Originally Posted by TenoBell
What Jobs specifically said about his stance on Flash for the iPhone. Is that Apple has limited resources.
Apple's R&D resources are likely greater than Adobe's entire market cap.
Originally Posted by Nick.b
It wasn't the best quality but like you said it was better than nothing. (my boss is european and a big football fan so he was alright with it)
IPad with no Flash: Better than nothing?
Originally Posted by CIM
YouTube, and most video sites, works without Flash.
Get a clue.
"For the end user like me, content is important. I just want to be able to watch some football. Is that so wrong?"
Originally Posted by Rot'nApple
I was curious if Adobe ever gave a release date?
Did you read the headline of the story you are responding to? It has been released.
The vapor meme is now dead. But there are plenty of...
Originally Posted by Jetz
Riiiight. Unfortunately, for me, the CBC website live streams World Cup matches using a Flash Player. If somebody can point me to a website that uses an alternative I'd use that.
Just wait. You...
Originally Posted by dlcmh
Speedtest.net is a free app on the iOS platform, and launches way quicker than even on a desktop browser.
But compared to owners of other mobile devices, instead of simply going to the standard...
Originally Posted by vorst
Flash is past and get over it. Look at the future.
I think that you mean that Flash is past and present. In the future, I'll likely have the capability to use the future tech. But in the present,...
Originally Posted by hezetation
I think they care about open, but they care about making money more.
They are bound by law to care only about making money.
If open is a good path towards making money, they might choose it....