HTML5 and the Mobile Browser Wars
There's a mobile browser war going on, and HTML5, despite being years away from full implementation, is playing an increasingly large role in mobile browsing and its future. But how? What role does it play? Which browser supports HTML5 the best? What capabilities can we expect from HTML5 browsing down the road? What will the mobile browser of the future look like and how will HTML5 help create a better browsing experience? And where do HTML5 apps come in?
This panel, moderated by CNET's Seth Rosenblatt (who has also confirmed he can make this panel), will feature executives from top mobile browsers including Opera, Skyfire and Dolphin Browser, as well as Douglas Schepers from the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). We’ll have own own little “browser war” on-stage, as the panelists will debate for their lives (ok, maybe just their pride) to prove why their browser will best the rest.
- How does each browser differentiate itself from the others in a crowded market?
- Which browser/s support HTML5 the best?
- Why should we care about HTML5 mobile browsing?
- How does HTML5 factor into browser development?
- What will the mobile browser market look like in 5 years?
- Doug Schepers, Browser Standards Specialist, W3C
- Edith Yeung, Head of Marketing, Dolphin Browser
- Mike Taylor, Web Opener, Opera Software
- Nitin Bhandari, co-founder and Chief Product Officer, Skyfire
Darren Weiss, Account Executive, LaunchSquad
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