Adobe selling Flash for mobiles for zero dollars

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Those jokers down at Adobe are making a play for more of the mobile market by launching what they call the “Open Screen Project.” Don’t get ahead of yourself there, Adobe. It’s a bit of an indulgent name considering Flash is hardly an open format. Still, it’s hard to criticize them for putting it out there for anyone to take — no charge. Very nice.

They say they’re working on a custom iPhone format, but Apple has already given them flak for Flash being slow, so who knows whether you’ll see it officially or whether it will have to be a plug-in with no confidence from Apple.

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