Why kill support for a plug-in that doesn't even run on Microsoft's smartphone? Because of that old story: developers, developers, developers.

The announcement by Adobe last week of the death of Flash on mobile devices will have a significant impact on an unlikely player, Windows Phone. Like a butterfly that flaps its wings and causes a hurricane on the other side of the globe, this move will drive developers away from the Windows Phone platform at a time when adoption is most critical.


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