VIDEO: Adobe Android tablet gets public airing
The feud between Apple and Adobe doesn't seem like it's going to let up any time soon. Adobe has responded to Steve Job's highly critical open letter with a public demonstration of its love for all things Google, and in particular, Android.
At the Web 2.0 Expo in San Francisco, Adobe demoed an Android-based tablet to Zedomax that reportedly ran both Flash and Air “flawlessly”. In addition, Adobe's station at the expo featured Android based mobile phones such as the Nexus One and the Droid. There wasn't an iPhone to be seen. Take that Steve Jobs.
The Adobe source at the Expo claimed that we'll be seeing a whole lot of Android-based tablets coming our way in 2010. No official word on who'll be making these yet though. It's also expected that we'll be seeing Flash 10.1 running on most Android phone handsets soon.
And if you still don't believe that Adobe really does hate Apple at the moment, then the fact that CNET is reporting that all Adobe employees are to be given Android-based mobiles, for free, may just convince you.