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PlayStation 4 Gets Suspend And Resume, External HD Backups On March 26

Sony’s upcoming “Yukimura” update for PlayStation 4 brings the console one magic power that many players have been eager to get their hands on: The ability to suspend game play and r

2015 13-inch MacBook Pro With Retina Display Review

Apple has updated the 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro with some major improvements, including fifth-generation Intel Core processors, Iris 6100 graphics cards, PCIe-based flash storage that can manage up t

Make Games On Your iPhone With Playr

For nearly two years, eighteen-year-old Chris Galzerano has been working on Playr, an app that lets anyone make their own games. Unlike engines and kits like Unity or GameSalad, Playr doesn't require

Here’s What It’s Like To Use The Force Touch Trackpad On The New Retina MacBook Pro

The new technology was described in detail as a tentpole feature of the upcoming MacBook, which ships on April 10, but its use in the 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro, which is available now, represents bot

This USB Drive Can Nuke A Computer

Do not ever use a random USB flash drive. There are plenty software exploits that can ruin your computer or life. And <a target="_blank" href="http://kukuruku.co/hub/diy/usb-killer">with this flash dr

Mozilla’s Shumway Flash Replacement Now Plays Amazon.com Videos

Shumway is Mozilla's attempt at creating a drop-in Flash player replacement for Firefox based on open standards (and not its attempt at creating a furry, cat-eating alien). The project started in 2012

YouTube Now Streams HTML5 Video By Default

Here is one more nail in Flash's coffin: starting today, YouTube defaults to using HTML5 video on all modern browsers, including Chrome, IE 11, Safari 8 and the beta versions of Firefox. YouTube fi

With ‘No Meaningful Position Beyond Flash’, Gaming Platform Mochi Media Will Close March 31

<a target="_blank" href="http://www.mochimedia.com">Mochi Media</a>, a distribution and monetizing platform for Flash-based games that was <a href="https://beta.techcrunch.com/2010/01/11/mochi-media-

Casual Game Developer Arkadium Gets On The HTML5 Train

Casual games company <a target="_blank" href="http://www.arkadiumc.om">Arkadium</a> is announcing today that it's supporting HTML5 games in its Arena Network. In other words, the company is finally ac

Thank You, Google Overlords

Running a website not optimized for smartphones? Guess what, you've been put on notice. Google is using its influence and the power of its algorithm to finally force web publishers to fix their mobile

Flash Takes Another Step Towards Death As Unity Drops Support

Oh, Flash. Remember when there was still a <em>little</em> reason to believe that it wasn't a dying medium? When the angry Android masses swore up and down that the absence of Flash would be the death

IBM To Invest $1 Billion In Flash Technology Research, Reflecting Obsolescence Of Hard Disk Drives

IBM plans to invest $1 billion in research  to design, create and integrate Flash into its servers, storage systems and middleware, a reflection of the changing requirements needed for companies to

PernixData Launches With Goal To Become The VMware Of Flash

<a target="_blank" href="http://pernixdata.com/">PernixData</a> today launched its Flash Virtualization Platform (FVP) for clustering flash to get higher levels of performance. It's similar to how VM

The Nifty MiniDrive Gives Your MacBook Air Or Pro More Internal, Removable Flash Storage

MacBooks are on a straightforward path to becoming closed case devices, with very little in the way of aftermarket expandability options for consumers. Which is why the Nifty MiniDrive Kickstarter pro

View Presentations On The iPhone And Edit On The iPad With New Prezi Apps

Prezi has a new iPhone app and has enhanced its iPad app for editing on the go. The company has also released some data from a recent survey of its users that shows how deep mobile is reaching into co

Hey, Guys, Remember When You Used To Care About Flash?

I wanted to take a moment to pour out a little Club Mate in honor of Flash on mobile and to point out that it wasn't two years ago that the <a href="https://beta.techcrunch.com/2009/10/05/adobe-shows-

Chrome For Windows Gets A Stronger Flash Sandbox, Promises 20% Fewer Flash Crashes

Flash doesn't get a lot of love these days, but it's still ubiquitous on the web. To make displaying Flash content safer for its users, Google just <a target="_blank" href="http://chrome.blogspot.com/

Tintri Raises $25 Million For Storage Designed To Improve Virtual Machine Environments

<a target="_blank" href="http://tintri.com">Tintri</a> has raised a new $25 million round of funding for its storage appliances designed for virtual environments. The round was led by <a target="_blan

SublimeVideo’s Cloud-Based HTML5 Player Goes Freemium

Jilion, the makers of the cloud-based HTML5 video player <a href="https://www.sublimevideo.net/">SublimeVideo</a>, are today making the product more accessible through the introduction of a freemium o

Ice Cream Sandwich Will Get Flash Support By The End Of The Year

It seemed, for a time, that the book on mobile Flash as we knew it<a href="https://beta.techcrunch.com/2011/11/11/why-mobile-flash-died-an-adobe-employee-speaks-out/"> was closed</a>. Adobe announced
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