Poor Adobe Flash: It can’t get a break on Apple’s iDevices (iPhone, iPod touch and iPad) and now the company has confessed that the devices that are capable of using the mobile version of Flash 10.1 won’t be seeing it until later this year.
Palm's had a rough year, with lower than expected sales of their handsets, bizarre advertising campaigns, and plummeting profit expectations. They could really use a hug. Don't worry Palm, HTC's here for you buddy. Everything's gonna be OK... shhhhh...
If a new report is to be believed, developers’ enthusiasm for the iPad is losing some of its lustre -- while the Android platform is surging. Somebody better tell that to all the iPhone OS developers who are tripping over themselves to get their apps in users’ hands when the iPad is finally available this weekend.
As if summoning the ghost of Johnny Cash singing his classic “I Won’t Back Down,” HTC has made it clear to patent rival Apple that they also won’t back down from a fight -- and they’re fully prepared to defend its honor.
Google has announced its intentions to invade the living room with an Android-powered media box and partners Intel, Sony and Logitech. Will Google TV finally be a wake-up call for Apple to do something real with Apple TV at long last?