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Flash, Jobs, Samsung etc.

Android, Devices- Cellphones, Devices- iPhone, Flash 10, Flash 11, Flash Enabled Devices, Processors- ARM November 3rd, 2011

Much has been debated about Steve Job’s decision to not support Flash on iPhone.  Even though 99 % of all internet enabled PCs are Flash capable , Steve decided to choose not to go with Flash. Much has been debated about Steve’s decision and the battle between two. Many people(including myself) love the functionality that Flash offers and don’t want to miss out when they start using a smart phone. Several Android phones come equipped with Flash made by prominent OEMs such as  O2 - Samsung Galaxy. Now iPhones accounted for ~ 17% smartphone share for the final quarter of 2010. So that left more than 80% of smart phone users with access (or potential access) to Flash.  Samsung, of all companies, seems to be doing great when it comes to selling smartphones (and tablets) and, not surprisingly, there’s a legal battle going on between Apple and Samsung for ‘copying ideas’. ......continue reading