HTML5 ! - Is your mobile ready?4 Jun 2012
By 2016, 2.6 billion mobile devices are expected to have HTML5.
And, content is also adjusting.
For example, major sites and services such as Facebook, The New York Times and The Boston Globe have all created HTML5 experiences.
The work is underway and the momentum has started.
“We’re individuals and individuals in the end want choice,” Mr. Kovacs, CEO of Mozilla, said. “Imagine the explosion of innovation.
“I can’t stand here today and tell you that I can predict the future, but I do know that the future is always sooner and scarier than what we expect,” he said.
“The Web gives us a common language and once we get this done as an industry, we will usher in an explosion of innovation.”<< back to News
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