Social Enterprise

Facebook apps get flashier

Facebook apps got Flash support this week and Microsoft hinted that Office might be coming to the iPhone. Find out more in this week's Roundup.

Facebook and Adobe have teamed up this week to enable Flash integration with Facebook's social apps. Developers using the Facebook platform and Facebook Connect to build apps can now make use of an ActionScript 3.0 client library.

Facebook has also stated that Microsoft has added detection of the incessant Koobface virus, attacking Facebook accounts since December, to its Malicious Software Removal Tool (MSRT).

During the Web 2.0 Expo this week, Microsoft has implied that Office might be coming to the iPhone, but apparently this is old news.

RIM has launched an app store for its BlackBerry users, but unfortunately it's not available in Australia yet.

In other news, Microsoft has announced it'll be adding the Windows Embedded Server and offering cloud services to its embedded platforms.

In feature articles this week, we covered 10 ways to make your boss love you and how to extract meaning from text with Hapax's Amplify.

Check out this week's videos for fake Stephen Conroy, April Fools' Conficker worm and a look at Skype for the iPhone.

—Posted by Lana Kovacevic

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