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Software maker Adobe (NSDQ: ADBE) and chip designer ARM Holdings are bringing web-based Flash to mobile phones, set-top boxes, televisions,…

Software maker Adobe (NSDQ: ADBE) and chip designer ARM Holdings are bringing web-based Flash to mobile phones, set-top boxes, televisions, cars, and personal media players the companies said today. The two are working together to optimize Flash Player 10 and Adobe AIR for mobile devices based on ARM processors, which should improve the mobile browsing experience. The ARM-based chips are expected to hit the market in the second half of 2009.

Currently, Flash, which allows developers to integrate video into web pages and develop rich internet applications, has only been available on mobile devices in Adobe

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  1. One correction in this article Qualcomm BREW mobile platform does not implement "full version" of Flash but rather a specially designed version of Flash 6 called "Adobe mobile client", which is actually different than Flash Lite.

    BREW developer site information:
    https://brewmobileplatform.qualcomm.com/devnet/Flash_Home_Page.jsp?Language=Flash

    Adobe Mobile client information:
    http://www.adobe.com/mobile/platform/index2.html#AMCfeatures

  2. thanks Hayden–have updated the post. Dianne

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