Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 9th Jun 2010 18:07 UTC
Google This was inevitable. AdMob founder and CEO Omar Hamoui has responded to Apple blocking AdMob from the iOS ecosystem. Unsurprisingly, Hamoui isn't particularly amused, claiming that not only is it bad for competition, it will also hurt developers and users alike.
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RE[6]: Let ads die. Period.
by Neolander on Fri 11th Jun 2010 12:14 UTC in reply to "RE[5]: Let ads die. Period."
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AFAIK Chrome doesn't identify itself as Safari. It just identifies that it's webkit.

The first link when searching "chrome user agent" on google does not agree with you :

And as for webkit's tags, they're all open source and submitted to w3c - which, at the end of the day is preferable to waiting for the epically slow w3c to draft their own specs and massively more preferable to using Flash in the mean time.

So in the end you're just re-creating the Flash issue.

Because you can freely read about the Flash spec, the issue is that Adobe change it whenever they want, while screwing up everyone who does not use their implementation. There's the same issue for webkit tags : the spec is freely readable, but people from the webkit project may change it whenever they want...

Edited 2010-06-11 12:32 UTC

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