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Sunday January 31, 2010

Can Flash Be Saved?

There has been a lot of hate toward Adobe and Flash in particular lately. With the recent revelation that the iPad will not support Flash, a lot of scrutiny has been placed on Adobe. Apple doesn’t turn away from a popular service lightly and they’re not the only ones, according to popular blogger Robert Scoble.

Google is widely seen as the only company right now that is challenging Apple at all (and even then, Google’s Android is clearly #2 in the race and doesn’t look like it will be able to challenge iPhone/iPad this year). After playing a bunch of great games on the iPhone, I don’t agree with the claims that Flash is needed anymore. If Adobe is losing people like me and the developers that decide the future of the web, they are in big trouble.

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