Tuesday, October 06, 2009

Adobe MAX Sleeper News? RIM!

While many people were focused on the iPhone announcement yesterday, a bigger story was emerging. Both Google and RIM not only joined the Open Screen Project, but RIM and Adobe announced they will bring support for Adobe's Flash Player to the Blackberry platform. This is a huge story for business users as RIM is still the SmartPhone of choice for many business users.

Via the OSP, 19 out of the top 20 mobile handset manufacturers are now collaborating with Adobe to integrate Flash technology into their devices. MAX's mobile story gets even better when you consider Adobe and Nokia are jointly announcing the funding of more than 35 multi-screen applications as part of the Open Screen Project Fund.

Now to go and teach the 4 hour AIR/Flex Boot Camp!

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