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AustinIT
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4/5/2013 | 12:39:29 PM
re: Google Moves Beyond WebKit With Blink
Open... as in Open for business.

The primary reason Google wants a faster browser is so they can move on to pushing video adds instead of all those 2D JPEG rotators that exist now. I'm only half kidding...
stefnagel
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4/4/2013 | 6:03:47 PM
re: Google Moves Beyond WebKit With Blink
Fair enough: Amazon and Facebook and Samsung will all stick forks in Android; Google does it to Webkit. But Google is an honorable co and so it will be open ... no matter what.


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