Google and Adobe team up for "Open Screen Project"

Google've been working with Adobe for years to integrated their technologies in to projects such as YouTube, Android, Google Site Search, Google Chrome and Google web search. Now, Google’ve joined Adobe's Open Screen Project, an initiative established a year and a half ago to help developers more easily design content for the web across multiple screens using the Flash Platform. "This […]

Google've been working with Adobe for years to integrated their technologies in to projects such as YouTube, Android, Google Site Search, Google Chrome and Google web search. Now, Google’ve joined Adobe's Open Screen Project, an initiative established a year and a half ago to help developers more easily design content for the web across multiple screens using the Flash Platform. "This initiative supports our common goal to move the Web forward as a platform and to spur innovation in the industry through technology such as Adobe Flash," said Sundar Pichai, VP Google.

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