Well, damn. I guess all that open source stuff with Android paid off awfully quick, because here we have a video from the Adobe MAX conference of Flash 10 running on the T-Mobile G1, as previously announced. It demos full zooming, panning and interactivity, which unlocks a whole segment of web content typically inaccessible to mobile browsers. Big name platforms like the iPhone and BlackBerry still have yet to pull this particular rabbit out of the hat, but Windows Mobile has supported Flash Lite since OS version 5.0. No dates for a proper release were mentioned, but the fact that developers are toying around with it now leads us to believe Flash on Android will be a solid reality in the very near future.