While feverishly revamping Flash with the all-new Next version — to keep HTML5 from killing it — Adobe is still plugging the current incarnation with smaller updates. To that end, Flash 11.3 just popped out of beta, which sees the company add a few notable goodies for the beleaguered plugin. On top
Samsung may have dug in its heels and refused to carrier-customize the Galaxy S III in the US, but differences in availability of the free 48GB Dropbox promotion show not all phones are created equal. While two years of free storage through Dropbox was announced alongside the Galaxy S III originally,
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Rumors ahead of Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference 2012 (WWDC 2012) are flying thick and fast, with speculation, leaks and rumors all mounting as to what Tim Cook & Co. will reveal in the opening keynote. Apple puts on a good show, that’s for certain, but it’s sometimes more interesting
Robot hand creator "hairygael" challenges viewers to "print and build your own" in a YouTube video showing how to make a 3D printed hand. While this isn’t quite a DIY type project for most people, it’s pretty neat to see the inventor go into so much detail about how this hand was created.
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It can be tough to keep up with all the new apps released each week. But you’re in luck: We take care of a lot of that for you, creating a roundup each weekend of some of our own highlights from the week.
This week we found an app that lets you instantly get the opinion of a group of people on everything
If you’ve pre-ordered a Galaxy S III and can’t wait to see its display mirrored to the silver screen, add one more thing to that pre-launch shopping list: a new MHL dongle. According to UK retailer Clove, a change in the phone’s connector pins renders it incompatible with previous Samsung-made adapters.
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On Friday, banners went up at San Francisco’s Moscone Center seeming to confirm that we’ll see an announcement of the next generation of iOS Apples’s WWDC keynote on Monday.
The signs tout iOS 6 as the “the most advanced mobile operating system,” and we’re likely to see at least a few major improvements