Currently at version 4.0, Adobe Muse isn’t exactly a new kid on the block when it comes to the company’s arsenal of HTML design tools. While Adobe continues to push Dreamweaver as the core web design software of its ever-expanding universe, Muse is targeted at designers who want to create websites without having to tinker under the hood writing code.
If you lived under a rock, then you didn't hear about Google Wallet, which was everywhere online and you can just tell it's one of those Google offerings that isn't going to Buzz or Wave itself away. But what the heck else happened this week? Well, we'll tell you all the questions you've been too embarrassed to ask about HTML5, we'll teach you how to get your mitts on some Spotify love, and we'll show you the strangest game you never knew you needed, like yesterday.
You love the iPad. We love the iPad. Whether you're on the go or lounging around at home, Apple's svelte tablet is one of the most intuitive devices for getting online currently available to consumers. Sure, it lacks the ability to view Flash-based content, but savvy iPad-owners know that's not a barrier to getting the most out of the interwebz on an iOS device. To quell the complaints of all of the iPad Internet naysayers out there, we've put together a list of ten of our favorite websites that'll let you get the most out of the Internet on your iPad.
Yesterday we had brought it to you about the Skyfire app that could convert Flash video into HTML 5. According to the developer's blog, the app has become so popular, that it has 'sold out' in the app store, and they are temporarily not accepting new purchases from the App Store.