Flash is blocked from Apple's iPad and iPhones, but Adobe rival Microsoft is getting a foot in the door of sorts, with a media server used to stream content for its Silverlight player. Microsoft said Thursday that this year, it will update its Internet Information Services (IIS) Media Services so you can stream on-demand media …
C'mon el reg, keep up?
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Well who'd a thunk it?
I think it works like:
write your code
export the code to the device (single code, multiple devices)
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Okay I accept that above refers to apps (Flash apps to iPhone or Flash apps to droid)
Extending their monopoly!
Great, so in the future when I want to buy a Blu-Ray player or TV I have to choose carefully or I pay yet another Microsoft tax!
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