Yesterday we heard that Adobe had decided to put an end to Adobe Flash for mobile devices instead the company said that it would focus its mobile efforts on HTML5, and now it would appear that Adobe is also scaling down support for Adobe Flash for TV.
If you are on the look out for a Bluetooth keyboard and stand for your tablet device the new ZAGGkeys FLEX,which is a CES Innovations 2012 Design and Engineering Awards Honoree and been launched this week by ZAGG.
The ZAGGkeys FLEX keyboard and stand is compatible with both Apple and Android devices, and will connect to any Bluetooth enabled device. The stand used to support your tablet also doubles as a cover for the keyboard when not in use.
Akitio has unveiled their new personal cloud storage device in the form of the Akitio MyCloud Duo which provides 3TB of storage together with cloud access. The Akitio MyCloud Duo is equipped with a Gigabit Ethernet connection and web based file browser to manage your files, together with a media player and the cloud access gives you the convenience of being able to accessing your files anywhere in the world.
The other day we heard about a hidden feature that had been found in Apple’s iOS 5, a panorama mode for the iPhone’s camera, and now it would appear that the feature can be activated without jailbreaking your device.
Earlier today we heard about another hidden feature in iOS, a new autocorrect keyboard bar, and it turns out that this feature can also be activated in iOS 5 without having to jailbreak your device.
Now details of the update are starting to come in, and initial reports have revealed that it looks like the iOS 5.0.1 update fixes the battery problem that people have been experiencing, with users reporting a significant improvement on battery life.
The last thing we heard about the new Samsung Galaxy Nexus for the US was that it could possibly launch on Verizon Wireless on the 21st of November, Verizon have still not confirmed the official launch date the the US.
The Galaxy Nexus is due to go on sale here in the UK next week on the 17th of November, and now it would appear that we could be getting closed to the US release.
This week MSI have launched their new MSI Afterburner iOS application which was developed with software programmer Nick Connors. The new iOS application enables you to use your iPhone or iOS device to to adjust or monitor MSI Afterburner settings on PC over a Wi-Fi connection.
The MSI Afterburner App allows you to monitor temperature, voltage and fan speed and can also be used to tweak and overclock and overvoltage your desktops graphics card.
Google has today announced the roll out of its new Google +1 button to all image searches which will allow you to share images with your friends via Google+ and your Google Profile, in the same way you can with the traditional search results from Google.
Now when you mouse over an image within an image search you will see a little +1 button in the bottom left of the frame.If you are still a little unsure what the Google +1 buttons are all about a quick 1 minute video after the jump created by Google will explain everything.
Nintendo and Sony will be less than pleased with the latest portable gaming figures from Flurry, as they are reporting that mobile gaming, particularly Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android devices now makes up 58 percent of mobile gaming revenue in the US for 2011.
This compares to 2009 when Nintendo held 70 percent of the portable gaming market and Sony’s PSP around 11 percent, back then Android and iOS made up just 19 percent of the market.
You might remember back in January we featured a new device then called the Satarii Star which was a motion tracking camera dock designed for smartphones that was looking for funding to get the project off the ground.
Well today under the new name of Swivl the motion tracking camera dock has now bean relaunched together with a new design and revamped specifications. The Swivl has been designed to provide a hands free unit that lets record your actions with your iPhone, iPod Touch, Android phone, GoPro, or Flip, whilst always keeping the camera on target. Watch the video after the jump to see it in action.
It looks like Amazon may be looking to take on Apple’s Siri, with its own voice recognition system, as according to a recent report Amazon has recently acquired a speech recognition startup called Yap.
Amazon and Yap have yet to confirm the deal, but the Atlantic has discovered that Yap has recently merged with a company called ‘Dion Acquisition Sub’, who has their address listed as an Amazon owned building in Seattle.
With the launch of the highly anticipated Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim game tomorrow, your wait is nearly over, and to whet your appetite just a little more before the official launch Bethesda has unveiled a new trailer demonstrating a few of the moves you will be able to carry out within the game to defeat unwanted foes. Check out the animations Bethesda has been working on to bring your character to life and defend himself after the jump. Enjoy!