Whether you're eager to get to sites and apps you can't access without Flash, or just keen on seeing how it runs, Adobe is offering Android users a chance to sign up to beta test Flash 10.1 and/or the Adobe AIR app platform on their Android phones. You'll need to create an Adobe account if you don't already have one, but Adobe should then notify you when a beta test download is available. A sign-up worked early this morning, but spaces may eventually run out. [PC World]
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