network: Adobe to Cut 750 Jobs, Ditches Flash Mobile
Dan Frommer / SplatF:
What the end of Flash means for Adobe
What the end of Flash means for Adobe
Discussion: WinRumors, Computerworld and CNET News
Facebook, Pandora, Netflix, Rhapsody, Games from Electronic Arts, Zynga and Rovio, and Several Thousand More Apps and Games Coming To Kindle Fire Next Week — Just like with movies and TV shows, music, books, and magazines, Kindle Fire offers a fully-integrated Android apps and games experience …
Discussion: SiliconFilter, Washington Post, Apps blog, TechSpot, VatorNews, GottaBeMobile, Mashable!, IndustryGamers, The Toybox Blog, Android Phone Fans, GeekWire, VentureBeat, Engadget, DailyTech, 9to5Google, I4U News, Liliputing, Business Insider, Techie Buzz, TechCrunch, SlashGear, Pulse2, GigaOM and The Verge
Frederic Lardinois / SiliconFilter: Amazon Adds More Apps for Kindle Fire and Consumer Interest is High - Is It Time for Apple to Start Worrying?
Chris Ziegler / Washington Post: Netflix among apps available for Kindle Fire launch
Stuart Dredge / Apps blog: Amazon Kindle Fire launch apps will include Netflix, Facebook, Pandora and Angry Birds
Nathan Pensky / VatorNews: Amazon's Kindle Fire to feature ‘thousands’ of apps
Warner Crocker / GottaBeMobile: The Kindle Fire Will Include Netflix as an App
Brian Anthony Hernandez / Mashable!: Amazon Reveals Kindle Fire Apps: Facebook, Netflix, Pandora and More
M.H. Williams / IndustryGamers: Amazon's Kindle Fire Gets Gaming Tender From Rovio, Zynga, Gameloft, PopCap and EA
Kevin Krause / Android Phone Fans: Amazon Confirms Kindle Fire to Have Access to “thousands” of Apps
Sean Ludwig / VentureBeat: Kindle Fire will launch with apps for Netflix, Facebook, Angry Birds and more
Brian Heater / Engadget: Facebook, Twitter, Netflix and ‘several thousand’ more apps set to hit Kindle Fire next week
Tiffany Kaiser / DailyTech: Amazon Announces Variety of Apps for Kindle Fire
Shane McGlaun / I4U News: Tested Apps to Launch with Kindle Fire Tablet Unveiled
Brad Linder / Liliputing: Amazon: Our tablet can run Netflix, Pandora too!
Amit Chowdhry / Pulse2: Amazon.com Announces Facebook, Pandora, Rhapsody, EA, Zynga, and Rovio Apps Coming To Kindle Fire Next Week
Janko Roettgers / GigaOM: Take that, Nook: Kindle Fire will have Netflix, too
Apple: We Have No Plans To Bring Siri To Older Devices — Apple has allegedly given the official word that Siri will not be coming to older iOS devices, at least not any time soon. I received word yesterday from someone who contacted Apple with a bug report, suggesting an optional build …
Discussion: VentureBeat, AppleInsider, CNET News, Geek.com, PC Magazine, X-bit labs, msnbc.com, Washington Post, Cult of Mac, Techland, Electricpig.co.uk, CNN, MobileBurn.com, Ubergizmo, PadGadget and Gadget Lab, Thanks:michaelsteeber
Jennifer Van Grove / VentureBeat: Crushing hopes and dreams, Apple says no Siri for older iOS devices
Steven Musil / CNET News: Apple muting Siri on older devices?
Will Shanklin / Geek.com: Apple confirms older phones will not get Siri
Rosa Golijan / msnbc.com: Siri coming to older iPhones? Not likely
Hayley Tsukayama / Washington Post: Apple says ‘no plans’ to bring Siri to older devices
Joe Minihane / Electricpig.co.uk: Siri on iPhone 4: Apple says it has no official plans, now can we move on?
