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Steve Jobs may finally get his wish: 2014 could be the year HTML5 starts to kill Flash

22
Apr
2014

Late Apple cofounder Steve Jobs famously went on a tirade against Flash back in 2010 when he said that the video technology was on borrowed time and would soon be replaced by HTML5. While Flash is very much still with us four years later, Rapt Media CEO Erika Trautman thinks that HTML5′s time has finally arrived. Writing over at The Next Web, Trautman says that the mobile revolution led by iOS and Android is making Flash increasingly irrelevant to many users who surf the web through their smartphones and tablets. “Since HTML5’s introduction, mobile has been touted as one of the publishing language’s largest advantages,” she writes. “And since iOS and many Android devices don’t support Flash, Flash is bound to PCs

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