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Adobe HTML5 Pack for Dreamweaver CS5 released: accept Flash isn’t the only way forward

Adobe HTML5 Pack for Dreamweaver CS5 released: accept Flash isn’t the only way forward

Adobe might be heaping the pressure onto Apple when it comes to Flash support on the iPad and iPhone, but they're also looking to embrace HTML5 development.  At Google I/O 2010 today, the company took to the stage to announce the HTML5 Pack for Dreamweaver CS5, an extension that allows for straightforward handling of HTML5 and CSS3 capabilities, as well as designing single pages that will be usable across multiple screen sizes, whether PC, smartphone or tablet.

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Hearst’s Skiff digital media service announced; 3G e-reader coming in 2010

Hearst’s Skiff digital media service announced; 3G e-reader coming in 2010

We can't say we think much of the name, but Hearst Corporation's new Skiff electronic content distribution service will likely be seen as a lifeboat for beleaguered publishers.  Combining an "enhanced content experience" delivery service and digital store, Skiff will make its newspaper, magazine, book and other content available on various existing devices, including smartphones like the iPhone, Hearst are also planning their own ebook reader for release in 2010, based on a Marvell chipset and using Sprint's 3G EVDO Rev.A network for wireless connectivity.

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Sprint Samsung Intrepid Windows Phone sneaks in touchscreen

Sprint Samsung Intrepid Windows Phone sneaks in touchscreen

You'd be forgiven for thinking that AT&T and Verizon had the lions share of the Windows Phone action today, but Sprint would hate for you to think they're left out.  They've launched the Samsung Intrepid, at first glance a straightforward candybar handset with a full QWERTY keyboard, but which in fact includes a touchscreen and thus runs Windows Mobile 6.5 Professional rather than Standard.

That's an unusual form-factor, but other than the display - a 2.5-inch 320 x 240 resistive panel - it's a reasonably straightforward Windows Phone.  As well as EVDO Rev.A the Intrepid supports GSM for international use, together with WiFI and Bluetooth, a 3.2-megapixel camera and GPS.

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Nikon D3000 entry-level DSLR with tutoring Guide mode

Nikon D3000 entry-level DSLR with tutoring Guide mode

It's not  just Nikon's flagship D300S new today; the company has also unveiled an entry-level DSLR, the Nikon D3000, aimed at getting new photographers addicted.  The 10.2-megapixel camera uses an 11-point autofocus system, DX-format sensor and EXPEED image processing, but the most interesting feature for beginners will be the Guide mode.  Not just an automatic setup, Guide mode promises to explain why different settings should be chosen; yes, that's right, it's a teacher trapped inside your DSLR.

 

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HP slash Pavilion dv3t and dv2z prices

HP slash Pavilion dv3t and dv2z prices

It's not only the new dv6z Artist Edition and dv6t that HP are unveiling today: the company has also taken a knife to the price tags of their ultraportable Pavilion dv3t and Pavilion dv2z.  The former, a 13.3-inch machine with Intel processors, went on sale back in April and now gets a $150 cut to $649.99.  Meanwhile the dv2z with its 12.1-inch display and AMD Neo processor slides down a similar amount to $599.

 

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WWDC 2008 – 3G iPhone revealed!

WWDC 2008 – 3G iPhone revealed!

This will likely come as a shock to no one, but Steve Jobs just announced the next-generation of the iPhone. As expected, this upgraded model will be the 3G version that everyone has been anticipating. As you already know, our own Vincent is attending the show and feeding us all of the juicy details. Read on for features, specs and everything else you've been dying to know.

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