US News Wrap, October 4 – What Happened Today

By Stephany Nunneley, Tuesday, 4 October 2011 22:26 GMT

Wow. Is the day over already? Thank “insert excited expletive here”.

Lots of stuff happened today. I got confused trying to use math, like a stereotypical American broad; the Apple event blew people away, or back depending on however you felt afterward; and Adobe held its own event showing off what can be done using Flash 11 and in the process, slapped HTML5 around a bit. Okay, I jest on that last line. Or tried to at least.

However, while the Apple event took up the majority of my afternoon, here is what else happened before, during, and after the event – don’t worry, it’s a short list today:

And by the way, Kick-Ass used a Mac in the movie. You know, product placement and all that.

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