Steve Jobs slams Adobe Flash… again

Steve Jobs has once again taken a pop at Adobe’s Flash Player, calling it a CPU-hog, full of security holes and an old technology that crashes Mac OS X.

In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, the Apple fanboy pin-up added to his list of reasons to hate Flash, having previosuly called it lazy and buggy.  He won’t be letting the app anywhere near his beloved Apple iPad, Apple iPhone or iPod touch.
 

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Adobe isn’t taking the torrent of criticism lightly. Last week Adobe spoke out against Apple and its Flash blanket ban. Adrian Ludwig, group manager of Adobe hit back saying: "Apple has eliminated any way to get content on the device that they don’t own,” he says. “Apple is keeping the device closed to protect their revenue streams.”

The war rages on.

Link: Apple | Adobe (via The Inquirer)

 


Steve Jobs has once again taken a pop at Adobe’s Flash Player, calling it a CPU-hog, full of security holes and an old technology that crashes Mac OS X.

In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, the Apple fanboy pin-up added to his list of reasons to hate Flash, having previosuly called it lazy and buggy.  He won’t be letting the app anywhere near his beloved Apple iPad, Apple iPhone or iPod touch.
 

——————————————————————————————

More Apple iPad

Apple iPad spec officially announced

Apple iPad: 10 Things you need to know

Apple iPad video: Steve Jobs unveils new tablet

Apple iPad first pictures from San Francisco

Apple iPad: T3’s first impressions

Can the Apple iPad iBook Store taken on Amazon?

Apple iPad: Stephen Fry sings its praises

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Adobe isn’t taking the torrent of criticism lightly. Last week Adobe spoke out against Apple and its Flash blanket ban. Adrian Ludwig, group manager of Adobe hit back saying: "Apple has eliminated any way to get content on the device that they don’t own,” he says. “Apple is keeping the device closed to protect their revenue streams.”

The war rages on.

Link: Apple | Adobe (via The Inquirer)

 


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