TechBytes (11.10.11)

Adobe pulls the plug on its flash player for mobile devices.
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In today's tech -- an about face for Adobe. It's pulling the plug on its Flash Player for mobile devices instead most tablets and cell phone browsers will use html five technology. This is a vindication for apple which had refused to allow flash to run on the iPhone and iPad saying it's too buggy and drained batteries. But Apple's next battle could be with Amazon over voice recognition technology. Apple introduced Syria on its iPhone four S last month now it appears Amazon has. Quietly -- yap a company specializing in voice recognition the buzz is that Amazon may add voice recognition to its Kindle fire tablets. If you're overwhelmed by all the choices in the App Store well there's an app for that. Crosswalk scans your friend devices and displays all the apps they've downloaded cross walk works with the iPhone iPad and iPod Touch. Those are your tech -- I'm sunny Hostin.

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