Doug Gross / CNN: Apple: Siri is not coming to older devices
Charlie Sorrel / Gadget Lab: Apple: Siri Not Coming to Older Devices
Matt / iFixit Blog:
Little Sister Siri — Every smartphone has its share of sensors — little doodads that know when you're “steering” that awesome car in that awesome game, or making sure you come back home safe by knowing which way is North — and the iPhone 4S is no different in this regard.
Discussion: 9to5Mac, MacRumors, TUAW, WebProNews, Electronista, Apple Bitch and The Next Web
Christian Zibreg / 9to5Mac: Here's why you can't have Siri on iPhones prior to iPhone 4S [UPDATED with clarification from iFixit]
Eric Slivka / MacRumors: iPhone 4S Incorporates Revamped IR Sensor for Siri's ‘Raise to Speak’ Feature
Chris Rawson / TUAW: iPhone 4S has a Siri-specific proximity sensor
Josh Wolford / WebProNews: Siri Knows You're Close With Constant Infrared Sensor
Matthew Panzarino / The Next Web: The iPhone 4S uses an always-on IR beam for Siri's head detection
Alexis Madrigal / The Atlantic Online:
I See Your Siri and Raise You a Yap: Amazon Quietly Snaps Up Speech-Recognition Startup — Amazon quietly purchased a Charlotte voice-to-text startup called Yap, an SEC filing shows. — Though the acquisition was apparently completed in September, no public announcement has been made by either company.
Discussion: Mashable!, BGR, TechCrunch, TechFlash, paidContent, Gizmodo, CLT Blog, Business Insider, 9to5Google, Electronista, GeekWire, TechnoBuffalo, ReadWriteWeb, IntoMobile, MacRumors, Pulse2 and The Next Web
Chris Taylor / Mashable!: Siri in the Kindle? Amazon Buys a Voice Recognition Startup
Todd Haselton / BGR: Amazon quietly acquires Yap in clear bid to combat Siri
Devin Coldewey / TechCrunch: Amazon Snaps Up Yap And Its Voice-Recognition Technology
Aislyn Greene / TechFlash: Report: Amazon acquires voice-to-text startup Yap
Ingrid Lunden / paidContent: Amazon Buys Voice-To-Text Startup Yap. What Do You Think Of That, Siri?
Justin Ruckman / CLT Blog: Charlotte voice-to-text startup Yap Inc. quietly acquired by Amazon
Matt Rosoff / Business Insider: Amazon May Be Getting Ready To Take On Siri
Jon Mitchell / ReadWriteWeb: No, Amazon Did Not Buy A Siri Competitor
Marin Perez / IntoMobile: Amazon buys Yap to create Siri competitor
Eric Slivka / MacRumors: Amazon Preparing to Take on Apple's Siri with Acquisition of Speech Recognition Firm?
