Poll: What development rumor do you predict will come true in 2012?

Windows Phone 7, Windows 8, RIM, Adobe, and mobile devices are topics of some development rumors for 2012. Let us know which rumor you think will come true this year.

There are a ton of rumors swirling around that will dramatically impact developers if they come true. Some people suspect that Microsoft will make Windows 8 light enough for a phone and replace the WP7 line with Windows 8, which would be very transparent for the most part. RIM has been following Palm's path for a few years now, and there is definitely a "waiting for the other shoe to drop" feeling about the BlackBerry maker. Mobile devices are poised to replace desktops and laptops for many users, and the introduction of universal docking stations for Windows 8, iPhone/iPad, or Android would go a long way to making that happen, especially if they provide additional computing and video horsepower. And from where I sit, I could see Adobe deciding the pull the plug on Flash.

Which of these rumors do you think will happen in 2012? Unfortunately, our polling tool only allows voters to select one answer, so please choose the story that you think is most likely to come true this year.



Justin James is the Lead Architect for Conigent.

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