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    #21  
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    They should not claim WebOS has Flash support yet, should they? I thought it was not ready yet. It's a NO till it's ready.
    Yes, that's true. The article is favoring Pre and iPhone.

    Skyfire browser in Winmo is the only one that I know of can support FLASH.
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    #22  
    The GIZMODO guys missed another feature
    "support for a physical keyboard" .

    I bet they were rushing this article.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gbp View Post

    Skyfire browser in Winmo is the only one that I know of can support FLASH.
    Opera Mobile and Mobile IE 6 also support Flash on WM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gbp View Post
    The GIZMODO guys missed another feature
    "support for a physical keyboard" .

    I bet they were rushing this article.
    There could have also been listings for things such as ambient light sensors, proximity sensors and so on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by darnell View Post
    Opera Mobile and Mobile IE 6 also support Flash on WM.
    forgot that new IE mobile thing , but i doubt opera will do that.
    Can you browse the desktop version of CNN site and play the videos ?
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    Ther is now a better side by side (by side, by side etc.) on Engadget:

    Mobile OS shootout: iPhone OS 3.0 enters the fray
    Last edited by sir_mycroft; 03/19/2009 at 05:15 PM. Reason: Wrong link
    VisorPhone Clone
    (Please do not thank me - I find it scary)
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    Quote Originally Posted by gbp View Post
    forgot that new IE mobile thing , but i doubt opera will do that.
    Can you browse the desktop version of CNN site and play the videos ?
    There are settings that can be changed in Opera Mobile, to have it open CNN in a desktop like mode, but I've never done it. Opera Mobile does support flash though. I watch YouTube with it.


    Opera Mobile features
    Flash-ready

    Be entertained! Get rich Web content like YouTube right on your phone
    Flash is disabled in the latest beta, but it works on the latest non-beta.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gbp View Post
    forgot that new IE mobile thing , but i doubt opera will do that.
    why? it is excellent. it has a few hiccups but it does flash quite nicely.
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    MS with Mobile IE 6 is TRYING to do what Opera Mobile already does well.

    The WM platform is mature enough to have browser wars .
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