Category Archives: HTML5 et al

Mark Zuckerberg’s personality is hyped (again) with a quite worthwhile initiative (otherwise) but with substantial global financial interests behind it as well

The internet.org initiative for the next 5 billion people is even a bigger announcement than the Steve Ballmer’s retirement from Microsoft announcement given The Upcoming Mobile Internet Superpower [Aug 13, 2013, with extensive follow-up & ‘The global forces behind …’ … Continue reading

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China is the epicenter of the mobile Internet world, so of the next-gen HTML5 web

My preceding posts on this site are already leading to such a massive conclusion. Read: The low priced, Android based smartphones of China will change the global market [‘Experiencing the Cloud’, Sept 10, 2012] $48 Mogu M0 “peoplephone”, i.e. an … Continue reading

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Intel CEO (Krzanich) and president (James) combo to assure manufacturing and next-gen cross-platform lead

Update: excerpts from Intel’s CEO Presents at Annual Shareholder Meeting Conference (Transcript) [Seeking Alpha, May 17, 2013] Andy D. Bryant – Chairman of the Board: In his most recent role as Chief Operating Officer, Brian [Krzanich] led an organization of … Continue reading

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Nokia HERE Maps for everything, for FireFox OS in a strategic partnership with Mozilla

A highly recommended prerequisite reading: The Where Platform from Nokia: a company move to taking data as a raw material to build products [April 7, 2012] So, while Microsoft was struggling today with Steven Sinofsky, ex Microsoft: The victim of … Continue reading

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Lowest H2’12 device cost SoCs from Spreadtrum will redefine the entry level smartphone and feature phone markets

And this is not a speculation but already a reality as the new Lenovo A288t came to market this month for ¥ 569 in retail [US$ 89] and as low as ¥ 479 in wholesale [US$ 75]. Such a breakthrough … Continue reading

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Nokia’s strategy for “the next billion” based on software and web optimization with super low-cost 2.5/2.75G SoCs

Preliminary reading: Smarterphone end-to-end software solution for “the next billion” Nokia users [Jan 9-11, 2012] With today’s news that Nokia reportedly to release 2.5G, 2.75G chip orders to Taiwan firms [Feb 14, 2012] (see below among the SoC-related set of … Continue reading

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1st W3C conference for Web developers and designers

14 Sep: W3C is holding its 1st web developer conference in Seattle! Nov 15-16 19 Sep: We may talk a bit about semantic web and metadata, such as RDFa, microdata, and microformats, but the focus is on client-side tech @zaythar … Continue reading

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