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Freescale, Adobe and Movial team up for Flash 10.1 on i.MX platforms

Donald Melanson, @donmelanson
January 6, 2010
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What goes better with a brand new Freescale smartbook reference design than a little Flash? An actual price and a release date, maybe, but Flash isn't too shabby either. That, naturally, comes courtesy of a little help from Adobe, who worked with Freescale and Movial to get Flash 10.1 up and running on Freescale's i.MX51 family of processors -- which, incidentally, power a range of other mobile devices in addition to smartbooks you can't buy. Still nothing in the way of demos or anything, unfortunately, but Freescale says that the first devices ready to support Flash 10.1 will indeed be smartbooks.

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