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HTML5: Alive And Well With CIOs – and more links for you

April 8, 2013

So without further ado, here are the links:

– “Friday, April 05, 2013, 05:05 pm Samsung sought ITC ban would be limited to older iPhones and iPads, company admits In a filing with the U.S. United States International Trade Commission Samsung confirmed that its declared standard essential wireless patents only apply to older iOS devices due to hardware changes in more recent versions, meaning that a proposed ban on the products would be somewhat limited if enforced. As noted by FOSS Patents’ Florian Mueller, Samsung is seeking a U.S. sales ban on AT&T versions of the iPhone 4, IPhone 3GS and iPhone 3G, as well as the IPad and iPad 2″ – [Samsung sought ITC ban would be limited to older iPhones and iPads, company admits – appleinsider.com]

– “HTML5: Alive And Well With CIOs – Unfortunately, CIOs missed the memo, and the dirty little secret is that most of the world’s software, including apps, is written for use, not sale” – [readwrite.com]
– “Mozilla introduces JavaScript API as part of common payments interface While the API is still in an experimental stage, Mozilla plans to ship it on the first Firefox OS devices By Loek Essers | IDG News Service Mozilla plans to introduce a common API (application programming interface) to make online payments easy and secure on Firefox OS devices” – [Mozilla introduces JavaScript API as part of common payments interface – podcasts.infoworld.com]

– “The city of Chicago will reportedly pay a $55,000 settlement to a woman who claimed she was shocked with a stun gun while eight months pregnant, according to the Chicago Sun-Times” – [Chicago to pay $55,000 to woman shocked with stun gun while pregnant – usnews.nbcnews.com]

– “Friday, April 05, 2013, 07:56 am ITunes accounts with credit cards a ‘tremendous asset’ for potential Apple e-wallet With Apple rumored to launch a mobile e-wallet in the coming years, potentially as soon as this year, one analysis has noted that the iPhone maker could have a leg up on previous efforts, like Google Wallet, because of the fact that Apple already has hundreds of millions of users’ credit card numbers tied to their iTunes accounts” – [iTunes accounts with credit cards a ‘tremendous asset’ for potential Apple e-wallet – appleinsider.com]

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