24 Operators Form Wholesale Application Community At this year's Mobile World Congress 24 telecom operators have formed a Wholesale Application Community to build an open platform that delivers applications to all mobile phone users. The 24 include AT&T, Bharti Airtel, MTN Group, NTT Docomo, Telefonica, Telenor Group and Vodafone to name a few. GSMA and device manufacturers LG Electronics, Samsung and Sony Ericsson also support the initiative. The partnership between these telcos is to help developers deliver the latest applications and services to the widest possible customer base around the world. Note: If any of our readers are at the Mobile World Congress, we'd appreciate it if you could share photos, notes and your views from the conference with us. Please mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or upload photos on our Facebook Page. Updated: Adobe Announces Adobe Air and Adobe Flash for Mobile Update: The Symbian Foundation has announced that it will be joining the Open Screen Project. The project led by Adobe is dedicated to enabling the Adobe Flash Platform across devices. With Symbian joining the initiative, users of Symbian based devices will be able to experience the large amount to Flash based content on the Internet. Adobe has announced the launch of Adobe Air and Adobe Flash 10.1 beta for mobile. Flash Player 10.1 will allow web browsing of expressive applications, content and high definition videos across tablet devices, smartphones, netbooks, smartbooks, desktops and other consumer electronics. Platforms that will support the full Flash Player include Android, Blackberry, Symbian, Palm webOS…
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