The argument for mobile content optimization is straightforward: The use of these devices is accelerating at such a rate that they will soon be primary, not secondary, portals.
The tablet may be miscast as a counterpart to smartphones. Maybe these devices are more like PCs.
Compatibility with HTML5 is a common feature of a plethora of mobile operating systems.
The future of mobile may involve shifting device scales and generally similar solutions working with the hardware.
With the right workflow processes in place, companies can get eBook advantages out of HTML5.
Another endorsement of HTML5 comes in the form of The New York Times' new video strategy.
Analysis of the app market leads to the conclusion that the Web model is on the rise.
The tablet market's flux should not distract content producers from the main change the devices have wrought: Content is now different.
The tide is turning in HTML5's favor all at once after a long build-up.
The tablet market's run of mixed signals continues, with a fourth-quarter shipment decline and high hopes for 2015.