One web. Any device. — Join us at MWC 2010

Next week Barcelona, Spain will host the 2010 Mobile World Congress.  Adobe and Open Screen Project partners will be there presenting and demonstrating the latest developments on the Flash Platform and the Open Screen Project that will help define the future of the mobile industry.

Adobe is working with more than 60 partners in the Open Screen Project to bring the full web experience to Android devices, tablets, smartbooks, and netbooks.  Millions of designers, developers, and content publishers are already using the Flash Platform to deliver interactive media, applications, and videos to the web on desktop PCs. They are starting to leverage their existing popular content and applications to deploy on a range of other devices that is growing rapidly–enabling consumers to experience the web where and how they choose.  

Join us at Mobile World Congress and experience firsthand full web browsing enabled by Flash Player 10.1 on Android and Palm WebOS devices, as well as several brand new tablets, smartbooks, and netbooks. Come see how application developers can develop and deploy native standalone applications quickly on iPhone and other mobile devices using Adobe Flash. And don’t miss the chance to get a sneak-peek at the next generation of Adobe creative tools for creating cross-device web experiences with a streamlined design and development workflow.

Drop by the Adobe booth at Stand 1D45 in Hall 1 to talk to Adobe experts and play with some of the latest technology.  And, be sure to reserve the 11 AM slot on your schedule on Tuesday, February 16th—that’s when David Wadhwani, general manager and vice president, Flash Platform Business at Adobe will be giving a keynote at RIM’s BlackBerry Developer Day in App Planet.

There will be a full slate of live theatre presentations from AOL Media, Google, Motorola, NVIDIA, Palm, RIM, La Vanguardia, STV.tv and others on how and why they are leveraging the Flash Platform to deliver compelling applications, content, and video to the widest possible audience. We will publish a full presentation schedule in the next couple of days.

In the coming year the competition in the smartphone and tablet market is going to continue to heat up. At Mobile World Congress 2010 you’ll learn more about how to make the most of it with Adobe and our Open Screen Project partners.

We look forward to seeing you in Barcelona!

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