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    Android Getting Flash Support

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    InformationWeek: "Integrating Adobe Flash technology with the functionality of Google's Android platform will afford consumers the rich content and unprecedented applications they demand and is key to achieving success for our OEM and ODM customers," Bsquare CEO Brian Crowley said in a statement. "We believe that our value-added products and services can improve the Android experience for users and help our customers get their devices to market faster."

    The move could give Google's Android platform a significant leg up on rival Apple and its iPhone platform. While iPhone users tend to surf the Web more than any other phone user, the lack of Flash support is still a sticking point with some users. Many industry watchers think it's a business issue rather than a technological one: Apple may not want to be tied to another company's proprietary technology, even if it's one as widely used as Flash.



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    they have it now in the android market but not as good as it sounds....its a post beta release and cant support browser vids as of yet...and cost $3.99...flashplayer7...good news though...thanx
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