AMNews: HTC Developing Windows Based Tablet? Adobe Flash Player 11, iPad 2 3G Goes to China

Even though Microsoft’s forthcoming operating system Windows 8 may not hit the marketplace for another year, rumors and speculation about future products from multiple vendors, powered by the Windows 7 successor are already popping up in various tech circles.

Adobe is developing a new version of the Adobe Flash Player, the company announced. Scheduled to hit the market in early October alongside the massively anticipated AIR3, the new product comes with the promise of upgrading the rendering speed significantly.

Although the iPad 2 was launched in the US in March this year, the most frenzied scenes accompanied the tablet's launch in China in May. At that time, which saw a number of people injured and an Apple Store window smashed, only the Wi-Fi version was made available.

HTC, according to new reports, is confident about its triumph over Apple in the two tech giant’s ongoing legal conflict. Apparently, a senior HTC executive was recently heard saying that under the current scenario, the company is highly likely to defeat Apple inc.

A Microsoft executive has lost his job over a Tweet he sent about Nokia’s upcoming Windows Phone 7 device. According to an article on The Register, Joe Marini, the now former principal program manager for web services at Microsoft, mysteriously lost his job after he made a series of tweets about an upcoming Nokia Windows Phone 7 device.

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