Adobe and Nokia have announced the Open Screen Project Fund, a $10 million fund “designed to help developers create applications and services for mobile, desktop and consumer electronics devices” using Adobe Flash. Obviously, given the target devices (and, well, the name of the fund), the intent will be to target devices created by partners in the Open Screen Project. More details on the Open Screen Project Fund site.
Right now it looks like a condition of funding is that the application/service specifically target Nokia devices (makes sense, since they’re chipping in), but hopefully down the road we’ll see more OSP partners line up alongside Adobe and Nokia!
(Update: Also of note is that Palm has joined the Open Screen Project.)