65Bits #166: Internet access is a human right

The Tech65 crew gathered at their usual 8 Shenton Way Starbucks again for another round of non-violent tech news discussion. This week, Daniel and Justin Ng talk about their experience with the latest Adobe CS5 which was launched recently. We also discussed about Adobe’s decision to stop developing Flash on the iPhone and concentrate on other mobile platforms like Android, Symbian and WebOS. The unreleased iPhone was leaked recently and how Apple’s decision to use MicroSIM might affect us. Last but not least, the recruits in Tekong are getting netbook for their training. Talk about 3G army.

Daniel, DK, Justin & Justin

Stories this week:
[0:55] Adobe CS5
[18:10] Adobe Calls it Quits for Flash on iPhone
[27:25] The Next iPhone Leak
[37:25] Recruits get laptops

  • NTT

    @DK can you find the link where people have cut a normal SIM to use microSIM? I know some ppl said it might be possible, but IMO no one has tried before..

    Oh and security of SIM cards is very very important. If you want to figure out how insecure your SIM cards today are, check out this. http://revision3.com/hak5/shmoocon2010 The part on GSM Hacking, it’s actually quite scary.. 😛

  • some people have hacked iphone to use android in it, recently iphone3g is also hacked to use android in it ans lot peoples are excited about it.

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