Archive for May 4, 2010

U.S. antitrust enforcers are considering an investigation of Apple Inc. following a complaint from Adobe Systems Inc., stating that allegedly Apple is stifling competition by barring developers from using Adobe’s products to create applications for iPhones and iPads.

Apple CEO Steve Jobs highlighted some of the most important reasons why Apple would not support Flash on their mobile devices. Here are some:


Reports indicated that Google would announce their Android based television platform named Google TV anytime soon.

The Android TV operating system, reportedly named Dragonpoint, is said to allow application developers and programmers to build content, games, and software programs for set-tops and TVs, all without requiring the permission of the network operator connected to, and providing services for, those devices.

Furthermore, it was also said that Sony, Intel, and Logitech are some companies that are said to be working with

Net Applications reported that the market share of Internet Explorer has fallen below 60% for the first time in many years. Most of the growth has been reported by Google Chrome which now has a 6.73% share in the market.

Mozilla Firefox has a 24.59% market share. Apple Safari is at the fourth spot with 4.72% share of the market. Opera continues to remain a niche browser with a 2.30% market share.

Microsoft will be releasing Internet Explorer 9 late 2010. IE9 will support HTML5 services with support for critical elements like tag.

Albert G. Mateo Jr. was recently appointed as the new country manager of HP Philippines Personal Services Group (PSG).

Mateo replaces Bernadette Nacario who is currently serving as Microsoft SMS&P Director.

Mateo served as the General Manager, Pharmaceuticals – Pfizer Philippines and was the former Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of HP Philippines.