There are several factors at play in the mobile website and application industry that should really thrust flash content into the forefront by the middle of next year. Nokia just inking a deal with Intel to build faster chips for cells. Android announcing they will have the full Flash Player 10 on phones by end of year as well as Palm Pre supporting Flash in next version Windows mobile has always had limited support for it. I’m not interested in having an IPhone killer (I have a touch at home and Wife has 3G) there is no reason everyone can’t eat at the same table. But based on the number of developers familiar with Flash and AS there will be a lot of apps coming out for a much less exclusive audience.
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