The browser wars have a new winner after major updates to platforms
0. phoneArena posted on 21 Jun 2011, 09:35
Just a couple of months ago, Microsoft bragged with the performance of its IE9 browser after it blew competition out of the water in a browser benchmark designed by Redmond itself...
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32. som posted on 21 Jun 2011, 17:07 0 1
Android owners must like desserts or Microsoft Mango to lose some weight in apps market.
41. 530gemini posted on 21 Jun 2011, 19:10 0 4
It's really funny that android fanboys easily blame flash every time an Apple device outperforms other OSes, yet they would rather keep flash than adopt the web standard html5. It's like admitting that flash is no good, but they'll keep it anyway. Why? Because it's the only thing that iOS devices won't allow on their devices, not because Apple can't, but because Apple knows it will degrade a device's performance. But because of android fanboys' pride, they'd rather deal with flash's inconsistencies than admit that Apple is right :)
45. Eingild posted on 21 Jun 2011, 20:11 2 0
The reason why Apple can't allow flash on their devices is that they have a dispute with Adobe earlier this year or I think last year. You're the fanboy here.
48. taco50 (banned) posted on 21 Jun 2011, 21:15 1 0
Adobe has wanted to put flash on the iPhone all along. The only dispute was Apple wasn't interested.
42. protozeloz posted on 21 Jun 2011, 20:00 0 0
don't now why people argue when its the beta of an OS, of course its going to see some improvements from fewer versions, its why updates are good to you, because they make things better for everyone, now about android, we may see a better performance when the browser adds hardware acceleration (on Ice cream sandwich), also really makes me laugh how much the resolution comes to matter to ones for on thing and not to another thing and nope MS hasn't got beaten at its own game yet it seems
69. hooher tod (unregistered) posted on 14 Sep 2011, 03:57 0 0
Yes there should realize the reader to RSS my feed to RSS commentary, quite simply