• Adobe Gives Up On Flash For Mobile

    Adobe Gives Up On Flash For Mobile

    Many saw it coming.  Personally, I thought they would stick with it for longer, albeit unsuccesfully.  We guess Apple had it right all along, back when Jobs announced that Flash is a product of the “PC era.”  Now, Adobe acknowledges it by killing off Flash on mobile devices. Last Wednesday, Adobe announced that it will no longer invest resources in porting their cross-browser tech to smartphones and tablets.  Yep, Flash for mobile is dead. Not […]

     
  • YouTube Mobile Gets HTML5, Among Other Improvements

    YouTube Mobile Gets HTML5, Among Other Improvements

    Google just updated the YouTube Mobile website with better video quality, faster operation and an improved user interface.   Oh yeah, it’s received the HTML5 treatment too, which means you can now use it on mobile browsers that offer no Flash support.  We’re talking to you, iPhone users. YouTube Mobile currently receives over 100 million playbacks a day, a number that’s only bound to grow with the new website’s rollout.  Yes, despite the fact that almost […]

     
  • LG Mini GD880 Now Available, Supports HTML5

    LG Mini GD880 Now Available, Supports HTML5

    Back when the LG Mini GD880 was announced, it was touted as the smallest 3.2-inch touchscreen on the market. Now that it has gone on sale in Europe (starting today), we get a few more details to go with that. Apart from the impressive size, the handset ships with the Webkit-based Phantom Browser, making it LG’s first phone to support HTML5. According the the press release, the new addition should make for “a much faster […]

     
  • Google Voice Comes To The iPhone And Any HTML5-Capable Handset

    Google Voice Comes To The iPhone And Any HTML5-Capable Handset

    Apple may have kept firm on their resolve to keep Google Voice out of the App Store, but that’s not stopping the search giant from finding a workaround.  Which they just did. Google today unveiled their new Google Voice web app, which is available for all users of phones equipped with an HTML5-capable browser.  That means you, iPhone and Palm Pre owners.  No jailbreaking necessary. The app brings the entire functionality available on the desktop […]

     
 

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