Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 11th May 2010 10:45 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless While most of us here on the OSNews team are proponents of HTML5, we're all fully aware that Flash serves an important role on the web today, and will most likely continue to do so for the foreseeable future. Flash has a rather spotty record when it comes to performance, and so far, hasn't been able to run well on mobile devices. It seems this is about to change, as an Adobe evangelist has showed off Flash 10.1 on Android 2.2 (Froyo) running on the Nexus One. And eerlijk is eerlijk, it looks pretty darn impressive, especially considering how far they've come.
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RE[2]: Hilarious
by Cody Evans on Tue 11th May 2010 14:02 UTC in reply to "RE: Hilarious"
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the moment that the device leaves the store, the customer owns it.

Under Apple's EULA, by using the device, you agree that you don't own the device and that your leasing it from Apple. And in the US, the EULA has the same legal standing as a signed contract...

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RE[3]: Hilarious
by elsewhere on Wed 12th May 2010 06:54 in reply to "RE[2]: Hilarious"
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And in the US, the EULA has the same legal standing as a signed contract...

No, it doesn't. There have been court decisions on both sides of the fence, and nothing ground-breakingly precedent setting.

Contract law is contract law, and a given EULA has to meet the criteria within a given jurisdiction.

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