Here’s the full article. The cool part here is that the “Flash” they are referring to is not Flash Lite, but Flash player 10. So that means anything you have previously created in Flash, either with Actionscript 2 or 3 (or 1 for that matter) should play on the mobile device. Obviously how well is a different matter. If your Flash code needs a Spacebar key to shoot in a game (like this one), well your phone probably doesn’t have one. For that matter, most phones don’t have a mouse. But I’m sure the mobile devices that include Flash Player 10 will be ones that have some kind of navigation beyond the norm for phones. Anyway, great news though for Flash developers!