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Desktop virtualization skeptic calls supporters on not using VDI more prominently themselves. But from user perspective, pure VDI isn't goal--flexibility, efficiency are.
As the world moves online, open source is following it there, first in the applications we use, and now with the development tools we use to build those applications, either offline or online.
Microsoft updates Windows 6.5 phones with a new build of its mobile browser. We check out what's new and what's still lacking in Internet Explorer Mobile 6 for Windows phones.
A start-up called FHTML hopes its software will let traditional Web programmers tap into the power of Flash more easily. It's not a free lunch, though.
Forrester Research indicates that 60 percent of companies use Internet Explorer 6 as their default browser. Bottom line: companies need a browser policy to improve productivity.
Open source may be the key to rich Internet applications. Appcelerator thinks it has a better way to make RIAs sans plug-ins.
The cross-platform runtime has come to Linux, mostly intact, and full of the same power that makes it a winner on Windows and Mac.
It gives Google and Yahoo technology to help them better index dynamic Web content and rich Internet applications.
The cloud is taking over the world of applications. But if this is really the case, then why is my desktop littered with hybrid applications such as Thwirl, Yahoo Messenger, Alert Thingy, Skype, and Gtalk.
Adobe is a good, stable company. I just can't get excited about their news.