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Flash Attention anybody who cares about Flash (we know you're out there): Adobe today released their first public beta version of Flash 10.1. The released version currently is only available for Windows, Macs (Intel only), and Linux users - though Adobe has promised that versions of 10.1 for smartphones will be coming later. The only smartphone platform with a defined “later” is webOS. To be specific:

“A prerelease version of Flash Player 10.1 is now available for Windows, Macintosh and Linux operating systems. A beta is expected to be available for Palm webOS later this year.”

When exactly later this year will be is uncertain, but there are only a few dozen days left before the calendar flips to 2010. In the meantime, you can sign up for a notification for when the Flash 10.1 for webOS beta arrives. Or you can just check back here, as you can be sure that we’ll be all over it, with the final version expect to come early next year. And while the risk-takers amongst you are waiting for their desktop-version of the Flash beta to download, you can check out the Flash 10.1 on a Palm Pre demo video that Adobe posted last month.

[via: Engadget]

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