Amit Chowdhry / Pulse2: Amazon.com Acquires Voice-To-Text Startup Yap
Jun Yang / Bloomberg:
Samsung to Sell Windows 8 Computer in 2012 — Samsung Electronics Co. plans to start selling touch-screen computers using the latest Windows operating system in the second half of next year as it seeks to tap demand for portable, yet powerful devices. — The product will probably …
Discussion: Computerworld, Electronista, PhoneArena, TechFlash, PadGadget, SlashGear, The Next Web, WinRumors, Windows 8 Beta and GottaBeMobile
Aislyn Greene / TechFlash: Samsung prepares Windows 8 slate PC for 2012
Chris Burns / SlashGear: Samsung tips Windows 8 PCs in 2012
Jonathan S. Geller / BGR:
HTC Ville detailed: HTC Sense 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich, thinner than iPhone — We just got the scoop on another brand new HTC handset, which will be part of the company's Mobile World Congress announcements alongside the HTC Edge we detailed yesterday. The HTC Ville (codename) …
Discussion: CNET News, PC Magazine, Inquirer, TechCrunch, The Verge, Computerworld, Softpedia News, Ubergizmo, AndroidSPIN, MobileSyrup.com, GottaBeMobile, PhoneArena, Pocket-lint, IntoMobile, MobileBurn.com, SlashGear and AndroidGuys
Scott Webster / CNET News: HTC Ville rumored as first Sense 4.0 Android smartphone
Kate O'Flaherty / Inquirer: HTC Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich handset gets leaked
Chris Velazco / TechCrunch: Rumor: HTC Ville Packs Ice Cream Sandwich And Beats Audio
Chris Ziegler / The Verge: HTC Ville could be a sub-8mm Ice Cream Sandwich phone
Ian Hardy / MobileSyrup.com: Image: Upcoming HTC Ville specs leak online, Android Ice Cream Sandwich, 4.3-inch qHD Super AMOLED display
Marin Perez / IntoMobile: HTC Ville could sport Ice Cream Sandwich, Sense 4.0
Todd Volkert / Google+ Platform Blog:
Google+ badges: Drive Engagement with Your Users on Google+, Right from Your Own Website — On Monday we launched Google+ Pages, to help people connect with all the things they care about — and lots of businesses and brands have already created pages. One important offering for customers with a web presence is the Google+ badge.
Discussion: PC Magazine, 9to5Google, ReadWriteWeb, SiliconFilter, Off On A Tangent and The Next Web
Christian Zibreg / 9to5Google: Behold web site owners, Google+ badges are here
Jon Mitchell / ReadWriteWeb: Google+ Badges Will Let Users Search For Your +Name
Frederic Lardinois / SiliconFilter: Google Launches Interactive Google+ Badges for Publishers in its Platform Preview Program
Steve Garfield / Off On A Tangent: How To: New Google+ badges available for preview
Rich Miller / Data Center Knowledge:
Amazon Turns on its New Cloud in Oregon — A look at the Amazon Perdix container, which is reportedly being used to deploy new data center capacity in Oregon. — Amazon Web Services announced today that it is now serving its data from servers in Oregon, where the company has been building several data centers.
Discussion: ReadWriteWeb, AllThingsD, Between the Lines Blog, Amazon Web Services Blog, Computerworld, TechFlash, GigaOM and Business Wire
Scott M. Fulton, III / ReadWriteWeb: New Amazon AWS Cluster Lowers Costs for Both Customers and Amazon
Arik Hesseldahl / AllThingsD: Amazon Adds a Cloud Data Center in Oregon
AWS Evangelist / Amazon Web Services Blog: Now Open - US West (Oregon) Region
Nancy Gohring / Computerworld: Amazon opens new Oregon data center for Web services
Derrick Harris / GigaOM: Amazon's Oregon cloud region open for business
Editer / Xbox.com Blog:
Xbox.com: Enhanced! New Social & Video Sections — In the coming days, the familiar “My Xbox” section of Xbox.com is going away. Fear not: It's being replaced with a significant update that will make it even easier to see what your friends are doing on Xbox LIVE.
Discussion: TechSpot, WinRumors, MarketingVox News & Trends, VentureBeat, CNET News, The Verge and VG247
Tom Cheredar / VentureBeat: Xbox.com adds new Metro-style social and video sections
Lance Whitney / CNET News: Microsoft's Xbox.com site to get more social
Stephany Nunneley / VG247: Microsoft updating Xbox.com with Beacons, new social and video features
Philip Elmer-DeWitt / Fortune:
Survey: 26% of likely Fire buyers delaying iPad purchase — Pent-up demand for the new Kindle is even stronger than for the iPad 2 In a note to clients issued Thursday, RBC's Mike Abramsky shares the results of a ChangeWave survey of 2,600 early adopter types.
Discussion: Mashable!, The Register, Between the Lines Blog, Business Insider, GigaOM, Washington Post, LAPTOP Magazine, AllThingsD, GottaBeMobile, TechnoBuffalo, PhoneArena, GottaBeMobile, GigaOM and TeleRead, more at Mediagazer », Thanks:philiped
Zachary Sniderman / Mashable!: Is Kindle Fire Demand Beating the iPad?
