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Hello MobileCrunch readers. The guys at CrunchGear have been tasked to update and moderate MobileCrunch and we will soon be ramping up with a new lead reporter focusing on Mobile 2.0. Before we begin, however, I’d like to get your input on what you’d like to see here. We will definitely be running M2.0 profiles, just as the Oliver did, but we’d also like to bring some of our gadget-happy content to this site, with your kind indulgence.

CTIA is coming up, and we will focus on the hardware, services, and software that will make the next generation of mobile phones — read: post iPhone — revolutionary in both form and function. I’ve also decided against adding much of CG’s snark and snarkability to this site, allowing you a brief respite from the usual panapoly of genitalia jokes so prevalent in today’s tech press.

I will be “heading” this site and can be contacted at john at crunchgear dot com. I hope to have MobileCrunch addresses available soon, but you know where to find us. Thank you and we look forward to your readership.

  • Chris

    Adobe is actually mass emailing creative suite owners telling them to use zend and PHP. Had you registered your Adobe CS3 you would have known that. They pushing Zend Framework as the defacto Flash/Flex backend right now.

    • Raul Riera

      Actually the only “defacto” es ColdFusion since its the only one that works out of the box, they are supporting Zend now. But I guess you could say Zend as joined the defacto languages for Flex/Flash now

    • Chris R

      Of course Adobe are going to try and cuddle up with Zend. In the same way Apple did with Ruby.

      Microsoft have an army of developers out there using their tech and now SilverLight is more mature (and lets not forget that it was downloaded over 100 million times in just 4 weeks) what do you think they’ll choose?

      Adobe would want you to choose CF but that’s not going to happen. It’s not that they want you to use PHP it’s that they don’t want you using Microsoft.

  • Chris

    Should be they are pushing. HTC == hard to type

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  • Mike @

    This should get interesting :)


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