Verizon To Use Flash For Applications and Customization
Apr 5, 2006, 12:42 PM by (staff)
Verizon today announced it will include Adobe Flash technology in future handsets. Flash will be used as a platform to deliver applications, online content and also interface customization. Japanese carriers use Flash in a similar manner - providing online content, applications and home screen customization. The most recent version of Flash can even be used to customize the entire interface of the phone, not just the main menu. Verizon has not announced the extent to which it will use Flash in the new handsets nor when those handsets will launch.
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Holy Crap Batman Thank you
If you can't beat 'em, BUY 'EM!!
It's MacroDobe Flash Now!!!
So, what used to be $199, is NOW $899.
Same product, just MORE!Maybe less??!!
Kinda like Verizon, SSDD "Q"???? When??