Rik Myslewski / The Register: Amazon's Kindle Fire burns iPad momentum
Hayley Tsukayama / Washington Post: Amazon: thousands of Fire apps next week
John Paczkowski / AllThingsD: iPad Buyers: Sure, We'll Take a Kindle Fire, Too
Josh Smith / GottaBeMobile: Will The Next Kindle Fire Have a Siri Clone?
Emily Price / TechnoBuffalo: Kindle Fire May Give the iPad a Run for its Money
Zeke Miller / Business Insider:
EMERGENCY ALERT SYSTEM TEST FAILS — At 2 pm today the National Emergency Alert System is supposed be tested for the first time in its history on a federal level. As of 2:03 the system has yet to be activated. — Every TV and radio station in the nation is supposed to broadcast the test alert …
Discussion: FEMA Blog
Roberto Baldwin / Gizmodo:
This Is Not a Test: The Emergency Alert System Is Worthless Without Social Networks
This Is Not a Test: The Emergency Alert System Is Worthless Without Social Networks
Discussion: CNET News and Media Decoder
Rafe Needleman / CNET News: Where's the emergency alert system for the Web?
Clare Jim / Reuters:
Google offers support to Android firms in lawsuits — (Reuters) - Google Inc will continue to offer support to firms using its Android system that are involved in legal disputes, its executive chairman Eric Schmidt said on Wednesday, as the Internet giant looks to cement alliances in the face of toughening competition.
Discussion: Open Source Blog, Electronista, The Next Web, DailyTech, Taiwan News, CNET News, 9to5Google and Pulse2
Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols / Open Source Blog: Google and Barnes & Noble get serious about Android patent lawsuits
Don Reisinger / CNET News: Google vows to support Android vendors in lawsuits
Christian Zibreg / 9to5Google: Google's Schmidt attacks Microsoft's Android protection: “Google built these products, not Microsoft”
Google Apps update alerts:
Deprecation of Gmail App for BlackBerry — Beginning November 22, 2011, we will end support for the Gmail App for Blackberry (installed native app). Over this past year, we've focused efforts on building a great Gmail experience in the mobile browser and will continue investing in this area.
Nathan Olivarez-Giles / L.A. Times Tech Blog: Google ending support for BlackBerry Gmail app
Paul Lamkin / Pocket-lint: Gmail app for BlackBerry killed by Google
Rajat Agrawal / BGR India: Google to stop support for native Gmail app for BlackBerry
Mary Jander / Internet Evolution: Google Ending BlackBerry Gmail App
Juan Carlos Perez / PC World: Google to Discontinue Gmail App for BlackBerry
Donald Melanson / Engadget: Google to end support for BlackBerry Gmail app this month
Lauren Indvik / Mashable!: First Quad-Core Tablet Unveiled, Gmail App for BlackBerry Discontinued: Today's Top Stories
Christian Zibreg / 9to5Google: Google gives up on native Gmail for BlackBerry app
Killian Bell / TechnoBuffalo: Google Kills Native Gmail App for BlackBerry
Simon Sage / IntoMobile: Google kills Gmail app for BlackBerry
Amit Chowdhry / Pulse2: Google Ending Support For Gmail App For BlackBerry
Adam Mills / GottaBeMobile: Google Ending Support for BlackBerry Gmail App
AVOS Acquires Trunk.ly to Enhance Link-Saving in Delicious — San Mateo, CA - November 9, 2011 - AVOS Systems, which recently re-launched Delicious.com and is led by YouTube founders Chad Hurley and Steve Chen, has acquired link-saving service Trunk.ly. — Trunk.ly was founded in December 2010 …
Discussion: PC Magazine, AllThingsD, TechCrunch, trunk.ly blog and The Next Web
Sarah Perez / TechCrunch: AVOS Acquires Link-Saving Service Trunk.ly
Matthew Panzarino / The Next Web: AVOS has acquired Trunk.ly to beef up its resurrection of Delicious
Xiaorui Gan / Inside Search:
The +1 button for Images: See it. Share it. — Recommendations from your friends help making decisions on everything easier, from where to eat, to what movies to watch and where to go for your next trip — and pictures can really help you decide. In March, we introduced the +1 button …
Discussion: Google Operating System, TechCrunch and Mashable!
