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Say what? Tasmanian government official reports the animals get "high as a kite" eating opium plants.
Insisting he'd only compared the FCC's Tom Wheeler to a dingo, the comedian says Wheeler is being too defensive about claiming not to be one.
A problem wiped out the list of documents for many people using Google's online tools for word processing and spreadsheets. The data remained intact, though, and Google said the problem is fixed.
Browser plug-ins, including Adobe's Flash and Microsoft's own Silverlight, will be excluded from the "touch-first" Metro interface of Windows 8.
Advanced audio and other features show Adobe's commitment to Flash even as it embraces HTML. Also: 64-bit Flash due to arrive with Flash 11.
Google's cooked up a new tool in its labs that converts SWF files into HTML5 for use on devices that can't run Flash, including those made by Apple.
Hedging its Flash and AIR bets, the company proposes a way to endow ordinary Web pages with fancy magazine-like layouts.
Even with Microsoft's vote of no confidence in plug-ins with Windows 8's IE10 browser, Adobe believes Flash still has a role. But it's also working on Web standards.
The new version brings fast 3D graphics and a packaging technology to build Flash directly into apps. Also: Adobe adjusts to new Web technologies.
Facebook is going to start showing movies (and making you buy credits), Microsoft is staking Nokia $1 billion to distribute Windows Phone 7/Nokia love children, and Sprint may buy T-Mobile USA and create a massive mobile carrier third head. Plus, in data porn, Android tops the U.S. smart phone market, AT&T dominates on downloads, and the iPad 2's dual-core processor is apparently not all that. But iOS 4.3 is! Also: vote for Asian Usher! --Molly