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Open Screen project frees Flash

Adobe and Intel collaborate on consumer kit
Mon Jan 05 2009, 12:00

ADOBE FLASH technology will soon be seen in a number of new consumer devices including TV's, set top boxes and media players thanks to a collaboration between chip giant Intel and graphics leader Adobe.

The Open Screen project will concentrate on porting existing Flash technology to Intel's CE 3100 media processor which will allow the viewing of web-based content and video on consumer electronics.

The two companies are working together to make consistent approach to viewing media across a wide range of gadgets using Adobe's Flash Player and Flash Player Lite.

So what you see on your laptop will be exactly the same as the content you see on your portable DVD player, or your TV set... or your internet connected fridge. µ

L'Inq
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