Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 22nd Apr 2010 22:37 UTC
Google Well, this was about as inevitable as Apple not losing a super-secret iPhone prototype: Google and Adobe have pretty much formed an alliance against the iPhone, in true the-enemy-of-my-enemy-is-my-friend style. The agreement between the two companies is clearly a big middle finger towards Apple and the iPhone. Update: Apple has finally added a framework to Mac OS X that will enable accelerated Flash video content - something Adobe has been asking for. This should enable Adobe to greatly improve Flash video performance on Mac OS X. Anyone know about Linux?
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by No it isnt on Fri 23rd Apr 2010 08:34 UTC in reply to "RE: ..."
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Nonsense. Apple not only doesn't support Vorbis and Theora, they also don't let anyone else support Vorbis and Theora on their platform, forcing people to use proprietary standards (like AAC and MP4) if they want to make content available for Apple customers.

Support for proprietary standards is one thing, actively obstructing support for other standards is something entirely different.

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