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The New York Post, citing "a person familiar with the matter," says that either the Department of Justice or Federal Trade Commission will soon look into Apple's decision to block mobile software makers from using Flash to build iPhone apps.
In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen contends that Apple's decision to bar developers from using Flash to make mobile apps is restrictive move that hurts both software makers and end users. The comments came in response to a public letter from Steve Jobs in which the Apple CEO spells out his company's opposition to Flash on its mobile devices.
The annual Apple Design Awards will not feature a category for Mac software at WWDC 2010; instead, only iPhone and iPad apps will be eligible.
Bare Bones Software's venerable BBEdit text editor received an update on Tuesday to version 9.5, adding a Live Search bar, new script support, and other features, enhancements, and bug fixes.
Apple has finally made hardware-accelerated video decoding available to third-party developers—including Adobe Flash.
After having tried to work around Apple’s limitations, Adobe has given up on trying to bring Flash to the iPhone OS in any form.
Apple may not want Flash on its mobile devices, but users of Android will soon gain full support for the multimedia platform.
iPadDevCamp brings together developers and designers who want to create apps for Apple tablet device
The rich Internet technology is getting a boost in business-oriented capabilities.
An Adobe platform evangelist has expressed outrage over Apple's iPhone development terms, telling the company in a blog post to 'go screw' itself.
Adobe takes shots at Apple, not everybody loves the iPad, and there's competition afoot. Fortunately, the Macalope is here to bring reason to the fray.
Apple has made a major change to the developer agreement for the development tools for iPhone OS 4.0, which clearly forbid the use of Flash and other non-Apple approved solutions to write apps.
Users seemed to be mainly positive about the new iPhone features Apple unveiled on Thursday, but what about developers?