Steve Jobs held a town hall meeting with Apple employees late last week following the iPad launch. Wired reports on what was said at the meeting by Steve Jobs. Two of the biggest topics included Google and Adobe. On Google, Jobs confirms the much-reported competition between the two companies. On Google: We did not enter the search business, Jobs said. They entered the phone business. Make no mistake they want to kill the iPhone. We won't let them, he says. As for Adobe, Jobs said they are lazy and Jobs blames Adobe for a buggy implementation of Flash on the Mac as one of the reasons they won't support it. Apple does not support Flash because it is so buggy, he says. Whenever a Mac crashes more often than not it's because of Flash. No one will be using Flash, he says. The world is moving to HTML5. Those are the main points covered by Wired's article. We had received a more detailed report of the Apple meeting, but hadn't been able to corroborate it until now. Many of the details of the Wired report were identical to our anonymous submission, so we believe it to be accurate. Some additional key points that we learned: - Apple will deliver aggressive updates to iPhone that Android/Google won't be able to keep up with - iPad is up there with the iPhone and Mac as the most important products Jobs has been a part of - Regarding the Lala acquisition, Apple was interested in bringing those people into the iTunes team - Next iPhone coming is an A+ update - New Macs for 2010 are going to take Apple to the next level - Blu-Ray software is a mess, and Apple will wait until sales really start to take off before implementing it.