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Monday, 17 March 2008 10:39

Microsoft licenses Adobe software

Written by Nick Farell

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All your mobiles are belong to Redmond


Microsoft
has bought licenses so it can install Adobe video software in its mobile phone packages.

According to a press release, Microsoft will distribute Flash Lite and Reader programs from Adobe to all mobile phone makers who use Windows Mobile software.

This means that the phones will be able to visit sites that use the popular Flash software, and also allow users to interact with more Web sites. It also opens up shopping sites to mobile access.
Last modified on Monday, 17 March 2008 14:10
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