The Next Big Things -- According to the Investors

Venture capitalists are eyeing social networking, the real-time Web, and health initiatives.

Android 2.2: An Introduction

Google's updated OS boasts Flash capabilities, a speed boost, and enterprise enhancements like Microsoft Exchange integration.

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Conference Attendees Have High Hopes for HTML5

A session on HTML5 at Google's I/O conference was packed with a standing-room-only crowd.

Adobe Backs HTML5 in Dreamweaver

Adobe's authoring tool supports the new specification despite the company's battles with Apple for backing HTML5 over Flash.

Google Focuses on Web Media at I/O

Calling the Web the most important platform, the company rolls out multitude of initiatives at technical conference.

Microsoft Silverlight 4 Tools Released

The package of add-on tools helps developers using the Visual Studio 2010 IDE to leverage Silverlight 4 capabilities

Google Conference to Highlight HTML5

The Google I/O event this week will also promote Google technologies such as Android and Chrome.

What's Behind HTC's Suit Against Apple

Apple, others are at war over who owns the key technologies such multitouch in the burgeoning mobile market.

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Mozilla Wants to Make Firefox a Speedster

Browser upgrade plans include HTML5 support, performance optimization, and greater user control

Scribd Social Publishing Site Dumps Flash in Favor of HTML5

The company joins Apple, Google, and Microsoft in promoting the spec, leaving behind a three-year commitment to Flash

Drupal Upgrade to Be Slower but More Scalable

Founder of the Drupal project details plans for the open source content management system

MeeGo, Android Phone Platforms Take Stage at Linux Conference

Nokia, Google officials offer progress reports on their open source device OSes

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Microsoft Readies Visual Studio Upgrade

Silverlight, .Net Framework will also receive updates this week.

Microsoft Promises Not to Scan Your E-Mail

Unlike Google, Microsoft will not scan its hosted mail to target ads.

Don't Be Fooled: Windows Phone 7, Silverlight Are Business-Ready

Despite the consumer focus of Microsoft's marketing, developers see enterprise uses for these graphically rich technologies.

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