Adobe distributing free Android phones to its employees

flash-flex-air Adobe is planning to demonstrate a version of Flash for Google’s Android software in May at the Google I/O conference, in response to Steve Jobs’ criticism of Flash in an open letter. Adobe also plans to give its employees mobile phones powered by Google’s Android mobile operating system, and running a new mobile version of Flash created for the platform.

Adobe’s chief technology officer, Kevin Lynch wrote in a company blog post that the company was moving on without Apple. He said, "…given the legal terms Apple has imposed on developers, we have already decided to shift our focus away from Apple devices for both Flash Player and AIR."

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