AT&T and Adobe are working separately on ways to allow users of even the least expensive handsets to download applications the way Apple pioneered with its App Store. Adobe says it hopes to adapt its Air software to create an open-source platform, and Ralph de la Vega, AT&T's consumer division chief, said: "We are actively looking for how to have an operating system that handles the low-end phones so that developers will have a way to develop low-end applications that don't need Android, Microsoft Windows or Mac OS X."

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