Adobe's Done With Flash for iPhone/iPad

06/21/2010 05:12 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

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Microsoft is teaming with Facebook to roll out its new service. The folks in Redmond hope web versions of Microsoft Office will displace Google Docs as the most commonly used web apps, a goal which might be obtained through Facebook integration. Mark Zuckerberg noted that Facebook would work with Microsoft on, allowing users to connect, share and work together by connecting to through the social network., a New York Times Co., just released a new app that will help you keep track of your calories. The Calorie Counting app is an easy way for users to track, analyze and count how many calories are consumed through the day. The app is currently available for free in the iTunes app store.

Adobe has had it with Apple banning its Flash software. The company has ceased development of new software that would integrate Flash into iPhone and iPad apps, despite not being included in the OS. Of the decision, Adobe remarked, "The primary goal of Flash has always been to enable cross-browser, platform and device development... This is the exact opposite of what Apple wants."

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