Sarah Perez / TechCrunch: Google Adds +1 Button To Images
Todd Wasserman / Mashable!: Google Adds +1 Button to Image Search
Ina Fried / AllThingsD:
RIM Says Investigating Delays, but Insists No Widespread Outage — Research In Motion said on Wednesday that it is looking into reports some BlackBerry users are having problems accessing data services. — The company posted a statement on its Twitter account saying it is investigating the issue and promising a speedy update.
Discussion: ZDNet, Wall Street Journal and BGR India
Carolyn King / Wall Street Journal: RIM Investigating BlackBerry Delays
Rajat Agrawal / BGR India: RIM investigating delays in email, BBM delivery [developing]
Todd Bishop / GeekWire:
Barnes & Noble's 29-page slide deck calls B.S. on Microsoft's Android patent campaign — Is this PowerPoint's Revenge? — A 29-page slide deck - made public this week in Microsoft's patent lawsuit against Barnes & Noble — outlines, in great detail, the bookseller's objections …
Discussion: TeleRead, more at Mediagazer »
Kim Zetter / Threat Level:
Seven Charged With Clickjacking IRS, Apple Links to Tune of $14 Million — Seven Eastern European men have been charged in New York with operating a clickjacking scheme that infected more than 4 million computers in order to hijack surfers trying to get to the iTunes store or the IRS.
Discussion: PC Magazine, The Not-So Private Parts, Ars Technica, Computerworld, TrendLabs, FBI, FBI and Reuters
Chloe Albanesius / PC Magazine: FBI Dismantles Cyber Ring That Hit 4 Million Computers
Kashmir Hill / The Not-So Private Parts: How To Figure Out If Your Computer Helped Out A $14-Million Criminal Enterprise
Sean Gallagher / Ars Technica: Seven charged in malware-driven click fraud case
Feike Hacquebord / TrendLabs: Esthost Taken Down - Biggest Cybercriminal Takedown in History
Basil Katz / Reuters: U.S. charges 7 in suspected Internet ad fraud scam
Vlad Savov / The Verge:
Windows Phone gains first video chat client with Tango; the app, not the update — The Tango video calling application has surfaced on the Marketplace today, finally giving Windows Phone users the ability to engage in video conversations like (and with) their counterparts using iOS or Android.
Discussion: Engadget, GigaOM, WinRumors, Computerworld, IntoMobile, SlashGear, VentureBeat, WMPoweruser, BGR, GottaBeMobile, Pocket-lint, Electronista, Engadget and PhoneArena
Kevin C. Tofel / GigaOM: HTC Titan hits Nov. 20 as AT&T's largest smartphone
Preston Gralla / Computerworld: Windows Phone 7 jailbreak app shows that Microsoft, not Apple, is the friend of openness
Stefan Constantinescu / IntoMobile: Rumor: Nokia to release a Symbian based flagship camera phone in Q2 2012
Shane McGlaun / SlashGear: Tango video calling app now available for Mango
Devindra Hardawar / VentureBeat: Tango gives Windows Phone its first video chat app, beating out Skype
Zach Epstein / BGR: AT&T to launch HTC Titan on November 20th for $199.99
Paul Lamkin / Pocket-lint: Video calling lands on Windows Phone 7 with Tango
Bill Rigby / Reuters:
In Microsoft's shadow, Seattle's tech scene surges — (Reuters) - The transformation of Seattle's South Lake Union district stands as a metaphor for this city's emergence as what some would argue is the West Coast's second most important hub of technology and entrepreneurship.