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The battle behind the screens – Flash vs. Silverlight

It’s definitely a war–it’s just that it’s a Cold War.

Since Microsoft released Silverlight, (and by the way, watch what happens when you surf over there) their answer to Adobe Flash, in 2007, there’s been a (sort of) silent war going on behind the two software giants about who gets to play your movies.

When you go […]

What do you get for the phone who has everything?

So ok–it’s going to be a while until we get Flash for the iPhone, but I think we can all agree that it’s still pretty cool. The question is: now that you can do almost everything on the iPhone, like getting GPS Driving directions, reading e-books with the Kindle App, checking your email, stock quotes, […]

Apple Tablet Finally Here? What does that mean for Adobe?

The much anticipated Apple Tablet...the iTab is poised to not only be a Kindle-killer, but boost Adobe Photohop, Dreamweaver and Flash. A portable tablet device with an electronic pen will allow graphic designers to more easily develop remotely.
By |January 4th, 2010|Future Computer Technologies|0 Comments

Pay-Per-iView…Apple to get into the digital TV biz?

In November, it was leaked that Apple may be getting into bed with a few of TV’s major networks to begin offering a paid, subscription-based package of digital content using Apple TV. Apparently, for a tithe of about $30, subscribers will get to watch whatever they want using Apple’s existing network of streaming and downloadable […]

By |December 22nd, 2009|Technology, Training|0 Comments

ModBook: Solution to an Apple Touch Screen for Better use with Adobe Applications

One of the most exciting things to come out of MacWorld is the Axiotron ModBook. It’s essentially a MacBook that has been given tablet capabilities, allowing users to write directly on the screen. A conjunctive effort between Axiotron, Wacom and Apple, this tablet solution brings GPS, iSight, Bluetooth connectivity,  a ForeGlass screen for better viewing […]

By |January 12th, 2009|Future Computer Technologies|0 Comments