Nokia, Opera support Adobe on Flash issue

Adobe-FlashNokia and Opera Software have supported Adobe in its battle with Apple over Flash multimedia support. Opera's co-founder Jon von Tetzchner has informed that it has been the only proprietary part of the web that his company is supporting.

Flash-based video and games are found on many internet sites. The executives from Nokia have also supported Adobe over the same issue. Nokia is the world's largest maker of mobile phones and Opera Software is the maker of a leading mobile browser. Both of them said that they are going to support the new and upcoming Flash 10.1 software.

Last month Apple CEO, Steve Jobs has alleged the Adobe Flash multimedia software of posing security risks and being unstable.

However, this ha been used in most web video and games. He has also said that this is being proprietary and consumes more battery power.

Moreover it is not supporting multi-touch interfaces with several security threats. The battle has heated up over recent months with war of words. On the other hand, Adobe has accused Apple of simply trying to control the market.




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