Adobe today released new beta of Adobe Flash Player 10, which has built-in P2P features and is able to save files to the local drives. This could have a big impact on the world of video in particular and other web apps in general.
Because of Adobe’s distribution strength, it can easily upgrade its Flash clients and instantly become owner of one of the largest P2P services. What that means is that now anyone can contemplate a Joost-like service that works within a browser. Using AIR to extend those P2P abilities to the desktop would be fairly easy as well. Continue reading at GigaOM.