MG Siegler from Tech Crunch writes "Today at Web 2.0 Expo in San Francisco, Adobe CTO Kevin Lynch took the stage to talk with O’Reilly’s Brady Forrest. This was maybe the most heavily anticipated talk at the event due to the quickly evolving feud between Adobe and Apple. And Lynch didn’t dance around the topic — in fact, he brought it up (indirectly) before Forrest even asked. We have a full recap of the conversation here, but I wanted to focus on one thing in particular that Lynch said."
“Why can’t you do that with any phone? If you look at what’s going on now, it’s like railroads in the 1800′s,” Lynch said. “People were using different gauged rails. Your cars would literally not run on those rails,” he continued.