Looking for the best internet phone? You'll probably want the HTC Magic when it launches next month.
Software services provider BSQUARE has just announced it will port Adobe Flash to Google's Android operating system, making Android handsets like the Magic and T-Mobile G1 even better for browsing, as the phones will be able to handle all types of websites and provide a more desktop-like experience than ever.
According to Engadget Mobile, BSQUARE is porting Flash on behalf of a ‘global Tier 1 carrier'. Not many other details are available, but BSQUARE is an old hand at Android and bought out NEC's Adobe Flash consulting business in 2008, so it looks like Android will be getting that last little notch on its internet experience belt.
In the meantime, check out the five best browsing phones on the market today.