Microsoft is looking for developers to work on Silverlight for the Xbox 360. Why does that matter? Because Silverlight is the same way apps are written for Windows Phone 7, and it runs on desktops too. Meaning: Apps.
Mozilla’s serving up a beta of Firefox Lorentz, a version of the browser that runs Flash, Quicktime and Silverlight videos as a separate processes. If plugin-caused crashes and stuttering YouTubes have you red in the face, Lorentz offers sweet relief.
It’s pretty much a given that every major smartphone OS has Flash support in its sights, but BlackBerry and Adobe have been alarmingly mum on the subject. Today, Boy Genius, a certifiable BlackBerry nut, has news: It’s coming.