Adobe Systems released a new version of its popular Flash Player on Sunday that promises to bring the quality of live video on cellular phones closer to that of video on computers.
They claim that more than 300 million mobile devices equipped with previous versions of Flash had already been shipped and it expected more than a billion Flash-enabled devices to be available by 2010.
Does this mean I can get youtube mobile to run on my smartphone now? It’s never worked due to flash issues, sigh.
The Adobe Press release.
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