Still no news on iPhone rollout though.
Adobe has kicked off the next stage of its drive into mobile, with the launch of Flash 10.1 - the first full version of the platform that works on mobile handsets as well as the web - as opposed to the mobile-specific Flash Lite.
The new version of Flash will be available by the end of this year, albeit in a public beta for mobile developers working on Windows Mobile and Palm webOS apps and content.
Android and Symbian will follow early next year, with BlackBerry also on Adobe's agenda. There's still no news on when (or indeed if) Flash will make it to iPhone, but that seems in Apple's hands rather than Adobe's.
Flash 10.1 will be available to general mobile users in the first half of next year - we're assuming preload deals with handset makers will be a key part of Adobe's strategy, as it was in the past with Flash Lite.
The new version certainly sounds like it has potential. According to VentureBeat, Adobe says the new version's software rendering performance on mobile is up by 87%, its memory consumption is down 55%, and it's also battery-friendly.