Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 21st Mar 2013 12:49 UTC
Google "Google's Chrome and Android operating systems will remain separate products but could have more overlap, Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt said, a week after the two came under a single boss." That's that, then.
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RE[2]: At least
by moondevil on Thu 21st Mar 2013 17:09 UTC in reply to "RE: At least"
moondevil
Member since:
2005-07-08

Meanwhile companies keep on switching back to native after discovering HTML5 is just a fad and the support is still quite far from what native offers.

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RE[3]: At least
by ronaldst on Thu 21st Mar 2013 17:45 in reply to "RE[2]: At least"
ronaldst Member since:
2005-06-29

Talking about Facebook and its IPO fiasco?

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RE[4]: At least
by moondevil on Thu 21st Mar 2013 17:56 in reply to "RE[3]: At least"
moondevil Member since:
2005-07-08

And on Xero, Wooga and a few others I know about but I am under NDA in those cases.

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RE[3]: At least
by bowkota on Thu 21st Mar 2013 20:45 in reply to "RE[2]: At least"
bowkota Member since:
2011-10-12

Meanwhile companies keep on switching back to native after discovering HTML5 is just a fad and the support is still quite far from what native offers.

The problem is that to get to a point where the HTML5 app is similar to the native one, they need to spend way more time and money.
It's not looking promising any time soon.

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RE[4]: At least
by FunkyELF on Fri 22nd Mar 2013 15:37 in reply to "RE[3]: At least"
FunkyELF Member since:
2006-07-26

"Meanwhile companies keep on switching back to native after discovering HTML5 is just a fad and the support is still quite far from what native offers.

The problem is that to get to a point where the HTML5 app is similar to the native one, they need to spend way more time and money.
It's not looking promising any time soon.
"

Wait? You're telling me it costs more money to develop an application using...
* a web server
* Server side code (PHP)
* CSS
* JavaScript
* HTML
... than it is to develop a Java application?

Say it ain't so.

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