Adobe Edge and HTML5, Google+ Shedding Users, and Those Dumb IE Users on PCWorld Podcast #122

Ed Albro, Melissa Perenson, Tim Moynihan, and Jason Cross gather around the podcast table to talk about some of the latest news stories this week. Does Adobe's Edge tool signal the death of Flash and the prominant rise of HTML5? Are people already losing interest in Google+, or is it just that the initial gold-rush wave of early adopters is over? A recent study showed that Internet Explorer users are dumber than those that use other browsers; only the study and the company that conducted it were both fake, proving that it's tech journalists that are dumb (or at least lazy and rushed).

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