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Adobe Goes Mobile


Open Screen LogoAdobe has decided, perhaps in competition with MS Silverlight, to attempt to get its flash player on more cell phones, handhelds, and set-top boxes. The company believes that their current flash player is on more then 98% of all desktops and their Open Screen will utilize Flash Lite and build on mobile products. For one thing, they will stop charging licensing fees and will publish info about their coding. Adobe is hoping the move will make things easier on film and TV companies, and is working with SonyEricsson, Nokia, LG, and MTV and other companies.


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Microsoft has also announced a deal with nokia for having silverlight on nokia phones.This battle between flash and silverlight will be really fascinating to see.

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It is great to increase functions in cell phones and mini devices.


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