Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 8th Nov 2010 22:38 UTC
Internet & Networking "Last week, critics hammered Adobe over a report showing that Flash drained the new MacBook Air's battery life by several hours. It's not the first time Adobe has been in fisticuffs with Apple: the companies have been duking it out ever since Steve Jobs began ridiculing Flash and touting its alleged-killer, HTML5. Today, in an interview with Fast Company, Adobe CTO Kevin Lynch answered critics who might say HTML5 is somehow more efficient than Flash."
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Comment by bouhko
by bouhko on Tue 9th Nov 2010 20:29 UTC
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There's a decade of content out there that you just can't view on Apple's device, and I think that's not only hurtful to Adobe, but hurtful to everyone that created that content
Yeah, sure... Remember that until 2009, Adobe had a policy of forbidding implementation of flash players based on their specifications [1].
So ok now they've changed, but really, Adobe isn't quite a promoter of open standards. Not that Apple is better in that regard.

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