Apple snipes back at Adobe over Flashview story

http://www.itwire.com – Responding to Adobe's criticism that Apple wants to "restrict" iPhone OS developers, Apple has replied, essentially, "Nuh uh, you're the closed one." (IT news)

Feedback Works! ABC and FOX Full Episodes Now Linux Friendlyview story

http://www.humans-enabled.com – After many feedback submissions and having to use hulu.com as the alternative GNU/Linux users are now finally no longer 2nd-class-citizens in terms of being able to watch Full Episodes of their favorite TV shows on ABC and FOX websites. (HowTos)

Techsnap Web Releasedview story

http://techsnap.co.uk – There is currently an early proof  of concept version of Techsnap Web on the Youtube Channel, Click Here to view it. Current Implementation (General)

Download Google Chrome 5.0 Offline Installerview story

http://gamblis.com – Google has just released the new version of its popular web browser. Welcome to Google Chrome 5.0.375.3. In this new version, Google include many fixes and new capabilities. Now, flash support is activated by default. (Distributions)

Basenji - Media indexing tool designed for easy and fast indexing of media collectionsview story

http://www.ubuntugeek.com – (HowTos)

Gamebox – Cloud Storage Service For Gamesview story

http://lgn.linux-hardcore.com – Envizions Announces Virtually Store Game Saves With Envizons New Gamebox Cloud Storage Service Backup and save your console game saves with ease for $0.99 per month (Distributions)

Android vs iPhone Parody Picture on Flash Developmentview story

http://sglnx.com – This picture was seen at CNET’s REHASHPLUS Blog For those whom are oblivious to what the above poster meant… (General)

Adobe abandons Flash for iPhone packager developmentview story

http://www.itwire.com – Adobe has drawn a line under the use of Flash to create iPhone apps, and is turning its attention to Google's Android mobile platform. (IT news)

Adobe says Bye to Apple, goes for Androidview story

http://linuxers.org – With Apple's banning Adobe Flash based content on all of its mobile devices, Adobe announced that it has now officially given up on Apple. (General)

Android-based nav phone's U.S.-boundview story

http://www.linuxfordevices.com – T-Mobile and Garmin-Asus announced a navigation-oriented smartphone that will run Android and include multi-touch capabilities. The & Garminfone& includes a 600MHz Qualcomm processor, 4GB of flash storage, a three megapixel camera, and GPS capabilities that work with or without cellular connectivity, according to the companies.... (Embedded)