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– Nokia (NYSE: NOK) and mobile browser developer Opera Software have stated they will
support the new version of Adobe’s (NASD: ADBE) Flash development platform, CNET News com
reported. The two companies join Google, which also recently said its Android
operating system will support Flash, in giving Adobe traction in its dispute
with Apple (NASD: AAPL), which publicly stated its problems with Flash and banned it from
the iPhone and iPad. CNET also note that Time Warner and NBC Universal have
said they won’t port their Flash-based video libraries to support the iPad.


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