From Siri and SSD to augmented reality and Ice Cream Sandwich, here are 10 technology game-changers
With Adobe throwing in the towel -- ending development of its power-hungry Flash Player for mobile browsers -- the path is cleared for HTML5 to take center stage. As you're probably aware, HTML5 allows developers to build dynamic Web apps that work equally well across various browsers, including those on mobile phones and tablets. The migration from Flash to HTML5 won't happen overnight, but a rapid adoption of mobile devices in the workplace may help quicken this transition. HTML5 may be a work in progress, but it's definitely the future of Web development.