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The Flash Blog » Apple Slaps Developers In The Face

The Flash Blog ยป Apple Slaps Developers In The Face: “Speaking purely for myself, I would look to make it clear what is going through my mind at the moment. Go screw yourself Apple.”

This Adobe Flash Evangelist takes Apple’s latest SDK quite personally. To quote a tweet by @fraying: >Things like this are usually the last thing an “evangelist” posts before having to get a new job. The famous Godfather quote regarding actions being business, not personal, apply. While it seems like Apple is trying to ensure the App Store is the sole source for iPhone/iPad applications, HTML5 can already do Flash-y type things without requiring a Cray supercomputer.

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Apple inside: the significance of the iPad's A4 chip

Apple inside: the significance of the iPad’s A4 chip Macworld:

Now we have the Apple A4, a brand new design for a SoC produced and owned by Apple, using the same ARM architecture that powers the iPhone. The A4 runs at 1GHz and supposedly helps the iPad achieve a maximum battery life of 10 hours, thanks to its tight placement of circuitry and small form factor. In integrating a CPU with a GPU, it follows in the footsteps of other energy-efficient SoC processors, like Nvidia’s Tegra.
Intel cannot, and will not, win everything.

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