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Friday April 30, 2010

Adobe’s CEO Responds to Steve Jobs

Adobe’s CEO sat down with the Wall Street Journal and responded to Steve Jobs’ "Thoughts on Flash" letter he wrote yesterday.

He called Jobs' points a "smokescreen," said Flash is an "open specification," and further said Apple's restrictions are "cumbersome" to developers and have "nothing to do with technology." What's more, he also said Jobs' claims about Flash affecting battery life are "patently false," and suggested that any Flash-related crashes on OS X have more to do with Apple's operating system than Adobe's software.

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