Here’s a video of Flash Player 10.1, Adobe’s latest and greatest, on Google Nexus One. It’s all very exciting – unless you happen to look at the clock and the “superphone’s” battery indicator which shows that, after playing around with Flash Player 10.1 for a whole 6 minutes (4:00pm to 4:06pm), the battery goes from approximately 50% to 25% (00:53 and 5:44 in the video below):
Direct link to video via Vimeo here.
MacDailyNews Take: Very useful. Hey, maybe lazy Adobe could ship out mobile phone cases with their logo and built-in car batteries to everyone who downloads Flash on their pretend iPhones?
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Wings” for the heads up.]