Corporations have found a way to roll back the web's decades-long openness. One of of the most successful? Apple, whose quarterly earnings report lands later today.
The mobile web shift is happening rapidly for all kinds of consumer apps, but business apps have been left a bit out in the cold. Gizmox hopes to fix that.
Only a few weeks after hitting 50 million users, the popular mobile messaging service Kik has received a new chunk of funding to fuel its impressive growth.
Editor's Pick "There are a few things that are critically missing. One is tooling support. The second is operability. Because those two things don't exist, people are falling back to native. It's not that HTML5 isn't ready; it's that the ecosystem doesn't support it."
With Microsoft planning to end support for its Silverlight video plugin by 2021, Netflix has begun to shift towards using HTML5 for video playback.
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For nearly two decades, developers and CIOs have taken for granted the “simplicity” that a Windows-dominated world provided to software development. With one operating system capable of reaching the vast majority of users, there was no debate about which platform …
Only 20 percent of American consumers' time on mobile devices is spent on the web. A massive majority, 80 percent, is spent in apps: games, news, productivity, utility, and social networking apps.
How do you stand out from the plethora messaging apps out there? For Chorus.im, it's by aiming for something more than just a messaging app.
Ludei has more than games on its 2D HTML5 platform, and now it is moving to 3D.
Tim Berners-Lee, who invented the World Wide Web, spent an hour enthusiastically exhorting a crowd at SXSW to use HTML5 and build applications on the Open Web Platform. He also offered a host of pithy comments on the Web's history and future.
Famo.us is attempting to change the game with a few different technology tools that could redefine how we see the mobile web.
Only 15 percent of developers would go native-only when building an app for multiple platforms.
70 percent of North American developers are already using HTML5, as are roughly 60 percent of South American, European, and Chinese developers.
The Mozilla Foundation announced a greatly expanded lineup of hardware and carrier partners for its upcoming HTML-based Firefox OS yesterday at Mobile World Congress.
Intel has reportedly acquired appMobi, scooping up the talent and the tech, to build out its own mobile development tools.
Guest Post Ludei president Joe Monastiero writes about the virtues of HTML5 for games.
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