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    HTML5 still floundering?

    Maybe a good reason to keep Flash around on your Nexus 7 for a while...

    "But mobile phones and tablets are a different matter, Pallister said and here the level of performance and support for HTML5 features varies widely."

    HTML5 still floundering in 'chicken and egg' era, says Intel ? The Register

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    As much as I'm looking forward to HTML5, it sure seems like everybody is dragging their feet on adopting it, and dragging their feet on dropping flash support. Flash is EVERYwhere...
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    Quote Originally Posted by jntdroid View Post
    Flash is EVERYwhere...
    Everywhere except iOS devices and the Nexus 7. I don't know enough about HTML5 to say if Zuckerberg was spinning Facebook's poor development process, or it's really not possible to develop good stuff with HTML5. If the latter, this is a huge problem for Google's Chrome OS project.

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