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Apple vs The Web
Posted by flexengineer on 2011-05-02 14:01:12
In reply to Laura DiDio
I think it is also important to raise awareness regarding Apple's scams and abuses related to mobile application and digital entertainment markets, their strategy to destroy the web by pushing HTML5 (which they do not truly support and implement themselves) in order to kick users out of the web into Apple's walled garden taxed at 30% is outrageous! Apple's ban of Flash is not acceptable, turning consumers and developers into collateral damages in a corporate war is not acceptable.

I invite you to read my email sent to Steve Jobs this week in response to his "Thought on Flash" posted on Apple's website last year:

http://tinyurl.com/65w3bop




 * Topic  Author  Date
Re: 2011: The Year to Date, Part 1  Laura DiDio  2011-05-02 13:56:10
The true start of the Post-PC era  chano1  2011-05-09 09:24:40
Apple vs The Web  flexengineer  2011-05-02 14:01:12
Delayed reaction  chano1  2011-05-09 09:30:24
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