Adobe and Palm announced today, during MWC 2009, that the former company has joined the Open Screen Project.
And if you don’t know what the Open Screen Project is, we’ll tell you: it’s a broad industry initiative (obviously led by Adobe) committed to providing a rich Internet experience on any device.
This will allow Palm to support Adobe’s Flash Player on all its webOS smartphones, starting with the Palm Pre.
Adobe says that “Flash Player for smartphones” will debut sometime at the end of 2009, thus a bit later after the Pre is released.
Source: Adobe (PDF link)
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