Adobe announced that Flash Professional CS5 will allow developers to create native iPhone apps and we discuss the pros and cons of the announcement and ready ourselves for the upcoming swarm of Flash games converted to iPhone games in the App Store.
A Google ad sets the rumor world ablaze with speculation. Macs gain a few percentage points in the American home and we invite you to join our DonorsChoose '09 Challenge.
I upgraded to Safari 4 once it was out of beta--or so I thought. This
thing crashes all the time! Every time I open it, almost, it freezes up
and I have to force-quit. Sometimes this happens a few times before my
startup page will actually load. My friend who did use the Safari 4
beta and then upgraded to the final release says that, for him, the
beta was actually more stable! I do have SafariStand installed, even
though I never use it--could that be the problem? I don’t see an option
in the preferences to uninstall it. Can you help, or should I go back
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My cousin sent me a party invitation as an email attachment, but my Mac won’t open it. The file is named invite.pub. I already called her and got the relevant details, but in case this happens again, do you know any Mac apps that can read a PUB file? I already tried Word 2008 and Preview.
If Apple doesn't have a 10-inch tablet prototype in testing right now, I'll print this column and eat it.
got tech vendors and unnamed sources leaking like mad various tidbits
about the hardware and software specs, while publishers and content
providers suggest a whole new market share for Apple to conquer. Then
you've got this.
When professional mountain guide and expert climber Dave Hahn is
packing for an expedition up Mount Everest, he always brings along the
essentials: climbing gear that’s in working order, clothes warm enough
for the Himalayan clime, and his MacBook equipped with a 128GB
solid-state drive (SSD).