At Adobe MAX, Adobeâ€™s worldwide developer conference, they announced AdobeÂ® AIRÂ® 2.5 software for televisions, tablets, smartphones and desktop operating systems. There is no word on Adobe Air availability on Windows Phone 7 platform. But Adobe have confirmed that Flash is coming to future versions of Windows Phone. Here is the exact words from their press release.
With Flash Player 10.1 available on Android and Google TV today, BlackBerry platform, webOS, future versions of WindowsÂ® Phone, LiMo, MeeGo,and Symbian OS are also expected to support Flash Player 10.1.
I think its now time for Microsoft to announce the availability of Silverlight for Windows Phone web browser at PDCâ€™10 conference to be held at Oct-28,29. What do you think?