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nasimson
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nasimson,
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6/23/2015 | 8:34:03 AM
without Safari
Firefox, Chrome and IE would cover some 80%+ market I believe.

But without Safari how will the ubiquity be achieved? Or was Apple invited but chose not to participate?
larryloeb
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6/23/2015 | 10:31:07 AM
Re: without Safari
As far as I have been able to check, Safari is not included in this effort.

I think they will leave it up to Apple to implement it if they choose to do so.
asksqn
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6/29/2015 | 6:15:33 PM
Falacious Results Based on Subjective Algorithms
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Google has shown how a change in its corporate strategy can ripple across multiple businesses. This happened earlier this year when Google decided to change search results based on how sites render on mobile devices.

 

Not sure how accurate those results are since the EU is currently litigating Google for favoring its own search engine results. When you rig results, it's hard not to come out on top.

larryloeb
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6/29/2015 | 8:13:55 PM
Re: Falacious Results Based on Subjective Algorithms
The validity of the search engine results isnt really the point here.

How fast those results --whatever they may be--show up in your browser is.


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