Vid-Biz: Apple and Adobe, Electus, Disney

iPad Puts Focus on Apple’s Flash Feud; Apple and Adobe, which used to be cozy partners, have become increasingly estranged since the computer maker unveiled its iPad tablet late last month. (Wall Street Journal)

Electus Hires Starcom Entertainment Vet Caraccioli-Davis; entertainment marketing specialist Laura Caraccioli-Davis is leaving her job at Publicis Groupe’s Starcom USA to join Electus, the entertainment joint venture of Barry Diller’s IAC and former NBC Entertainment executive Ben Silverman. (AdAge)

Disney to Break Windows; Disney has boldly told U.S. exhibs it wants to break the theatrical-to-DVD window on at least two titles a year, shortening the gap to just over 12 weeks vs. the usual 16. (Variety)

Hulu Could Still Launch on the iPad; one industry insider says Hulu is working on an iPad-friendly version of its site that should be ready by the time the iPad hits the market. (TechCrunch)

Current TV Taps SnapStream; Current TV will use SnapStream’s TV search server for its half-hour satirical news show, InfoMania, enabling it to search online and grab TV clips for use in the program. (Multichannel News)

AT&T Brings Fans Interactive Coverage With Olympic Games Multiview App; AT&T launched the U-verse NBC Olympics Application, a new TV app that lets subscribers watch up to four different channels featuring Olympic content on a screen at any one time. (press release)

New on Clicker: “Search Within” Everywhere!; the startup has expanded its “Search Within” capability to let users search for more types of information in more places, from categories like Comedy to media pages like TV or Movies. (Clicker blog)

Reelzchannel Steps Up VOD Content Frequency; Reelzchannel said it will increase the frequency of its video-on-demand and pay-per-view movie promotional content to a biweekly basis to keep it as current and relevant as possible. (Multichannel News)

TV Genius Joins NDS Recommendations Engine Partner Program; Through the deal, NDS will offer the services of video recommendations service TV Genius to its customers. (press release)