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One of the most common technologies for watching video on a computer will soon be available for most smartphones.
Until now, many smartphones and netbooks have used a "light" version of the program, because of the limited processing power of the devices.
The new software is intended to work as well on a smartphone as a desktop PC. Adobe, the maker of Flash, said it should be available on most higher-end handsets by 2010, although Apple's iPhone would continue not to use the software.
Touch screen phones are the latest "chav" must have in Europe ..along with the pit bull and the ertsatz hip hop for white folks blaring out of the car or the house ..ther IQ may be the same as their shoe size and frequently is ..but they can be easily parted from their money ..and easier still with flash ( which is why so much of what is left of TV advertising now uses flash ) ..I presume it's similar in the US and elsewhere from what I see from the net and TV ..
Here in fora we dont count as average anything owners ..we actually use our computers to do things ..
Adobe has been able to sell Flash to big firms as a technology based upon its market penetration. That doesn't wash any more. The people with money, key customers, who splash out on iPhones, don't have Flash any more... it's not people with out-of-date machines who never buy things anyway. Movers-and-shakers, early-adopters and trend-setters are using iPhones, and if they can't use the Flash site then that is serious brand damage.