The war between adobe and apple has been waging for quiet some time now. Even if now its passive, the fact that fact that Adobe defeated Apple defeated, is a clear conclusion with proofs to back it up. In the beginning when Steve jobs wrote his open letter stating that flash was a out dated technology and that it could not be suitable for mobile devices, it was evident that Apple saw Adobe’ flash technology as a threat to its own app ecosystem. After many attempts of using html5 as a backup to beat flash and protect their ecosystem, Adobe flash has proven its worth in the mobile ecosystem. (more…)
- October 12, 2011
- Apple, Flash Player 10.1, google, News
HTML5 is Dying!
Oh! well believe it or not its on the verge of that. After a much appreciated effort from Steve jobs to prove that their devices couldn’t play flash because flash was buggy, the truth has come out rather remarkably… i devices cannot play flash …not today not tomorrow not ever…
What this means:
Remember HTML5 is suppose to be a standard. In the quick near future if HTML5 cannot seriously mature to its expected level.. even 2020 is too quick to bet on that technology. All investments made on HTML5 are going to be wasted if you cannot (more…)
Apple INC: Falling apart !!
world confirm that Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL), has lately been showing a retarded growth. It already seems that Apple stocks are on a 7-month low and still falling. (more…)
- January 4, 2011
- Commercial, iPhone
IPhone Alarm Fails In New Year – Big Time Glitch!!
A glitch is iPhone’s alarm system managed to slow down the new year for many iPhone users, as they overslept due to a failure in the IOS 4 alarm system. Its a pity that as devices get more and more complex, manufacturers fail to make even the simplest things perfectly. Apple has said that a fix is in work.
This is the second incident, after apple products were found to have the most number of security flaws declaring it to be the world leader in security flaws. While the mac community continues to plow at Adobe’s Flash platform, at every given opportunity, i Products are starting to prevail manufacturing defects, at a steady pace. Read more about it at New York Times.