by Jaime Rivera | April 4, 2013 7:00 PM
Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about how Google is ditching Webkit for their own Blink in the Chrome browser, and even Samsung is doing something similar by partnering with Mozilla. Then we talk Samsung again as their new US retail experience begins this month on Best Buy. We later talk some Nokia and the possibility of the Catwalk being launched on May 15th. Later we find some leaked images of a possible iPhone prototype with a curved display and curved back. We end today's show talking about the Facebook Home Android Launcher, and also about the new HTC First which will be the ...
by Jaime Rivera | April 4, 2013 10:19 AM
If you didn't think the browser wars had begun in mobile, think again. We were just reporting that Google is moving away from Apple's WebKit in future versions of Google Chrome, and as it turns out, they're not alone. This time though, it's Samsung, and apparently what they want to do is move away from Google. We've always said that Samsung only uses Android to power TouchWiz on Android smartphones, as it's clear that the company does away with almost every aspect of stock Android on their smartphones. Now it seems that Samsung also wants an alternative to the Google Chrome browser by ...
by Joe Levi | June 26, 2012 9:30 AM
I'm not just Joe the Android Guy, I'm also Joe the Web Guy: during the day I write web pages for a local company. I've been in web development since 1994 and have seen a lot come and go. The biggest differences I've seen have been centered around web browsers. Back in the mid- to late-90's browsers had radically different features and functionalities. Developers had to write their code for one browser or the other, or put in a lot more work to make things "pixel perfect" across the two biggies: Internet Explorer and Netscape. History Netscape lost that battle, but before they died they ...
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