Radio Shack’s decision to de-list the Pre and Pixi has just started to make a lot of sense – at least, if you read the email Adobe sent to PhoneScoop carefully:

Narayan said, “Smartphone companies like Google and RIM and Palm are going to be releasing versions of Flash on smartphones and tablets in the second half of the year.” That statement does not mean that Flash has been delayed. It simply means that even if Adobe delivers Flash 10.1 on June 30

We’ve heard about a C40 for quite some time – I wouldn’t be too surprised if the device starts to leak out in the next few days…

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  4. Adobe AIR / Flash decompiler can now target embedded SWF files
  5. Flash hits webOS in 2010

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