In case you'd missed it, Apple and Adobe are locked in a battle. It's a battle over which standards will prevail in our web browsers. On one side, Adobe and its Flash platform is the reigning champion. Flash has been the powerhouse behind the distribution of video and other rich web content. But coming out of the other corner is the challenger.
Earlier this month, an Adobe employee told Apple to go screw itself over its new restrictive developer policies for the iPhone 4.0. Now, Adobe says, it's moving on, officially focusing its Flash technology on Google's Android and other competing smartphone platforms....
I've been fielding a lot of questions from readers who are wondering if Apple's iPhone/iPad/App Store monopoly, combined with the company's very public spat with Adobe, will end up in an antitrust challenge?
Well, we have tried asking nicely, through petitions and Adobe's own forums, but Adobe doesn't care.
As every sane Business knows, Customer service should always be #1 priority.
Because Customers can make doing Business feel like hell, and without Customers any Business is non-existent.
So, to get Adobe to support Linux, we can and need to take advantage of Adobe's subscription service.