EU Invests €10 Million in Universal App Platform

September 24th, 2010 by Arjan Olsder Posted in Platforms: Webinos | 4 Comments »

The European Union has announced to be investing € 10 million in a new universal app platform. The platform should solve all fragmentation issues mobile developers are struggling with. Project Utopia?

The app platform will be called Webinos and is supported by companies like W3C, Samsung and SonyEricsson. Next to mobile phones, the platform should also be supported in cars, TV’s, desktops and other entertainment machines. The platform will be consisting of a big number of API’s that need to be supported by the browser of a device.

    4 Responses to “EU Invests €10 Million in Universal App Platform”

    1. GameDev says:

      Planned release date 1st of April 2011 🙂

    2. Dave says:

      I will dine upon my proverbial hat if ever anything comes about that will “solve ALL fragmentation issues” on mobile platforms.

    3. didyeah says:

      Sounds like the EU is pro app-communism :-s

    4. Attique says:

      communication industry is growing like anything, and investment in this industry is nothing but just to get profit out of it. and hopefully they want to boost the industry and get the benefit



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