By Chuong Nguyen | April 23, 2010 12:49 AM
Apple’s original iPhone has been hacked to run Google’s Android OS via a loader called dualiBoot. From the YouTube video demonstrating Android on an iPhone, this looks like it’s the real deal, though not all functions work on the Android side. WiFi is running as is the touchscreen while on Android. Perhaps, maybe, if this gets to a finished version for public consumption, and the hacker can bring Android to at least OS 2.1 or later, then maybe we can get an Adobe Flash plugin and then really run Adobe Flash on an iPhone after all.