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Frank Williams 04-09-2010 09:42 AM

Has this chap turned Mental..?
 



Apple bans Adobe's Flash-to-iPhone compiler, plus related applications


http://www.neowin.net/news/apple-ban...d-applications

Mike Dee 04-10-2010 09:47 AM

Re: Has this chap turned Mental..?
 
Frank Williams wrote:

> Apple bans Adobe's Flash-to-iPhone compiler, plus related applications


What chap?

--
dee


Knitting Granny 04-10-2010 10:04 AM

Re: Has this chap turned Mental..?
 
Frank Williams <FWilliams@happy.com.ru> wrote in message
news:khttr513rg32hapqukgq7dsu42iv5r24hu@4ax.com...

> Apple bans Adobe's Flash-to-iPhone compiler, plus related applications
> http://www.neowin.net/news/apple-ban...d-applications


Roger always was silly boy. Even as a lad Roger would keep his nose in
his circuit boards and miss what was really going on out there in the
big wide world around him.

Roger, pay attention. Apple own patents for H.264. Apple want to kill
off Flash and replace it with H.264. Apple have already forced Youtube
to use H.264 instead of Flash when Youtube is viewed from an iPhone.

Come down from those boffin clouds, Roger, and back to earth. Apple is
not mental. Apple is following standard business practice, which is to
get away with as much restrictive trade practices as you can while you
can.



victor 04-10-2010 09:30 PM

Re: Has this chap turned Mental..?
 
On 10/04/10 22:04, Knitting Granny wrote:
> Frank Williams <FWilliams@happy.com.ru> wrote in message
> news:khttr513rg32hapqukgq7dsu42iv5r24hu@4ax.com...
>
>> Apple bans Adobe's Flash-to-iPhone compiler, plus related applications
>> http://www.neowin.net/news/apple-ban...d-applications
>>

>
> Roger always was silly boy. Even as a lad Roger would keep his nose in
> his circuit boards and miss what was really going on out there in the
> big wide world around him.
>
> Roger, pay attention. Apple own patents for H.264. Apple want to kill
> off Flash and replace it with H.264. Apple have already forced Youtube
> to use H.264 instead of Flash when Youtube is viewed from an iPhone.
>
> Come down from those boffin clouds, Roger, and back to earth. Apple is
> not mental. Apple is following standard business practice, which is to
> get away with as much restrictive trade practices as you can while you can.
>
>


Which Adobe also did for as long as they could, both with Postscript and
Flash.


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