Verizon begins to show advantage of Flash integration

Verizon and Adobe announced at the Max Conference last month that Verizon would begin putting Flash Lite on compatible phones. At the conference, it was spun as an advantage to flash game developers that would like a huge new audience to deploy their work to. Today’s BBC previews something much bigger however. Verizon has announced a deal that will allow VCast subscribers to watch YouTube videos on their phones. Potentially, these new phones will be able to start viewing content on any number of flash-powered video sites such as Google Video and Brightcove.

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