Adobe President and CEO Shantanu Narayen recently spoke with Fox Business, and as tends to happen with these things, the topic of Flash on smartphones came up. And it was the same talking points -- 75 percent of the video and gaming of the Web uses Flash -- but Narayen did say that he expects to see Flash on Android and Palm's webOS in the second half of the year. Said Narayen:
"We have a number of excited partners who are working aggressively with us to bring Flash to their devices, whether they be smartphones as well as handsets, and so companies like Google or RIM or Palm are going to be releasing versions of Flash on smartphones and tablets in the second half of the year."
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