Smith reports, “Apparently Jobs was right.”
MacDailyNews Take: As usual.
Smith reports, “In a blog post yesterday, Adobe addressed concerns that it would no longer support mobile flash on Android’s latest operating system, Jelly Bean. The flash-maker confirmed previous news that they in fact will not support mobile flash but instead the company will focus on flash for PC.”"
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MacDailyNews Take: Good riddance and thank Jobs!
BTW: Have a nice day, Lee Brimelow.
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