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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Maybe I am an idiot
by redm on Fri 23rd Apr 2010 23:42 UTC
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but when talking about flash & air, I assume we are talking about app deployment and not web based flash. Right?

Air is a way to make your flash application into an application. So why the comparison to html5?

It makes perfect sense to me that if you could get air running well on a variety of platforms, you could have write-once, run-everywhere working pretty well.

I'm running Pandora via Air on Linux right now and its great. Why would anyone not want this option for Android?

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