Microsoft Windows Phone 7, no Flash, no Silverlight

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Microsoft is not apposed to Flash and of course they would like to support their Flash killer, Silverlight, but both of these technologies come at a price and that price is the lack of support for the extensibility model inside the current browser model. Microsoft assures us that the future will hold a reasonable trade-off.

Stability, security, and battery life, all good reasons not to support Flash and Silverlight

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