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The Definitive Guide To HTML5: 14 Predictions For 2012

6 January 2012

Editor’s note: Guest contributor Ben Savage is the founder of Spaceport.io, a native Javascript and HTML5 platform for mobile game developers.

From tech titans like Zynga, Facebook, Microsoft, Google and Apple, to startups just launching, the battle lines of 2012 will be drawn across the landscape ... [more]

Comment For The 5th Year In A Row, Apple Wins CES. Before It Starts. Without Showing Up.

6 January 2012

Are you ready for CES? I know I am. The PR emails are flowing in and I’m going to respond to every single one of them. I can’t wait to hear about Samsung’s social media stuff. And Vizio’s new thingy. I can’t wait to get my hands on that one thing made by those guys who did that other thing last year that no one bought. It’s gonna be fantastic. So pumped.

No, I’m not going to CES. I’ve never been to CES. I doubt ... [more]

The Not-So-Crazy Rumors About Microsoft Taking Over Nokia’s Smartphone Division Resurface

6 January 2012

Mobile industry watcher Eldar Murtazin took to Twitter today, claiming that Microsoft and Nokia executives will be meeting each other shortly to discuss the possibility and terms of a deal involving the sale of the Finnish phone maker’s ... [more]

After A Breakout 2011, Yammer Works On A Big New Funding Round

6 January 2012

Yammer, the Facebook/Twitter-style online intranet for companies, is coming off of a big year, even as larger competitors like Salesforce try to compete with their own enterprise social networking products. Having generated revenues between $5 million and $10 million in 2010, Yammer more than doubled that in 2011, reaching towards $25 ... [more]

Watch An iPad (And GoPro Camera) Survive A 100,000 Foot Drop

6 January 2012

There were doubters last time. They said a 1300 foot drop wasn’t all that much. It wasn’t a true test. It fell onto grass, they said. Well, G-Form is back with another marketing ploy.

This time they sent an iPad encased in G-Form’s $45 Extreme Edge case to the cusp of space and back. The iPad of course survived. ... [more]