Adobe To Give Android Phones To Their Developers?


In a move that lines up nicely with Google’s and Adobe’s newfound love for each other, Adobe might be giving handsets to some if its employees. Specifically, the Nexus One (as we would probably expect) as well as another un-specified HTC phone were the top candidates for the awesome gift. Reported by CNet, it’s not clear if Adobe will be gifting the phones (which is optional) to their entire staff or just the development team responsible for Flash and AIR on Android (and several lucky high-level executives, of course).


We’re also not sure if they’ve partnered up with Google for this or if they’ll be coming out of pocket, but that doesn’t matter: Adobe is getting very serious about Android and their internal mindset resonates through their public actions toward the OS as each day goes by leading up to its Google I/O unveiling.

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. “it’s not clear if Adobe will be gifting the phones” ?

    come on…

  2. Gifting, as in giving someone a gift. It wasn’t a mistake.

  3. @gad; errmm… yeah.. have you never heard of the word gifting?? wtf come on…lol

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