Skyfire Wants in on Apple's iPhone
Apr 14, 2010, 5:00 PM by Philip Berne
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Does Skyfire know ANYTHING about Apple????
other than that, it sucks.
And Apple absolutely hates flash.
Skyfire is completely out of it's mind if they think they will EVER get in on Apple's iPhone.
Or they can try and get the US government involved...
SKYFIRE is AWWSUMM...