The BBC reports that
Adobe has announced a plan to try to get its Flash player installed on more mobile devices and set-top boxes.
Dubbed Open Screen the initiative lifts restrictions on how its multimedia handling software can be used.
Adobe will stop charging licencing fees for mobile versions of Flash and plans to publish information about the inner workings of the code.
In taking this step Adobe hopes to repeat on mobiles the success its Flash technology has enjoyed on the web.
This is excellent news for mobile learning as so much e-learning content out there is in a flash format including a lot of video and audio.