[Mobile World Congress] In its effort to push Flash as the first mobile software solution for content delivery, Adobe partnered with Nokia to offer $10 Million initial seed money for mobile Flash developers as part of the Open Screen Project Fund. The Open Screen Project was launched in May 2008 as an industry-wide initiative to enable a seamless experience for web browsing and standalone applications across broad spectrum of devices and PCs, the second goal of this project comprising over 20 leading consumer tech companies is to support the designers and developers community that develops content applications across all screens.
Other Open Screen Project partners are expected to join the fund later. Developers are invited to submit concepts for applications that are based on the Adobe Flash Platform, will run on Nokia devices and will work on multiple screens, including mobile, desktop and consumer electronics devices. For more information and details on how to apply, visit www.openscreenproject.org.
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