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HTML5 rising: mobile may now drive desktop apps

November 22, 2010 No Comments

It used to be that whatever Web functionality you got over your mobile phone was a scaled-down rendering of what was available to desktops.  Now, thanks to monumental advances with smartphones, and the rise of HTML5, the equation has flipped — a lot of innovation is happening in the mobile space, and the work in this space — the “apps,” the app stores — is spilling over into the desktop computing arena. (Does anyone remember desktop computing?)

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