Facebook focuses on HTML5 mobile standards and paymentsCreated on 2012/3/5 | Update 2012/3/5 | 468 reads
Brett Taylor, CTO of Facebook, today announced the company is participating in “a number of industry wide initiatives” intended to support the development of the mobile web, focusing on technology standards and payment enabling.
“Despite the incredible amount of work we have to do to make the mobile web great, I am extremely optimistic. In all of my years in the industry, I haven’t seen such a coordinated effort across so many segments of our industry. These are hard problems, but they are solvable problems, and we are going to solve them together,” the executive told Congress yesterday.
LIVE FROM GSMA MOBILE WORLD CONGRESS 2012
Published on 2012/12/31 (3231 readers)
JETRO, or the Japan External Trade Organization, is an independent agency of the Japanese Government created to promote mutual trade and investment between Japan and the rest of the world.
Published on 2012/11/11 (1034 readers)
GSMA mAgri team project on Mobile Market Information Systems (MIS) for farmers in emerging markets.
Published on 2012/11/11 (1444 readers)
The GSMA mAgri Programme works to catalyse the deployment of mobile solutions that benefit the agricultural sector in emerging markets.
Published on 2012/11/1 (1227 readers)
The GSMA announced details of the 2013 GSMA Mobile World Congress, which will be held 25-28 February 2013 at Fira Gran Via in Barcelona.