Apple may no longer be investing in Flash for the iPhone OS, but says it's Adobe that's failing to offer an open standard. Apple indicated its preference for a variety of up-and-coming standards that collectively compete with what Flash can do, reports "CNET" (http://news.cnet.com/8301-30685_3-20003006-264.html).
HTML5 is a revision to Hypertext Markup Language used to describe Web pages; CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) are used to format web pages. H.264 is a video compression technology used in streaming video among other areas. However, as "CNET" notes, Adobe isn't truly removed from these technologies. Its Flash...| Read more »