Calif. – Google (NASD: GOOG) plans to add
support for Adobe’s (NASD: ADBE) Flash platform to the upcoming 2.2 version of its Android
operating system, Andy Rubin, a vice president of engineering at Google, told
The New York Times. The news comes in the week after Adobe signaled that it has
abandoned efforts to develop a version of Flash — used widely across the Web
to display video and run online games — to run on Apple’s (NASD: AAPL) iPhone.