Monthly Archives: June 2012

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The Final Demise of Flash

Late Thursday, an extraordinary thing happened: Adobe announced in a blog post that it would not provide Flash Player support for devices running Android 4.1, and that it would pull the plugin from the Google Play store on August 15. The retreat comes five…

Facebook Exodus

Facebook’s chief technology officer, Bret Taylor, is departing to start his own company, in the first exit of a high-profile executive since the social networking company’s IPO on May 18. In an announcement on his Facebook page verified by a company spokesman, Taylor…

Vizio adds line of stunning laptops and desktops

Summary: If you’ve been waiting to get your hands on the first PCs from TV maker Vizio, your wait is finally over. If you’ve been waiting to get your hands on the first PCs from TV maker Vizio, your wait is finally over. The company has…

Digitas: Pharma is missing mobile opportunity

Marty DeAngelo, vice president and director of interaction design at Digitas Health, believes that pharmaceutical companies are failing to capitalize on the rise of the mobile channel as a way to reach consumers and healthcare professionals. In a column over at MediaPost, DeAngelo…

Enterprises Get Serious About Mobile App Testing

With mobility now a necessity, the software testing space is now making accommodations to ensure enterprises can extend their applications to run on devices, according to an analyst report being released on Tuesday. The Enterprise App Store: 10 Must-Have Features Voke’s Market Mover…

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