What has HTML5 done for you lately? Yeah, I don't exactly know either, except that you can apparently code it to play a passable version of Command and Conquer.
The writing was on the wall. Adobe started preparing for Flash's death with Edge and now ZDNet says the company will cease developing Flash for mobile devices and shift more focus to pushing HTML5 and Adobe Air.
Who called it? Apple called it. Adobe Flash is a dying elephant. As the rest of the Web has quickly embraced new standards such as HTML5, Adobe kept its game face on. But the end is near, as the company pushes out Adobe Edge, an HTML5 tool that keeps up with the times.
Good news for fans of Microsoft's in-house browser (but bad news for folks who still use XP): the next iteration of Internet Explorer adds a slew of attractive features, and gets ready for a more attractive web overall. The good...