Sony Ericsson brings Java, Flash together

Sony Ericsson is set to debut its Project Capuchin, which will allow developers to create applications for mobile phones that make use of both Java ME and Adobe's Flash Lite. Sony Ericsson will unveil a set of APIs and an SDK in the second half of this year for developers. The new platform would allow developers to use Flash Lite for menus while making use of Java's slick 3D graphics, for example.

For more on Sony Ericsson's Capuchin:
- read this article from CNET

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