July 12, 2010 - Today's most interesting stories in technology, media and entertainment:
Fring 3G iPhone Video Chat: A recent update to the Fring app is letting iPhone users make video calls over the 3G network. While Apple's FaceTime app lets users video chat over Wi-Fi, Fring's update is the first to allow video chatting over the 3g network. Will it clog AT&T's already crowded network? Thre guesses and the first two don't count.
Flash Goes 3-D: Adobe is bringing 3-D to Flash. The company is adding 3-D support to its latest Flash update, a move which should keep it tied to the future of gaming. Developers and gamers are rejoicing over the news.
Chatroulette is hitting the iPhone: Sort of. A new app iChatr essentially lets users play Chatroulette with others. Like who you see? Commence video chatting. Don't like? A simple swipe will bring you a new chat buddy. If you're wondering what Chatroulette is, check it out at Chatroulette.com but be forewarned, it's not for kids.
Rumor Mill Says Google and Zynga May Team Up: Google and the makers of Farmville may team up for a new social gaming portal. The Google games project finds Zynga expanding its gaming services across the web. Will this be another Orkut, or will the Google-Zynga combo take social gaming to the next level?
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