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Adobe giving away Android phones to employees

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 02 May 2010 15:31 User comments (7)

Adobe giving away Android phones to employees In just the next step in the ongoing battle between Adobe and Apple, the former company has decided to give away free smartphones running the Android operating system to its employees.
Although the company hasn't decided on which phone to give away, it is expected it will begin distributing the high-end HTC Incredible.

Adobe additionally announced that it will demo a version of Flash for Android in May, at the Google I/O conference.

The point of the free phones, (which are not mandatory) is a way to give employees more time to practice using Android, as well as Flash Player 10.1.

Google also said that all attendees of the I/O conference will be given either a Motorola Droid or a Nexus One.

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7 user comments

12.5.2010 16:29

How do I get in at that I/O conference:)?

22.5.2010 17:12

Originally posted by cyprusrom:
How do I get in at that I/O conference:)?
i second that question :)

32.5.2010 21:49
llongtheD
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I third it!

43.5.2010 4:56

Too late :(

http://code.google.com/events/io/2010/register.html


It is sold out already:

Google I/O
May 19-20, 2010
Moscone West, San Francisco, CA

53.5.2010 8:29

Originally posted by mcberry:
Too late :(

http://code.google.com/events/io/2010/register.html


It is sold out already:

Google I/O
May 19-20, 2010
Moscone West, San Francisco, CA
Exactly, "Sold Out", so how do I get in:)?

64.5.2010 0:19

The third airduct from the left of the entrance has loose screws.

76.5.2010 1:37

Adobe treats their employees well. Each employee becomes a member of quality control team. Each employee becomes a salesperson for the product. This is an excellant way to get Adobe employees envolved with the success of the company.

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