Steve Jobs Wins: Adobe bids farewell to mobile flash.

Apple and Adobe do not play well together with mobile flash based websites, and back in 2010 Steve Jobs (CEO of Apple, in case you’ve forgotten) spoke out about just that with a press release on Apple’s website titled “Thoughts on Flash.” The article spoke about why Apple won’t allow flash on it’s mobile operation system and instead opted to use HTML5, which is smoother and significantly less flawed than flash based sites. But also most importantly the relationship with Adobe and Apple played a huge part in it as well.

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Have A Look At iPhone Over The Last 5 Years [INFOGRAPHIC]

Today, iPhone turns 5 years old. It was this day in 2007 that the first iPhone was unveiled to the world. Apple has sold over 218 million of the iPhone and has made Apple over $140 billion over the last half decade.

For this very reason, Statista has released an astonishing Infographic depicting Apple's rapid growth over the last 5 years..

No more words.. Here's the Infographic:

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Boost Mobile launches the BlackBerry Curve 9310 on July 10 for only $100!

Boost Mobile announced that it will begin offering the BlackBerry Curve 9310 on July 10, 2012 for $99.99 without a contract. As an option the phone is available with Boost’s unlimited talk, text and BBM plan, which costs the extra $45 per month. Blackberry messenger (BBM) is always going to be a free service, but it sounds like Boost will provide it without charging for a data connection.

The Curve 9310 is said to feature a 3.2-megapixel camera with flash, Stereo Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, GPS1, built-in FM radio, and boasted to get up to eight hours talk time or 18 days standby; up to 70 hours of music playback with headphones, and you also get the great features you know and love from BlackBerry 7.1.

Click the ‘Read more‘ button to get the full press release:

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Google announces 1 Million Android devices are being activated daily.

Google has announced at their Google I/O conference, 1 million Android devices are being activated every single day, and from the day that Android was released to the public up until now, there have been 400 million activations (not devices) initiated in total. Apple has over 1 billion iOS activations (not devices), so Google has some catching up to do.

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T-Mobile will NOT force it’s Legacy Data Users into a tiered data plan!

In an interesting turn of events, T-Mobile has gone and done something that has shocked even me: they are going to continue to allow their customers to keep their “legacy” plans once they upgrade their network. This sounds like no big deal, but trust me, it is. You see, in the near future, T-Mobile is going to be switching their network up a little bit, and upgrading it to an iPhone compatible HSPA+ network. One of the largest concerns was that the people paying for their Legacy Data plan would lose this option and be forced into the astronomically higher tiered-data plans. And according to T-Mobile themselves, this is not the case. Continue reading