"Fresh off joining the Linux Foundation and extending its
support for Flash Player and AIR runtime software to Linux, Adobe
is heading up a new collaborative project to ease development and
design of rich applications on a variety of devices from PCs and
TVs to mobile devices and other consumer electronics. The Open
Screen Project is being supported by Adobe and a cavalcade of other
big vendors in hardware, networking and devices (ARM, Intel, Cisco,
Motorola, Nokia, NTT DoCoMo, Sony Ericsson, Toshiba and Verizon
Wireless among them) as well as video giants including MTV Networks
and NBC Universal.
"That's pretty broad, significant support, and even though it's
not actually an open source project, Open Screen is intended as a
collaborative effort to offset fragmentation with a common runtime
technology that crosses OS, device, vendor and screen..."