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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What's the news, really?
by wargum on Fri 23rd Apr 2010 15:55 UTC
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How is all this news? We probably know for half a year now that Adobe brings the Flash Player and AIR to Android. Betas have been shown for months, just look on YouTube. And it all happens in the Open Screen Project where different companies work together to bring Flash to multiple platforms.

So, I don't get what the news is. That blog post is just a summary of what has been happening for a while now, anyway. Reiterating the commitment of the collaboration? Yeah, big deal.

Tell me what I might have missed.

BTW: Great that not everybody believes in dictatorship but choice. I am looking forward to these upcoming Tegra 2 based tablets running Flash at the end of the year.

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