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FTC to formally investigate Apple's iPhone policies

According to a new report, the Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission have come to an agreement that the latter will open a formal investigation into Apple’s iPhone policies. The investigation >>

Adobe Flash Player 10.1 up for grabs

It’s been a long time coming, but¬†Flash Player 10.1 has finally been released. For Windows users with relatively new rigs this means that you’ll be able to put less of a strain on >>

Apple launches HTML5 advocacy site

Did you think Apple was going to sit around and do nothing while Adobe runs its We <3 Flash ad campaign? Then clearly you don’t know Apple. A few moments ago the company >>

Dell Streak gets official in the UK

As if resident of the UK didn’t already have a line-up of handsets to chose from that would make even the most reserved American green with envy, today Dell announced that it and >>

Adobe hits back at Apple with a sappy ad campaign

Today, in a bizarre — but not entirely unexpected — move, Adobe launched an advertising campaign designed to garner support for its ongoing battle against Apple and their anti-Flash crusade. Flash-based banners are >>

Adobe to rollout Flash 10.1 to Android in June

As expected, the verbal volleying between Adobe and Apple continues with Adobe again defending its Flash technology. Late Thursday afternoon, Abobe CTO Kevin Lynch posted a brief and pointed response to Steve Jobs’ >>

Android 2.2 to include full support for Adobe Flash

In an interview with the New York Times, Andy Rubin, VP of Engineering at Google, put to rest all the rumors and confirmed that the upcoming Android 2.2 release known as “Froyo” will >>