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Good on them, if they had only gotten to work on this rather than making a stink about Apple's decision to not include Flash on mobile devices they might be even farther along. I remain convinced that Steve Jobs did the entire industry a huge favor with his anti-Flash stance. An internet not dependent on one part plug-ins is going to much more secure for everyone. As exploits are developed the browser manufacturers can immediately move to close them without being dependent on help from say ... Adobe.
who's to say they weren't working on this while they were making a stink about flash on the iphone?
it's not as if the people who were coding this were the same people who were working the PR angles.
Adobe not knowing which hand is washing which internally would not surprise me - but my guess is if they were already working on this, they would have pointed that out when Jobs blasted Flash.
Doing that would undermined their product, which is Flash, which is still the center of their world.
Adobe still believes in Flash, but that doesn't mean they aren't going to make sure their tools are still used first for everything else too.
Adobe is getting desperate!
I am not Steve Ballmer pretending not to be me!
WoW, I can believe it. I agree with you!!!
Ofcourse you agree with me, duh?
Sweet, love the HTML-5 progress.
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